Showing posts with label Anti-Nuke. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Anti-Nuke. Show all posts

Monday, September 26, 2016

Shipments of Liquid Nuclear Waste to Begin Soon

Friday, March 11, 2016

Fukushima Nuclear Disaster: 5 Years On & No End in Sight

Greenpeace Canada
Naoto Kan, a supporter of nuclear power when he was Japan's Prime Minister , now opposes it in light of the terrible Fukushima disaster. Story here.

Friday, July 31, 2015

A Nuclear Shadow From Hiroshima and Nagasaki to Fukushima

In The Lancet's Series, a new lens is applied to events from Hiroshima and Nagasaki to Fukushima, for a better understanding of the health challenges faced by populations exposed to radiation from man-made disasters. Details here.

Sunday, October 5, 2014

Volcano Shows Japan Needs a Green Revolution

By: William Pesek - Winnipeg Free Press
With the discovery of a 47th body on the slopes of Mt. Ontake, the volcano’s eruption is now Japan’s deadliest in 88 years. It’s impossible not to worry about an even bigger volcanic threat that lies just 90 miles from Tokyo: Mt. Fuji (above). All this has both seismologists and anti-nuclear activists asking anew whether the most earthquake-prone nation in the developed world should be restarting its 48 nuclear reactors.... Story here.

Thursday, October 17, 2013

World Action Now on Fukushima - Harvey Wasserman (Video)

The danger of huge radiation releases from Fukushima 4 has taken on a new dimension; the world community must step in!

Please sign the petition to Ban Ki-Moon, Secretary-General, United Nations and Barack Obama, President, United States of America, which says:

"At Fukushima Unit 4, the impending removal of hugely radioactive spent fuel rods from a pool 100 feet in the air presents unparalleled scientific and engineering challenges. With the potential for 15,000 times more fallout than was released at Hiroshima, we ask the world community, through the United Nations, to take control of this uniquely perilous task."

Click here to add your name:


Sunday, October 6, 2013

The Government of Canadaʼs Legacy of Contamination in Northern Saskatchewan Watersheds

Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives

Beaverlodge Lake, a 57 square kilometer water body, and three other watersheds in northern Saskatchewan are seriously contaminated with uranium and selenium. Details here.

Related: Uranium City - a Legacy of Cancer.

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Chalk River's Spent Reactor Rods to be Shipped Through Valley

Ottawa Citizen
'Expedited' approval being sought for shipment of highly radioactive material. Details here.

PLT: PSSST...Government of flash....Nuclear is not "alternative" or "sustainable" energy! It is misguided, expensive and dangerous. Find another way!

Monday, August 22, 2011


For Aug. 26, 2011 R-Town papers
BY Jim Harding
On August 16th several hundred people walked the green mile along Regina’s Albert Street, taking their call for a provincial nuclear waste ban to the government. They want an end to the industry group, the Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO), negotiating with northern communities to “host” a nuclear dump without the people of Saskatchewan having any say.
This was the completion of a 20-day, 820 km walk started July 27th from Pinehouse. Along the way walkers made new friendships and networks that bring the north and south closer together. At the front of the colourful parade was a big, blue balloon “earth” encircled by cutouts of the world’s children holding hands. There was much magic as I watched, over the heads of the block-long string of people in front of me, as “the earth” bobbed up and down as its carriers led the way.
And then I remembered a similar walk, thirty-two years ago, on February 22, 1979. Then, walkers carried a huge white elephant, made of paper-mache, to symbolize what they thought of the government’s uranium policies of the day. How much longer, I thought, will it take for us to learn the hard lessons about the toxic economy and start to seriously make the shift towards sustainability?

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Not in our Backyard; Northern Saskatchewan Residents Protest Nuclear Waste Dump

By: Jennifer Graham, The Canadian Press - 08/16/2011

REGINA - Some northern Saskatchewan residents say they're drawing a line in the sand to protect the environment from nuclear waste. Details here.

Diesel vehicles in oil sands operations contribute to regional pollution

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