NukeNews No. 30 - ENGLISH

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Outline of the current NukeNews issue #30
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1.  International Action Camp against nuclear weapons
2.  Nuclear power to save the climate
3.  News from the UK
4.  Tokyo 2020 - The Radioactive Olympics


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1.  International Action Camp against nuclear weapons
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United we can stop the planned nuclear bomb! Please join the German
campaign to send the existing U.S. nuclear weapons back home, and to
halt production of the new B61-12 nuclear bomb, scheduled to be built
in the U.S. by 2020 and deployed in five European countries - Italy,
Belgium, Holland, Turkey, and Germany. We invite anti-nuclear,
environmental peace and human rights activists to our peace camp July
08-to-16, 2019, at the main gate of the Büchel Air Base in Germany
with emphasis on young people! The international Action Camp is part
of our 20 weeks of action from March 26th to August 9th (Nagasaki
memorial day). Twenty weeks represent the 20 B61 H-bombs still at
Büchel AB. Our peace camp includes networking, vigils, and nonviolent
civil resistance.

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


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2.  Nuclear power to save the climate
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In the wonderful movement to save the climate we live now in Belgium,
a myriad of proposals and sensibilities are emerging. Each one tries
to catch the attention of the participants in an exchange of ideas,
sometimes constructive sometimes antagonistic. The pronuclear right
has recently discovered pro-climate virtues in the nuclear reactors
and is trying to establish the nuclear power industry as an asset in
the fight against climate catastrophe. What to think about this? We
present eleven arguments.

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


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3.  News from the UK
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Hitachi have cancelled Wylfa in Wales, Toshiba have cancelled Moorside
by Sellafield, and Mitsubishi have cancelled one in Turkey, so we feel
we are winning. Only Chinese and French states want to build in UK
now, and UK threatening to send aircraft carrier to South China Sea,
plus Haiwei paranoia, so China might drop out soon. And EDF have to
redo ALL the welds in Flamanville, which will take at least 2 years,
so even Hinkley Point is in trouble. Getting Flamanville running by
2020 is a condition for the UK government loan guarantees for Hinkley.


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4.  Tokyo 2020 - The Radioactive Olympics
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In 2020, Japan is inviting athletes from around the world to take part
in the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games. We are worried about plans
to host baseball and softball competitions in Fukushima City, just 50
km away from the ruins of the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant.

Read more:
https://www.fukushima-disaster.de/information-in-english/tokyo-2020-appeal/artikel/0594b31684814af50e1e2d5f9cfac1ca/tokyo-2020-the-radioactive-olympic-2.html


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YY. About NukeNews
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