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*     NukeNews #17 - Anti-Nuclear Information Service      *
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0.  Preface
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Welcome to this spring edition of NukeNews! Despite the dangerous
conflict with Russia in the Ukraine, their state-owned nuclear power
giant Rosatom shall be allowed to take over control in the latest
nuclear power plant project in Finland - being the biggest single
shareholder in the operator company Fennovoima and lending a major
part of the construction costs from Russia. Additionally, the
financial risks are with the Russian pensioners as the money will
be provided by Russia's National Welfare Fund.

A scandal is also the blackmailing attempt of British government
representatives in order to pressure the Austrian government to step
back from their plans to take legal steps against the EU commission's
"okay" for large subsidies to the proposed Hinkley Point C reactor in
the UK.

We have messages from Poland, the Czech Republic and elsewhere, as
well as some kind of good news from Sweden, sent by our Swedish
anti-nuclear friends. Obviously nothing good comes from Fukushima,
where four years after the beginning of the disaster the number of
children with thyroid cancer increases unusually.


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Outline of the current NukeNews issue #17
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0.  Preface
1.  Fennovoima NPP construction to be paid with Russia's National
    Welfare Fund money
2.  Fukushima Watch: Regulator Calls on Tepco to Discharge Tritium
    Water
3.  Global nuclear decommissioning cost seem underestimated, may
    spiral
4.  'Doomsday clock' closest to midnight since 1984
5.  Canada: Who will stand up against secrecy?
6.  Nuclear Free California Holds Conference to Shut Down Diablo
    Canyon
7.  NPP construction in Poland: WorleyPearsons' contract cancelled
8.  Polish Draft RadWaste Programme debated by IAEA and MoE
9.  Poland: Transboundary consultations of the nuclear dump near
    Chernobyl unnoticed by the public
10. Czech vision of the Atomic State
11. Rise in wildfires may resurrect Chernobyl's radiation
12. Liquid Nuclear Waste on N. America’s Highways?
13. Are We Prepared for a Catastrophic Solar Storm?
14. Situation in Pyhäjoki, NPP project of Fennovoima
15. No new nuclear power in Sweden
16. British reprisals against Austrian Government?
17. Indigenous people to give way to mining
18. Australia: proposed uranium mine at Kintyre approved
19. South Australia announces royal commission in to nuclear industry
20. 117 children in Fukushima suspected of having thyroid cancer
21. Cultural Resistance Party @ Gorleben 22 May 2015
22. Upcoming events
23. About NukeNews


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1.  Fennovoima NPP construction to be paid with Russia's National
    Welfare Fund money
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In the middle of January a Russian government's decision became public
providing money for the construction costs of the Fennovoima NPP in
Pyhäjoki, Finland, with the money of Russia's National Welfare Fund, a
state fund to secure pensions to retiring people. The government's
decree was issued on December 30th, 2014, the document was published
on January 16th, 2015. Referring to this document, there will be up to
2.4 billion EUR, but not more than 150 billion RUB, invested in the
newest NPP project in Finland, where the Russian atomic companies
Atomenergoprom and Rusatom Overseas are involved with 34 % of the
shares. The Russian Rosatom subsidiaries took over EON's shares after
the German atomic energy giant had left the Fennovoima project, that
they actually had initiated, due to public pressure in Germany.

Fennovoima is under time pressure to start the NPP construction before
beginning of July 2015, otherwise the political
"decision-in-principle" the project is based on would be invalid, and
a new parliament's decision would be required.

Learn more about Fennovoima NPP:
http://www.nuclear-heritage.net/index.php/Pyh%C3%A4joki


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2.  Fukushima Watch: Regulator Calls on Tepco to Discharge Tritium
    Water
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Japan’s nuclear regulator has officially called on Tokyo Electric
Power Co. to work toward discharging low-level contaminated water into
the ocean from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant. Tepco has been
storing the tritium-contaminated water in about 1,000 tanks onsite but
is running out of space.

http://cleanairalliance.us5.list-manage2.com/track/click?u=9e0d2b5aacdacc8f6d679bba2&id=5cbc9f7760&e=2ece43c12c


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3.  Global nuclear decommissioning cost seem underestimated, may
    spiral
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200 of the 434 reactors in operation around the globe will need to be
retired by 2040. The estimated cost of decommissioning them is more
than $100 billion. But many experts view this figure as way too low,
because it does not include the cost of nuclear waste disposal and
long-term storage and because decommissioning costs - often a decade
or more away - vary hugely per reactor and by country.

http://cleanairalliance.us5.list-manage.com/track/click?u=9e0d2b5aacdacc8f6d679bba2&id=01191c1a4f&e=2ece43c12c


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4.  'Doomsday clock' closest to midnight since 1984
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The symbolic doomsday clock moved to three minutes before midnight
because of the gathering dangers of climate change and nuclear
proliferation, signalling the gravest threat to humanity since the
throes of the cold war. Global efforts to reduce nuclear arsenals have
slowed since 2009, and all of the nuclear powers are expanding
reactors and weapons programmes.

http://cleanairalliance.us5.list-manage.com/track/click?u=9e0d2b5aacdacc8f6d679bba2&id=ae6045a9f7&e=2ece43c12c


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5.  Canada: Who will stand up against secrecy?
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Another secret power deal is the last thing the people of Ontario
need. A full Ontario Energy Board review is the only way we can ensure
that signing a C$60 - $111 billion deal to re-build aging reactors is
the best solution to meeting our electricity needs.

http://cleanairalliance.us5.list-manage.com/track/click?u=9e0d2b5aacdacc8f6d679bba2&id=32ee05d954&e=2ece43c12c


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6.  Nuclear Free California Holds Conference to Shut Down Diablo
    Canyon
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Activists from across the state and from as far away as Washington,
D.C. and Fukushima, Japan attended a conference under the banner of
Nuclear Free California the week-end of January 24-25 in the central
coastal community of San Luis Obispo. The purpose was to discuss
shutting down the local Diablo Canyon nuclear reactor, the last
nuclear power plant operating in the sunny state.

The aging reactor sits in a tsunami zone among a number of earthquake
faults, most not known of before its construction. Many are able to
deliver a jolt greater than the design can stand, according to Dr.
Michael Peck, Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s former head inspector at
Diablo Canyon. The NRC transferred Dr. Peck to another facility for
his written opinion that the reactor needs to be shut down, and it
will be a major challenge to get regulatory agencies, starting with
NRC, to actually regulate.

Read the complete article:
http://www.nuclear-heritage.net/index.php/Nuclear_Free_California_Holds_Conference_to_Shut_Down_Diablo_Canyon


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7.  NPP construction in Poland: WorleyPearsons' contract cancelled
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On 22 December 2014, PGE EJ1 (the subsidiary of the state-owned PGE
company, appointed for constructing and operating the first NPP
planned in Poland) cancelled the PLN 253 million worth contract with
WorleyPearsons which has been appointed one year ago to do
environmental and siting research because of the "failure to meet
contractual obligations and a delay in execution of works performed
under the contract" as PGE EJ1 put it. It claims it takes over the
execution of site characterisation "relying on the pool of resources
existing within PGE Capital Group and in cooperation with national
subcontractors already involved in the project".

The Rzeczpospolita daily reported at this occasion that PGE had been
warned by the Poland's Internal Security Agency (ABW) that WP had
been cooperated closely with Russian companies in the past which
could pose threat to the project's security.

Sources:
http://www.pgeej1.pl/en/news/PGE-EJ-1-takes-over-the-execution-of-site-characterisation
http://wbj.pl/polands-nuclear-power-plant-project-delayed/
http://www.biztok.pl/gospodarka/pge-zerwala-kontrakt-z-australijczykami-sama-zbada-grunt-pod-elektrownie-atomowa_a19502


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8.  Polish Draft RadWaste Programme debated by IAEA and MoE
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From 3rd to 5th February, 2015, a meeting between the Polish Ministry
of Economy and experts of the IAEA was held in Warsaw. The draft
RadWaste programme and the general nuclear programme (PPEJ) for Poland
were the main points of the agenda. The MoE claims that contents of
both of the documents were highly rated and appraised by the Agency.
The nuclear business media described it as if the IAEA experts would
be to assist with coping with the nuclear waste issues in Poland.

Source:
http://www.mg.gov.pl/node/22770


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9.  Poland: Transboundary consultations of the nuclear dump near
    Chernobyl unnoticed by the public
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In mid-November, 2014, Ukraine informed the Polish Ministry of
Environment about their plan to construct a RadWaste & Spent Nuclear
Fuel disposal site some 11 km away from the Chernobyl NPP. It was
lodged under the Espoo convention and reportedly would not receive
any comments from the public during the formal consultation period.
It had not come across nor been informed about this development until
in mid-January when we learnt from the media news on one of the Polish
Parliament's sessions during which vice-Minister Piotr Otawski tried
to pacify fears of one of the MPs claiming that generally RW disposal
sites, in contrast with other nuclear installations, carry only local
impact. He also said that international strict procedures are kept in
that respect and would be within that particular project.


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10. Czech vision of the Atomic State
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Last April, when the Czech government refused to guarantee the
long-term return on the project of new reactors at Temelín and when
ČEZ ended the tender selection process immediately afterwards, both
industry and finance ministers were tasked with developing strategy
for going ahead with nuclear in the Czech Republic. Its creation was
kept under wraps and only recently it was submitted for an assessment
to other ministries under the name of "National Action Plan for the
Development of Nuclear Energy in the Czech Republic". A simple fact
that the ministries were given just five days for the reaction to the
proposal which will affect the future of the Czech Republic for the
entire century, urges vigilance. Besides, the proposal makes reference
to the approved draft of the National Energy Policy of the Czech
Republic that has not yet been adopted.

Read more:
http://www.nuclear-heritage.net/index.php/Czech_vision_of_the_Atomic_State


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11. Rise in wildfires may resurrect Chernobyl's radiation
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Radioactive clouds may once again spread over Europe, as rising fires
release radiation locked up in the upper layers of soil in the dense
forests near Chernobyl in Ukraine and Belarus.

http://cleanairalliance.us5.list-manage.com/track/click?u=9e0d2b5aacdacc8f6d679bba2&id=f0bb32d396&e=2ece43c12c


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12. Liquid Nuclear Waste on N. America’s Highways?
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A plan is in the works to move over 23,000 liters of HEUNL from the
Chalk River Site in Eastern Ontario to the Savannah River Site in
South Carolina, another temporary holding site. This has never been
done before. Here's why it’s a very bad idea, and what the safer
alternatives are.

http://cleanairalliance.us5.list-manage.com/track/click?u=9e0d2b5aacdacc8f6d679bba2&id=d79fa70c39&e=2ece43c12c


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13. Are We Prepared for a Catastrophic Solar Storm?
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Within weeks, backup generators at nuclear power plants would have run
down, and the electric pumps that supply water to cooling ponds, where
radioactive spent fuel rods are stored, would shut off. Multiple
meltdowns would ensue.

http://cleanairalliance.us5.list-manage.com/track/click?u=9e0d2b5aacdacc8f6d679bba2&id=de0e0ab053&e=2ece43c12c


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14. Situation in Pyhäjoki, NPP project of Fennovoima
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Fennovoima recently gained ownership of almost all of the land and
water body around the Hanhikivi peninsula. In a chaotic meeting that
took place on January 31st, 2015, the participants' association of
Parhalahti (with more than 200 members/land owners), that owned most
of the land and water body, decided to accept the purchase offer by
Fennovoima. However, the meeting was so chaotic and possibly even
illegal, that the deeds have not been signed yet.

Read the complete article:
http://www.nuclear-heritage.net/index.php/Situation_in_Pyh%C3%A4joki,_NPP_project_of_Fennovoima


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15. No new nuclear power in Sweden
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No new nuclear power plants will be built in Sweden. In autumn 2014
the Swedish government decided that state owned Vattenfall would stop
planning for a new reactor. Vattenfall stopped working on the project,
but did not withdraw the application it had earlier sent to the
National Radiation Safety Authority (SSM). On January 23rd, SSM
informed that it had decided to stop working on Vattenfalls
application for a new reactor. According to Swedish Radio and other
news channels, this means that the idea of building new nuclear power
in Sweden has been stopped completely.

Antinuclear Groups welcome this decision. On the other hand, no
deadline has been given for when Sweden intends to close its old
reactors that are still in operation, and which continue to be a huge
security threat.

Link:
http://supermiljobloggen.se/nyheter/2015/01/ingen-ny-karnkraft-i-sverige-sa-togs-beskedet-emot


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16. British reprisals against Austrian Government?
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Austria's federal government informed that it would take legal steps
against the decision of the EU, according to which it would be
possible for the British government, to financially support the
construction of new NPPs - like it is planned at Hinkley Point through
a contract-for-difference scheme.

English NGOs praised Austria's position and even sent frightening
photos from Sellafield to Vienna, published in the magazine "The
Ecologist". Also the German producer of green electricity EWS-Schönau
supports this attempt with an international campaign, already
supported by more than 50.000 people.

British Prime Minister David Cameron was "not very pleased", it
seemed, when Austria's Chancellor wanted to explain the position of
his country during a recent meeting. On the contrary, from diplomatic
circles some information was leaking, that London was preparing
systematic steps against Austria's government. Austria's chancellor
Werner Faymann's answer: "There is no way to threaten us and I very
much hope, that this is a kind of misunderstanding".

In fact, the real problem lies in the United Kingdom, since most of
the more than 20 Billion € of planned financial support (plus 35
years of guaranteed feed-in-tariffs), will have to be paid by the
British consumers. So maybe the British public should start to
threaten its government, before it will be too late.

https://mariannewildart.wordpress.com/2014/10/28/letters-to-the-austrian-chancellor-and-other-european-leaders-no-new-build-subsidies/
http://kurier.at/wirtschaft/wirtschaftspolitik/neue-huerden-am-weg-zu-akw-hinkley-point/113.497.528


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17. Indigenous people to give way to mining
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The Dene First Nations in La Loche, north west Saskatchewan, are being
squeezed out of their traditional territory by uranium ore discoveries
on one side and the expanding tar sands on the other. The provincial
government has enacted policies to force the Dene from their lands.

http://earthfirstjournal.org/newswire/2015/02/12/dene-people-in-northern-saskatchewan-are-resisting-uranium-and-tar-sands-mining/


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18. Australia: proposed uranium mine at Kintyre approved
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In early spring the Western Australian Environment Minister approved
the proposed uranium mine at Kintyre in Western Australia. This mine
is owned by Cameco and we are looking for International support. A
unique desert ecosystem that was excised from the Karlamilyi National
Park to allow mining. The Federal Environment Minister now decides the
fate of WA's largest National Park and the surrounding Aboriginal
Martu communities who are under threat from the proposed Kintyre
uranium mine. 

We need your help to get the word out- please share this short video
from the Parnngurr community who are fighting against the uranium
proposal – and to send a message to Minister Greg Hunt. Your support
in getting this message out is so important – especially to the
communities facing the threat.

More:
http://ccwa.org.au/takeaction/kintyre
https://vimeo.com/121416266


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19. South Australia announces royal commission in to nuclear industry
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The Royal Commission into uranium in South Australia will only
distract us from the urgent need to shift to clean, green energy
sources, and it runs against global trends away from nuclear power,
writes Dave Sweeney and Jim Green.

More info at:
http://www.acfonline.org.au/news-media/acf-opinion/south-australia-out-step-global-nuclear-energy-trends


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20. 117 children in Fukushima suspected of having thyroid cancer
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On February 12, 2015, the Oversight Committee for Fukushima Prefecture
Health Management Survey held a meeting. According to the committee,
the total number of children suspected of thyroid cancer reached 117.
Of them, 86 already went through surgery and were confirmed to have
suffered thyroid cancer. Since April 2014, the second round of medical
examination has been conducted on 75,311 children. 8 of them had shown
"no abnormality" at the first round, but they were newly suspected of
thyroid cancer after the second round. One of them went through
surgery and indeed had thyroid cancer.

http://www.foejapan.org/en/energy/doc/150310.html


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21. Cultural Resistance Party @ Gorleben 22 May 2015
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Castor transports to Gorleben are over? Not at all! It's only a period
of strategical calmness and transport pause. At the moment, the final
repository of Gorleben is continuing to be built at Berlin. The "Final
Disposal Commission" is doing their work. Nothing new, but still
everybody is talking about Gorleben, as the only known place in
Germany.

We are still not patient! We want to meet you all!! We want to have a
big  Cultural Resistance Party together at the Gorleben nuclear site.
It'll be in the middle of "Kulturelle Landpartie", visited by 50,000
people since more than 20 years, having an insight to the life of
Wendland people, craftspeople, artists, musicians.... this 22. May
there's gonna be a big event: many market stalls, three stages, food
and drinks, information!! We want to meet you, to talk to you, to plan
new actions, to ensure each other, as soon as necessary, we will stand
all together and spit into the soup of the atomic  state. Come and
join!!

http://www.bi-luechow-dannenberg.de/?page_id=12371


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22. Upcoming events
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(just an extract, tell us your events for the next newsletter)
more events: http://upcoming.nuclear-heritage.net

Please feel free to send us your local and international events for
this website and the NukeNews!


01/06/14-June '15: "Bure 365" - decentralized actions against nuclear
                   waste repository in Bure (F)
21/03/15:          CND Battle of the Bands & Poster Art Competition at
                   the Red Brick Building in Glastonbury (UK)
21/03/15 at 11 AM: nuclear waste conference at Volkshochschule,
                   Bahnhofsallee 7, in Göttingen (D)
24/03/15 10.30 AM: manifestation against EU Commission's Hinkley Point
                   C subsidies decision at Berlaymont building,
                   Schuman Square, in Brussels (B)
24/03/15 2 PM:     International conference on the radioactive waste
                   in Denmark at parliament, The Common Hall
                   (Fællessalen), Christiansborg, in Copenhagen (DK)
26/03/15-29/05/15: Büchel65 - 65 days of blockades] at atomic weapons
                   site Büchel (D)
26/03/15:          SSM seminar on National Plan for all radioactive
                   waste in Stockholm (S)
28/03/15-29/03/15: uranium transports working meeting at
                   Naturfreundehaus, Kapellenstr. 9a, in Köln-Kalk (D)
30/03/15-25/04/15: Walk For A Nuclear Free Future from the Nuclear
                   Facility Oakridge, TN to the UN building New York,
                   NY (USA)
30/03/15 10.45 AM: Easter action against E.on giant's tricky splitting
                   up to get rid of their tiresome atomic waste
                   section outside E.on headquarters, Eon-Platz 1, in
                   Düsseldorf (D)
31/03/15 9.30 AM:  appeal from first instance against 2010 Lubmin
                   Castor transport blockade lock-on activists at
                   District Court in Stralsund (D)
03/04/15 11.57 AM: Easter peace march "Urenco-Verkauf stoppen: Keine
                   Weiterverbreitung von Atomwaffentechnologie!" at 
                   Urenco uranium enrichment facility, main gate,
                   Röntgenstr. 4, in Gronau (D)
04/04/15 10.30 AM: Scrap Trident: "Bairns not Bombs" nationwide demo
                   at George Square in Glasgow (UK)
13/04/15:          Big Blockade of Faslane nuclear submarines base
                   (UK)
14/04/15-16/04/15: World Uranium Summit in Québec City (CDN)
14/04/15 1.30 PM:  trial against climbing activist due to an action
                   during 2013 energy transition rally at Local Court
                   Tiergarten, room 1002, in Berlin (D)
15/04/15-25/04/15: International Uranium Film Festival in Quebec City
                   (CDN)
23/04/15 10 AM:    RWE shareholders' meeting at Grugahalle,
                   Norbertstr. 2, in Essen (D)
24/04/15-25/04/15: International Peace & Planet Conference a
                   Nuclear-Free, Peaceful, Just, and Sustainable World
                   in New York City (USA)
25/04/15-01/05/15: European Action Weeks For A Future After Chernobyl
                   And Fukushima
26/04/15:          mass rally outside Fessenheim NPP (F)
26/04/15:          Peace & Planet rally and march in New York City
                   (USA)
27/04/15 1.30 PM:  Global Wave 2015: Wave Goodbye to Nukes
29/04/15:          EnBW shareholders' meeting at Stadthalle,
                   Kongresszentrum, in Karlsruhe (D)
05/05/15-07/05/15: Atomforum: Jahrestagung Kerntechnik at Estrel
                   Convention Center in Berlin (D)
07/05/15 10 AM:    E.on shareholders' meeting at Grugahalle,
                   Norbertstr. 2, in Essen (D)
12/05/15-15/05/15: "Innovation in the Third Millennium" nuclear
                   conference at Delta Winnipeg hotel, 350 St Mary
                   Ave, in Winnipeg, Manitoba (CDN)
19/05/15:          Nuclear Energy Conference 2015 at Redoutensäle im
                   Promenadenhof in Linz (A)
22/05/15 at 2 PM:  cultural resistance party with citizens' initiative
                   & Kulturelle Landpartie organizers at atomic
                   facilities in Gorleben (D)
26/05/15-27/05/15: 2015 European Nuclear Energy Forum (ENEF) Plenary
                   Meeting in Prague (CZ)
08/06/15-11/06/15: 20th International Conference on Radionuclide
                   Metrology and its Applications in Vienna (A)
08/06/15-21/06/15: anti-nuclear Better Power! camp in Pyhäjoki (FIN)
12/07/15-16/07/15: Health Physics Society 60th Annual Meeting in
                   Indianapolis, Indiana (USA)
14/08/15-16/08/15: Solarfestival at TS, Dorfstr. 78, in Salzwedel-
                   Riebau (D)
16/08/15-19/09/15: Walkatjurra Walkabout - Walking for Country from
                   Wiluna to Leonora (AU)
09/09/15-11/09/15: World Nuclear Symposium 2015 in London (UK)
19/09/15 at 11 AM: nuclear waste conference at Volkshochschule,
                   Wilhelmshöher Allee 19-21, in Kassel (D)
25/04/16-01/05/16: European Action Weeks For A Future After Chernobyl
                   And Fukushima
01/09/16-30/11/16: main hearing on the Environmental Court on SKB's
                   application to build KBS3 final nuclear waste
                   repository at District Court in Nacka (S)
2017:              (probably) Castor transport of high level
                   radioactive waste from Sellafield (UK) and of
                   intermediate level radioactive waste from La Hague
                   (F) to Gorleben (D) and protests


http://www.nuclear-heritage.net/index.php/Bure_365
http://www.cnduk.org/get-involved/events/item/2043-battle-of-the-bands-poster-art-competition
http://ag-schacht-konrad.de/index.php?option=com_content&task=blogcategory&id=61&Itemid=273/
http://noah.dk/atomaffaldskonference/
http://www.buechel-atomwaffenfrei.de/buechel65/english/
http://www.nonuclear.se/en/kalender/stockholm-ssm-avfallsseminarium
https://www.facebook.com/events/1529461247318324
http://www.ausgestrahlt.de/eon-eier
http://blockmin.blogsport.eu/2015/02/16/nach-ueber-4-jahren-nach-der-betonblock-aktion-berufungsprozess-am-31-03-2015-vor-dem-landgericht-stralsund/
http://www.ostermarsch-gronau.de
http://scraptrident.org/demo-in-glasgow-28th-march-blockade-at-faslane-13th-april/
http://www.cnduk.org/get-involved/events/item/2083-bairns-not-bombs-blockade
http://www.nuclear-heritage.net/index.php/World_Uranium_Symposium
http://nirgendwo.info/berlin/
http://uraniumfilmfestival.org/en/quebec-uranium-festival
http://www.rwe.com/web/cms/de/2308804/rwe/investor-relations/hauptversammlung/hauptversammlung-2015/
http://www.peaceandplanet.org/conference-program/
http://www.nuclear-heritage.net/index.php/European_Action_Weeks_For_A_Future_After_Chernobyl_And_Fukushima_2015
http://www.fessenheimstop.org/pages/termine.php?Gro%C3%9Fdemo%20beim%20AKW%20Fessenheim%20/%20grande%20Manif%20centrale%20de%20Fessenheim&month=4&year=2015&day=26&show=3&id=97&section_id=174&detail=1
http://www.peaceandplanet.org/mobilization/
http://www.cnduk.org/get-involved/events/item/2099-global-wave-2015-wave-goodbye-to-nukes
https://www.enbw.com/unternehmen/investoren/events/hauptversammlung/index.html
http://www.kernenergie.de/kernenergie/service/veranstaltungen/tagungen/2015-05-05_jahrestagung.php
http://www.eon.com/de/investoren/veranstaltungen/kalender/2015/5/7/hauptversammlung-2015.html
http://crpa-acrp.org/conference/
http://www.nuclear-heritage.net/index.php/Nuclear_Energy_Conference_2015
http://www.bi-luechow-dannenberg.de/?page_id=9162
http://ec.europa.eu/energy/en/events/2015-european-nuclear-energy-forum-enef-plenary-meeting
http://icrm2015.boku.ac.at/
http://www.nuclear-heritage.net/index.php/Better_Power!_camp
http://hps.org/meetings/meeting37.html
http://www.solarfestival.de
http://walkingforcountry.com
http://www.wna-symposium.org/ehome/index.php?eventid=108035&
http://ag-schacht-konrad.de/index.php?option=com_content&task=blogcategory&id=61&Itemid=273/
http://www.nuclear-heritage.net/index.php/European_Action_Weeks_For_A_Future_After_Chernobyl_And_Fukushima_2016
http://www.nonuclear.se/en/kalender/kbshuvudforhandling2012
http://www.nuclear-heritage.net/index.php/Gorleben_Castor_Resistance_in_Germany_2017


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23. About NukeNews
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NukeNews is a multilingual newsletter system of the Nuclear Heritage
Network. It reflects the activities, topics and struggles of
anti-nuclear activists connected through this international community.
The messages are written and translated by activists, additionally to
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