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In Tahiti, traditional priest Raymond Graffe inaugurates a memorial to nuclear survivors in French Polynesia and across the Pacific. Nic Maclellan

“We would like France to apologise”: Nuclear test survivors in French Polynesia

Nuclear and Racism, Nuclear Tests July 28, 2020 at 3:16 am 0 comments

As the seventy-fifth anniversary of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings approaches, the legacy of cold war–era French nuclear testing is still in dispute

Low-Dose Ionizing Radiation Causes Cancer: Review of 26 Studies Shows

Low-Dose Ionizing Radiation Causes Cancer: Review of 26 Studies Shows

Radiation and Health July 27, 2020 at 10:29 pm 0 comments

An international team of experts in the study of cancer risks associated with low-dose ionizing radiation published the monograph, “Epidemiological studies of low-dose ionizing radiation and cancer: Summary bias assessment and meta-analysis,” in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute on July 13, 2020.  

Radioactivity Under the Sand – French Nuclear Tests in Algeria

Radioactivity Under the Sand – French Nuclear Tests in Algeria

Nuclear Tests July 9, 2020 at 1:20 am 0 comments

This case study on the waste from French nuclear tests in Algeria in the 1960s, provide ample technical and political reasons why we cannot and should not close the chapter of nuclear testing and why the TPNW is an answer.

Bombs on Bikini Atoll: A Must-Watch Documentary on The Victims of US Nuclear Tests

Bombs on Bikini Atoll: A Must-Watch Documentary on The Victims of US Nuclear Tests

Nuclear Tests, Videos April 12, 2020 at 9:19 am 0 comments

The Bikini Atoll, a remote location in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, looks like a vacation paradise, but is actually a shining hell. At the beginning of the Cold War, the United States conducted nuclear weapons tests there. Back then, the Americans were much more than just trying out a new weapon technology. The two-part documentary explains the historical background of the forgotten nuclear war and reveals how the bombs continue to have an effect today.