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IAEA’s First Nuclear Energy Summit in Brussels: More than 600 organisations protest globally, call it “fairy tale”

IAEA’s First Nuclear Energy Summit in Brussels: More than 600 organisations protest globally, call it “fairy tale”

Climate Change and Nuclear Power March 23, 2024 at 10:20 pm 0 comments

According to activist group Don’t Nuke the Climate, tripling nuclear capacity by 2050 would require countries to connect between 24 and 28 new reactors to the grid each year for the next 26 years, a completely unrealistic goal. These are large reactors; even more would be needed if the reactors are smaller.

The Discharge of Fukushima’s Radioactive Water could be a Precedent for Similar Actions

The Discharge of Fukushima’s Radioactive Water could be a Precedent for Similar Actions

Pinar Demircan The author, Pınar Demircan (Ph.D. in sociology) is an independent researcher, Nukleersiz.org Coordinator and nuclear editor at Yesil Gazete. Her earlier articles on our website can be accessed here. The Discharge of Fukushima’s Radioactive Water could be a Precedent for Similar Actions [1] Underlying the disregard for objectionsRead More

IAEA Report: Nuclear Safety, Security and Safeguards in Ukraine

IAEA Report: Nuclear Safety, Security and Safeguards in Ukraine

Chernobyl, Documents, Latest, Zaporizhzhya September 9, 2022 at 6:48 pm 0 comments

IAEA REPORT: NUCLEAR SAFETY, SECURITY AND SAFEGUARDS IN UKRAINE ukraine-2ndsummaryreport_sept2022

IAEA’s specious argument and advocacy for nuclear energy as a ‘solution’ to climate change needs pause

IAEA’s specious argument and advocacy for nuclear energy as a ‘solution’ to climate change needs pause

Editor’s Note: We are publishing below the text of a letter written by (Mr) Shankar Sharma, a power and climate policy analyst based in Karnataka, India, addressed to the IAEA Chief. Sharma raises crucial questions around IAEA’s ongoing attempts to push for a wider acceptance of nuclear power technology evenRead More