Atomic Threats In The Baltic Sea Region/New call out

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Call out to join anti-nuclear network in the Baltic Sea region

In the Baltic Sea region the atomic lobby is pushing for a number of
nuclear projects increasing the threats facing people and environment
in the area. New reactors, upgrading of nuclear power plants,
repositories for hazardous atomic waste, new uranium mines ... As if
unsolved problems and threads by existing legacy of atomic stations
facilities and mines wouldn't be enough! Groups and citizens are
struggling against these projects in many places, often faced to a
strong alliance of nuclear companies, authorities and politicians
benefiting from these developments.

In order to support local groups and individuals in the struggle
against atomic developments and to strengthen anti-nuclear movements
around the Baltic Sea, anti-nuclear groups and activists from the
Baltic Sea region launched the "Atomic Threats In The Baltic Sea
Region" project.

The first meeting to discuss and form this network/project already
took place in September 2013 in Döbeln, Germany. So far, activists and
groups from Finland, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Belarus, Russia,
Sweden and Poland are already active in this project. Two NGOs in
Austria and the Netherlands are supporting us with their experiences
and knowledge. We want to involve groups and individuals also from all
other countries in the watershed of the Baltic Sea: Denmark, Estonia
and Norway. And of course, we also aim to reach more people and groups
in the countries involved to the project already.

We see much potential within this project: we can learn about each
other's topics and struggles, connect with each other, and support in
campaigning, spreading the word, organizing information events or
actions... All it needs is awareness of the interrelations and some
time to be provided for this supraregional and international
networking.

The next project meeting will take place on December 8-14th in
2013 in Döbeln, Germany. We will further develop the project, and work
concentrated on specific topics and actions within the project. We
plan to organize information events, campaign against nuclear power,
investigate on atomic facilities and produce flyers and other
materials to spread the word. You are invited to join us! If you need
support for your travel expenses, please contact us[1]! We will try to
make it possible for everyone to participate in this meeting.

Please write to "atomicbaltic AT nuclear-heritage.net"[1] to announce
your participation in the meeting, to get more information or to ask
for travel costs support! To encrypt emails to us, please see at the
bottom.

More information on this network/project:
http://AtomicBaltic.nuclear-heritage.net

We are looking forward to your response!
Talk soon!

Some activists within the project
"Atomic Threats in The Baltic Sea Region"



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