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Mounting apprehensions regarding techno-economic feasibility of EPRs: Shankar Sharma’s Letter to the DAE

Mounting apprehensions regarding techno-economic feasibility of EPRs: Shankar Sharma’s Letter to the DAE

16 July 2020 To The Secretary Department of Atomic Energy, New Delhi Dr. Jitendra Singh MOS, PMO, New Delhi Honorable Prime Minister Govt. of India, New Delhi Dear Sirs, Greetings from Sagar, Western Ghats, Karnataka. May I draw your kind attention to the latest French Auditor’s report, as in the newsRead More

Anti–nuclear resistance in Russia: problems, protests, reprisals [Full Report]

Anti–nuclear resistance in Russia: problems, protests, reprisals [Full Report]

Antinuclear Movement June 4, 2020 at 8:35 pm 0 comments

Report “Anti–nuclear resistance in Russia: problems, protests, reprisals”
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Zwentendorf: Inside The Austrian Nuclear Reactor That Was Never Switched On, Thanks To Public Opposition

Zwentendorf: Inside The Austrian Nuclear Reactor That Was Never Switched On, Thanks To Public Opposition

Antinuclear Movement, Europe, Videos April 12, 2020 at 9:08 am 0 comments

Zwentendorf Nuclear Power Plant, in Austria, was ready to go: it just needed starting up. But that never happened, and forty years later, it still sits mothballed. Here’s why:

“We Don’t Need Another Chernobyl”: Protest Intensifies Against Belarus’ New Nuclear Power Plant

“We Don’t Need Another Chernobyl”: Protest Intensifies Against Belarus’ New Nuclear Power Plant

For almost 10 years, Belarus has been building its first nuclear power plant. The launch of the first reactor has been repeatedly postponed, last time to the beginning of 2020. But there are those in the country and beyond who are opposing the construction and after the Chernobyl disaster no longer believe in “the peaceful atom”.