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Sinop Nuclear Plant: Turkey seeks an EIA without a company for a reference reactor

Sinop Nuclear Plant: Turkey seeks an EIA without a company for a reference reactor

Latest July 4, 2020 at 6:11 pm 0 comments

The final EIA process has been initiated for Turkey’s proposed second nuclear power plant project. However, the EIA which was started to evaluate the impact of the nuclear power plant to its surroundings neither has a valid agreement nor a company to be commissioned for the construction of reactors!

Full-text: written submission at the public hearing over EIA of the proposed expansion of Kaiga Nuclear Plant

Full-text: written submission at the public hearing over EIA of the proposed expansion of Kaiga Nuclear Plant

Mr. Shankar Sharma’s critique of the official EIA Report which he presented at the public hearing in Karnataka on December 15, 2018.

Expansion of Kaiga Nuclear Plant in India: An Open Letter to the Atomic Energy Commission

Expansion of Kaiga Nuclear Plant in India: An Open Letter to the Atomic Energy Commission

Featured, Kaiga December 24, 2018 at 4:21 am 0 comments

Shankar Sharma | Considering all these issues in the overall welfare perspective of the true welfare of the people of Uttara Kannada district, the state of Karnataka and the country, and in the context that nuclear power is the costliest, riskiest and least favored electricity option around the world, and that there are much benign and much less costly options to meet the legitimate demand for electricity in our country, the AEC/DAE should ask NPCIL to withdraw its application for Environmental Clearance to this project proposal.

Expansion of Kaiga Nuclear Plant in Karnataka: Biodiversity of Western Ghats Under Threat

Expansion of Kaiga Nuclear Plant in Karnataka: Biodiversity of Western Ghats Under Threat

Kaiga December 14, 2018 at 12:36 am 0 comments

The biodiversity of the Western Ghats, already under a lot of anthropogenic pressure, will suffer even more if the expansion of the Kaiga Nuclear Power Plant (NPP), which is to come up for public hearing on December 14, goes ahead.