Nuclear and Animals

Climate Change will Unearth Buried Nuclear Waste: US Federal Accountability Office

Climate Change will Unearth Buried Nuclear Waste: US Federal Accountability Office

Climate change could unearth buried US nuclear waste Anita Hofschneider | Mother Jones   This story was originally published by Grist and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. Ariana Tibon was in college at the University of Hawaiʻi in 2017 when she saw the photo online: a black-and-white picture of a manRead More

The German government paid over $500,000 to hunters in 2009 for wild boar that had to be destroyed after traces of radioactivity were found.

Germany’s Radioactive Wild Boars

Will Sullivan | Smithsonian Magazine Fallout from nuclear tests conducted in the mid-20th century may contribute to the high levels of radiation seen in the animals today, a new study finds. From weapons tests to destructive accidents at power plants, human nuclear activity has contaminated the Earth with radioactive material.Read More

“My Fish is Your Fish”: A Must-Watch Short Film on Nuclear Contamination in Marshall Islands

“My Fish is Your Fish”: A Must-Watch Short Film on Nuclear Contamination in Marshall Islands

Nuclear and Animals, Nuclear Tests, Videos September 7, 2019 at 10:08 pm 0 comments

The film – My Fish is Your Fish – tells the story of nuclear weapons testing on the people and places of the Marshall Islands with interviews of survivors. It showcases the work of MISA in educating young people in particular about the nuclear legacy in their country and across the Pacific region, particularly through the interconnectedness of the oceans. It is moving and inspiring, and I hope you can share it with your supporters and promote the work of MISA.

Nallamala Uranium Mine Will Destroy India’s Second Largest Tiger Reserve

Nallamala Uranium Mine Will Destroy India’s Second Largest Tiger Reserve

Nuclear and Animals, Uranium Mining August 4, 2019 at 11:01 pm 0 comments

Speaking to the locals Mr. Agasthya also discussed about the consequences of how the mining affects the environment in that region and the lives of the locals habituated there from generations if the governments greedy quest for the Uranium deposits continues.