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- Don't Nuke the Climate: COP21 in Paris (F) on December 12, 2015
- Walkatjurra Walkabout – Walking for Country 2015 from Wiluna to Leonora (AUS) from August 16 to September 19, 2015
- Bure 365 decentralized actions against nuclear waste repository in Bure (F) from June 1, 2014 to June 2015
- Anti-nuclear camps in Pyhäjoki (FIN) on June 8-21, 2015
- Nuclear Energy Conference 2015 in Linz (A) on May 19, 2015
- European Action Weeks For A Future After Chernobyl And Fukushima from April 25 to May 1, 2015
- Walk For A Nuclear Free Future 2011-2015: Walk from the Nuclear Facility Oakridge, TN to the UN building New York, NY from March 30 to April 25, 2015 (USA)
- World Uranium Symposium in Québec City (CDN) on April 14-16, 2015
- Unplug Nuclear Power Boycott Grid Power! on March 11, 2014 for 24 hours (global)
- Burghfield Lockdown mass blockade at AWE Burghfield (UK) on March 2, 2015
- Wrap up TRIDENT in London (UK) on January 24, 2015
- Commemoration of the death of Sébastien Briat, killed by the CASTOR train on November 7, 2014
- Walk from Miami, FL to the Y-12 Nuclear Facility Oakridge, TN 2014 (USA)
- Anti-nuclear mini camp in the Czech Republic on August 25-29, 2014
- International Anti-nuclear Camp near Kiel on August 9-16, 2014 (D)
- Nuclear Heritage Network gathering 2014 on August 4-8, 2014 in Döbeln (D)
- Walkatjurra Walkabout – Walking for Country 2014 on March April 23 - May 26, 2014 pilgrimage across Wangkatja country (AUS)
- Chernobyl Disaster Remembrance 2014 worldwide; events from February 25 - May 4, 2014
- European Anti Nuclear Forum on April 29, 2014 in Prague (CZ)
- Fukushima Disaster Remembrance 2014 worldwide; events from February 13 - April 26, 2014
- Global Action Day Against Nuclear Power 2013 on December 12, 2013
- Uranium-mining: Impact on Health and Environment - 2013 conference in Dar Es Salaam and Bahi/Dodoma on October 1-6, 2013 (Tanzania)
- "Atomic Threats In The Baltic Sea Region" project planning meeting on September 21-22, 2013 in Döbeln (D)
- Walk For A Nuclear Free Future 2011-2015: Walk from Minnesota to Buffalo 2013 (USA)
- Joint Anglo-French Fast Action Against Nuclear Weapons 2013 in Paris (F) and Burghfield (UK) on August 6-9, 2013
- Uranium action camp in Finland near the Talvivaara disaster site from June 18, 2013 (FIN)
- Together against Nuclear - International Conference 2013 in Vienna on May 30 - June 1, 2013 (A)
- Walkatjurra Walkabout 2013 against uranium mining from Yeelirree to Leonora on May 4-28, 2013 (AUS)
- TALVIVAARA NICKEL & URANIUM MINE SPILL since November 4, 2012 - spread the word, support the activists, do action!
- Worldwide global action day against nuclear energy 2012.12.12
- European Action Day to stop Lithuanian NPP project on November 5, 2012
- Reclaim Hinkley - Mass Act of Civil Disobedience on October 8, 2012 (UK)
- International Action Day to shut down nuclear industry on September 29, 2012
- Walk For A Nuclear Free Future 2011-2015: Walk from Saskatchewan to Montreal 2012 (CA)
- Anti-nuclear Sailing Trip across the Baltic Sea on August 26 - September 9, 2012 (S, D)
- preparation meeting for the Anti-nuclear Sailing Trip across the Baltic Sea in Stockholm (SE) on July 12-15, 2012
- Gorleben 365 - one year of blockades starting on August 14, 2011, of the proposed Gorleben final disposal site (D)
- Olkiluoto Blockade on August 11, 2012, protest camp on August 6-13, 2012 (FIN)
- International Anti-nuclear Network Meeting in Döbeln on July 29 - August 3, 2012 (D)
- International Uranium Film Festival 2012 on June 28 - July 14, 2011 in Rio de Janeiro (BR)
- preparation meeting for the International Anti-nuclear Network Meeting in Döbeln (D) on June 8-11, 2012
- International Bike Action "nuclear weapon free now" on May 17 - June 4, 2012 from Stuttgart (D) to Brussels (B)
- Hanhikivi Days on May 5-6, 2012 in Pyhäjoki (FIN)
- Olkiluoto Blockade preparation meeting on May 5, 2012 in Tampere (FIN)
- Sizewell Camp 2012 on April 20-22, 2012 at the Sizewell NPP (UK)
- Olkiluoto Blockade camp preparation group meeting on April 14, 2012 in Eura (FIN)
- Uranium, Health and Environment Conference on March 16-18, 2012 in Bamako (RMM)
- Nuclear Waste Transport to Ahaus: "test shipment" in the 11th week (March 12-18, 2012)
- Global Fukushima Action Day 2012 on March 11, 2012 internationally
- Surround Hinkley Point NPP action on March 10-11, 2012 (UK)
- Global Conference: Nuclear Power For Africa? on March 8-9, 2012 in Cape Town (ZA)
- Autobahn action day and afterwards manifestation against the Nuclear Waste Transport to Ahaus at the research center Jülich on February 25, 2012
- International Uranium Conference in Münster on February 4, 2012 (D)
- Global Conference for a Nuclear Power Free World on January 14-15, 2012 (J)
- start-up rally in Ahaus on December 18, 2011 at 2 PM for the protests against the proposed Nuclear Waste Transport to Ahaus in the beginning of 2012 (D)
- Nuclear Waste and Pollution Conference in Vilnius on December 6-8, 2011 (LT)
- Gorleben Castor Resistance in Germany 2011 on November 24-28, 2011 in France, Germany and particularly in the Wendland region (D)
- Action Day Against Nuclear Fundings on November 14-21, 2011 in France, Germany and Spain
- Walk For A Nuclear Free Future 2011-2015 in Australia, Canada, USA and Japan
- Blockade at Hinkley Point NPP on October 3, 2011 at Hinkley (UK)
- Blockade of the Grohnde NPP starting October 2, 2011 in Grohnde (D)
- Fukushima Action Day 2011 on September 19th, 2011 in Tokyo (JP)
- Olkiluoto Blockade 2011 on August 20, 2011 at Olkiluoto (FIN)
- International Anti-nuclear Network Meeting on August 1-5, 2011; in the region of České Budějovice (close to the Austrian-Czech border)
- Blockades of Nuclear Power Plants in Germany in June 2011 starting on June 18 at the Brokdorf NPP
- International Day Of Action For A Nuclear-Free Future on April 26, 2011
- Mass Demonstrations For A Nuclear Phase-Out in Germany on March 26 in Berlin, Hamburg, Köln and Munich
- Castor Transport to Lubmin from Karlsruhe to Lubmin nearby Greifswald (D) on February 15-18, 2011
- preparation meeting on January 17, 2011 at 7.00 PM in Lüchow (D)
- Castor Transport to Lubmin from France and Karlsruhe (D) to Lubmin nearby Greifswald (D) on December 14-16, 2010
- preparation meeting on December 3, 2010 at 6 PM in the house of the BI (citizen's initiative) in Lüchow, Rosenstr. 20 (D)
- Nuclear Waste Transport to and from Ahaus from several German nuclear facilities (D) and to Russia - demonstration on November 21, 2010 at 2 PM at the repository in Ahaus (D)
- Castor transport to Gorleben starts from La Hague (F) to Germany probably starting on November 5, 2010 and reaching Gorleben a couple of days later...
- big demonstration + start of anti-Castor blockades probably on November 6th, 2010 in Dannenberg (D)
- Devonport blockade in the UK on November 1st, 2010
- International Radioactive Waste Action Day (International Mayak Action Day) on September 29th, 2010
- Demonstration Against the Commissioning of the Final Nuclear Waste Repository Schacht Konrad on September 29th, 2010 in Salzgitter (D)
- Anti-atomic demonstration in Berlin on September 18, 2010 (D)
- Olkiluoto Blockade on August 28, 2010 (FIN)
- World Congress 2010 - Nuclear Abolition: For A Future! on August 25-30, 2010 in Basel (CH)
- Baltic Sea Info Tour on June 22rd-August 21st, 2010
- Turku (FIN): June 19-21
- Åland (FIN): June 22-24
- Loviisa/Isnäs (FIN): June 26-28
- Helsinki (FIN): June 30 - July 2
- St. Petersberg (RUS) and Riga (LV): July 6-8
- Riga (LV): July 11-13
- Belarus and Vilnius (LT): July 15-17
- Jezioro Żarnowieckie (PL): July 21-23
- Greifswald (D): July 26-28
- Copenhagen (DK): July 30 - August 1
- Malmö (SE): August 3-5
- Stockholm (SE): August 9-11
- Olkiluoto/Rauma (FIN): August 14-16
- Oulu (FIN): August 18-20
- 30 Years of Nuclear Resisters in Knoxville (USA) - event on July 4th, 2010
- Anti Nuclear European Forum (ANEF) on June 24th, 2010 in Linz (A)
- Encirclement of the waste facilities in Gorleben on June 5th, 2010 (D)
- Anti-Nuclear Camp at the German-Polish Border in Mescherin at Whitsun, May 21th-23th, 2010
- International Peace Walk Towards a Nuclear Free Future 2010 on February 11th-May 1st, 2010 in the USA
- Chernobyl Day - international days of action on April 24th-25th-26th, 2010
- Sizewell Nuclear Power Camp on April 23th-26th, 2010 in Sizewell, Suffolk (UK)
- International Anti-nuclear Network Meeting from March 25th-29th, 2010 in Helsinki (FIN)
- Blockade Aldermaston on February 15th, 2010, beginning at 7 am at the Atomic Weapons Establishment (AWE) in Aldermaston
- Preparation meeting of the Baltic Sea Info Tour 2010 in Elmshorn (D) at New Year 2009/2010
- Big Demonstration Against Nuclear Waste Transports to Ahaus on December 20th, 2009 in Ahaus (D)
- Don't Nuke the Climate! International Day of Action on December 12th, 2009
- UK Nuclear Power Strategy Weekend in London on November 21st-22nd, 2009
- Rally Against Uranium and Independent Expert Hearing in Ranua (FIN) against uranium mining on November 7th, 2009
- German Action Day Against Nuclear Power on November 7th, 2009
- Austria Out Of EURATOM Tour through several Austrian states (A) and final action in Vienna from September 15th-October 26th, 2009
- Action Days Against E.ON on 17th/18th October, 2009
- International Nuclear Waste Conference in Stockholm (SE) on October 17th-18th, 2009
- Shut down Fessenheim rally in Colmar (F) at "Place Rapp" on October 3rd, 2009 at 2 pm
- Anti-nuclear demonstration & conference in Colmar
- Polish Community Gives Up NPP Plans
- Gorleben Treck with tractors and protest actions from the Wendland region to Berlin (D) from August 29 to September 5
- manifestation in Berlin on September 5th, 2009
- Uranium Conference in Portugal on September 5th, 2009: "Os Potenciais Perigos do Urânio"
- Camp in Ranua Set Up to Monitor Areva's Mining Activities
- International Action Day To Stop Uranium Exploration Plans in Ranua (FIN) on August 13th, 2009
- International Anti-nuclear Network Meeting on August 4th to 7th, 2009 in Ljubljana (border between Austria and Slovenia)
- Study shows: Nuclear energy on downward trend worldwide
- Nuclear Climate Camp in Tervola/Lapland (FIN) from July 20th to 26th, 2009
- New attention to Church Rock uranium spill comes 30 years later
- Anti-Nuclear European Forum (ANEF) - Juni 17th, 2009 in Linz, Austria
- Uranium protest above the railway: French activist in German court on 4th of June
- Land Stewards Gathering from May 30-31, 2009 in Edmonton/Canada
- Illegal German Final Disposal Site Occupied
- In Finland, Nuclear Renaissance Runs Into Trouble
- Big Demonstration Against New Nuclear Power Plants in Finland in Oulu on 24 January, 2009
- Slash renewables target to protect nuclear, says EDF
- OL3 NPP- Building in Serious Safety Problems in Finland
- International Anti-nuclear Network Meeting in Frankfurt/Main (Germany) 29th December 2008 - 1st January 2009 at the Youth Environmental Congress
- see the Reader for the meeting! (PDF, 636 KB)
- Olkiluoto 3: Nuclear Waste From The EPR 7 Times More Hazardous
- 2008 world nuclear industry status report: Global nuclear power
- Anti Nuke in America - Support Needed
- Objection To The Final Disposal Site in Finland
- Outrageous news from Finland...
- Resistance against the CASTOR Transport 2008 in Germany - actions will start on November 1, 2008; big demonstration in Gorleben on November 8, arrival of transport on November 9; if our blockades are successful it could take until November 12
- resistance camp in Hitzacker (PDF flyers): German (334 KB) | English (80 KB) | French (78 KB) | Finnisch (76 KB)
- General Information about Gorleben, Castor transports, resistance and protest actions 2008 in FRENCH / Informations en fançais sur Gorleben, le transport nucléaire Castor, la résistance et les actions prévues en novembre 2008: http://www.eichhoernchen.ouvaton.org/deutsch/anti-atom/newsletter-pdf/DF-Newsletter1.pdf
- Reports & Images: Students' Demonstration in Lüchow | Castor Resistance 2008 - Ralley Monte Göhrde | Welcoming International Guests | Big Demonstration | Blockades On The Tracks | Gorleben Salt Mine Visitation | Gorleben Blockade Eviction
- Manifestation - 30 years no to Zwentendorf on November 5th 2008 in Vienna, Austria, http://www.arge-ja.at/
- Final Disposal Symposium in Berlin from October 30 to November 1, 2008
- Blockade of the Aldermaston Nuclear Weapons Factory successful
- BIG BLOCKADE ALDERMASTON - international blockade of the nuclear weapon facility near London/UK on October 27th 2008 - (images)
- Broken Control Rods at Swedish Reactor - same design as Olkiluoto!
- NUCLEAR weekEND near Loviisa (Finland), October 18th - October 20th 2008
- Renaissance of nuclear energy? - about finance crisis and comedown of nuclear in world electricity capacity
- Western Mining Action Network’s No Dirty Energy Summit: Albuquerque New Mexico USA in September (22-24th)
- international Uranium-Action-Day on September 20th 2008 - get local actions and events connected!
- Anti-Nuclear Camp in Russia
- International Peace Walk Towards A Nuclear Free Future 2007-2010
- network meeting in Bure: August 11th-13th 2008 -> protocoll
- Anti Nuclear Festival in Finland (postcard: front side, back side -PDF-files)
- Plans for new NPPs in Ontario/Canada seem to fail
- NPP Krümmel Blockaded Using Concrete And Tripods / Krümmel Offline After Third Accident Within 14 Days
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Biketour headed from Turku to Mariehamn for the start of the Baltic Sea Info Tour
On Tuesday June 22 the Nuclear Baltic Sea Info Tour starts in Mariehamn in Finland. On Saturday June 19 an anti-nuclear bike tour started from Turku (Finland) biking through the archipelago heading to Mariehamn. The purpose was to slowly start the bigger Baltic Sea Info Tour that will travel around the sea for two month until middle of August. The bike activists also wanted to tell locals on their way about the harms of nuclear power which directly affect the area where they were biking. They also wanted to show that traveling can be fueled by our own power.
The biketour started on Saturday 19th of June from the Turku market square, a central place with a lot of commerce, where there was a short info happening. People were handing out flyers and there was a banner announcing the purpose of the bikers gathering there: Stop Nuclear Power! - bike tour. In general people showed interest and several people stopped to talk longer. The basic feeling was nice and exciting, even though there had been rain promised for the whole weekend. There were 12 people taking part between ages 3 to 53. The people taking part were coming from different parts of Finland and there was also a Belgian activist.read more
Accidents in Nuclear Power Plants - Increasing Number With Raising Age
A recently published statistical report of the German radiation protection authority BfS showed an increasing amount of accidents and incidents in German nuclear reactors: In certain Pressurized Water Reactors the number of those incidents is raising since 1994. This tendency is connected to the age of the reactors and shows the necessity to close down these risky facilities immediately. The upgrading measures aiming to improve the safety have even worsened the risk as the statistics show. At the same time when more incidents happen, the probability of a serious nuclear accident is increasing.
Another publication of the Austrian environmental NGO Global 2000 shows the operating and decommissioned European nuclear power plants and makes some of their accidents examplarily visible. A map of Europe shows these nuclear facilities. In Germany on average every three days an incidents occurs and in French NPPs there another incident takes place on average every two days.
148,000 Protested Against Nuclear Power in GermanyOn Saturday 24 April, a few days before Chernobyl Day, some 120,000 demonstrators formed a 120 kilometer human chain between the Northern German NPPs Brunsbüttel and Krümmel - both reactors have been offline for years due to accidents. A convoy of tractors and other vehicles traveled from the Gorleben region for several days and joint the activists at the NPP Krümmel. Some additional 10,000 to 20,000 protesters encricled the NPP Biblis in the federal state of Hesse, which is the oldest German NPP in operation and which already accumulated about 800 accidents and incidents since its operation start. At the waste repository for spent fuel elements in Ahaus some 6,000 to 8,000 people protested against the planned waste transports to Ahaus and against the governments plans to extend the lifetimes of the German reactors.
Finnish Governments Proposal for Two New Reactors: Crazy and Irresponsible
On Wednesday the Finnish government announced that they will put a proposal to build two new nuclear reactors in Finland to the Finnish parliament: an additional plant at Olkiluoto in the Eurajoki region and a NPP for "Fennovoima", the German joint venture with several Finnish companies to establish a third nuclear site in Finland in addition to Olkiluoto and Loviisa. No-one but the nuclear industry needs more nuclear power plants in Finland. It's a shame that the Finnish authorities seem to be in bed with the nuclear companies.
The Finnish government's incomprehensible decision to support further new reactors has met with harsh criticism from anti-nuclear activists across Europe and beyond. The government is obviously willing to sacrifice people's health and the environment to the nuclear industry's profits. Anti-nuclear groups around the Baltic Sea plan an information tour in the summer, to educate about the impacts of nuclear facilities on the environment and people living in the region and to raise the awareness of the dangers associated with nuclear power.read more
No uranium mining in Alentejo - Portugal's radioactive legacy
Sheep and goats graze under the cork trees, the sun glitters silver on the leaves in the olive groves; gardens full of orange and mandarin trees; the streams gurgle sweetly as they flow; the aroma of ham, smoked sausage and the famous Nisa cheese is in the air: all around the little mediaeval city of Nisa, in Portugal, there is a wealth of tradition and good flavours. And that' s something that the people there, in the northern part of the Alentejo, don't want to give up for anything - least of all for uranium mining.
Portugal has been exploiting its uranium reserves as long as anywhere. The first license for mining this yellow, radioactive heavy-metal was issued a hundred years ago in 1909. After the Second World War Portuguese uranium oxide was used by both the Americans and the British for their nuclear industry and atomic bombs. By 1991, 62 mines, most of them in the central region orf Portugal, were already producing the mineral, but since then production has slowed, mainly because the price of uranium on world markets collapsed. Now, however, demand for this nuclear fuel has risen again, and since 1998, with higher prices, the prospect of mining has hung over the 3,600 residents of Nisa like a radioactive sword of Damocles as in 1959, about two kilometers from the edge of town, they discovered the biggest unexploited reserves of uranium anywhere in Portugal. Sixty percent of all uranium ore in the Alto Alentejo lies here, more than six million tonnes, of which about 650 tonnes of uranium oxide can be extracted.learn more
More Wind Power in Germany
Munich (dpa) - The consolidation of German wind power has reached a new record according to information of the "Süddeutsche Zeitung". After two years of stagnation the number of new wind power stations that started operation rose again in 2009, the newspaper reported on Wednesday (January 27th, 2010). According to a study of the "Deutsches Windenergie-Institut (DEWI)" the major renewable power generation branch has been clearly growing faster than expected. Therefore during the last year, nearly 950 wind power stations have been connected to the grid with a total capacity of 1917 megawatt - an increase of 15 percent compared with the previous year. This corresponds to the capacity of two nuclear power plants. Worldwide only the USA has a larger number of wind power stations. According to the report Germany reached a total capacity of 25,800 megawatt. The latest surge was surprising. At the beginning of the year, the branch had expected a deficit because of the worst economic crisis since decades.Source: Greenpeace Magazin (German)
Almost 50% of Albertans 'conflicted' about nuclear power, report says
More than a quarter of Albertans oppose allowing nuclear power plants to be built in the province, while almost half remain "conflicted" about the energy source, according to a new government report released Monday (Dec 14, 2009).
And people north of Edmonton - were several nuclear plants have been proposed - were more likely to oppose building the plants, by around 32 per cent, compared to the Calgary region, at 24 per cent, was the least opposed.
"Only those Albertans who hold consistently positive views of science and the nuclear industry - and are less concerned by the potential for negative consequences - actually want to see the government encourage nuclear proposals," said the report by Alberta Energy.
German Energy Giant RWE Withdraws from Bulgarian Nuclear Power Plant
In a letter to the Bulgarian Energy holding, the German company RWE announced on October 28th its withdrawal from the controversial Belene nuclear power plant (NPP) in northern Bulgaria. RWE cites doubts about the project´s profitability as the major reason for the company´s retreat.
"For the past 18 months, we´ve been pointing out to RWE that Belene is a high-risk project in terms of safety, economics, environment and corruption," says Heffa Schücking from the German environment NGO Urgewald. "It sure took the company a long time to face up to the facts," she comments.
RWE´s decision comes in the wake of a broad grass-roots campaign of German environment organizations against RWE´s investment plans in Belene. Some 30,000 German citizens sent letters and petitions to RWE´s CEO asking him to withdraw from the project. Several of the company´s major investors also spoke out against the plan to invest into a NPP in an area of high seismicity in a country with low nuclear standards and high corruption.
"This is the beginning of the end of Belene," says Petko Kovachev from the Bulgarian Green Policy Institute. "After 12 international banks decided to decline financing for the project in 2006 and 2007, RWE was Belene´s last hope," explains Kovachev. RWE was slated to provide 49% of the project´s equity and its decision to withdraw sends out a clear signal to investors and banks regarding the project´s questionable economics.read the whole article
Belarus: Hearings on Environmental Impact Assessment falsified
Today, on the 9th of October, public hearings took place on the question of construction of a nuclear power plant. All the entrances to the cinema where the hearings were held got blocked by riot police and streets were filled with cops in civil. Documents and leaflets containing criticism of the EIA (Environmental Impact Assessment) were illegally confiscated because of their 'doubtful' contents. Employees of state institutions were brought to the hearings by buses. The forcedly assembled audience was registered in advance, in violation of regulations. Many registered participants were not let inside.
Advocating was allowed only to the state employees in favour of nuclear power plant construction, others were denied to speak. The denial was justified by the fact that they supposedly had registered late. Thus, the procedure of hearings didn't meet the standards and the results can't be recognized as independent.
The Russian expert in nuclear physics Andrey Ozharovskiy was arrested in the morning on a charge of disorderly conduct. At the moment he is facing the court. Only 4 people were let into the courtroom, 2 of which are the witnesses. Anonymous men in civil are blocking the entrance to the court-house and refuse to identify themselves.
Thus, the authorities showed their true face again - they are not going to let the dissidents speak openly on the important matters to those in power.
Belarus Anti-Nuclear Resistance
Activities - Aktivitäten
"Europe's Nuclear Heritage" is a (research) project that is concerned with the usage of nuclear power and especially the debates on final repositories in Europe. Regarding these topics it works on networking between groups in different countries. Within this framework or associated to it the following activities took place:
"Europas Atomerbe" ist ein (Forschungs)-Projekt, das sich mit der Atomenergienutzung und speziell den Endlagerdebatten in Europa beschäftigt und hierzu auch eine Vernetzung verschiedener Gruppen in verschiedenen Ländern anstrebt. In diesem oder assoziertem Rahmen gab es bisher folgende Aktivitäten:
France - Frankreich
The current idea for the next possible project would be to visit the French exploration site in Bure combined with a meeting of local activists to also get a critical viewpoint.
Die derzeitige Idee für das nächste mögliche Projekt wäre eine Besichtigung des französischen 'Felslabors' in Bure (Wikipedia Artikel, Französischer Wikipedia Artikel) kombiniert mit einem Treffen mit dortigen Aktivisten um auch einen kritischen Standpunkt mitzubekommen.
Finland - Finnland
An excursion during February 2007 to visit the finnish nuclear power plant in Olkiluoto at whose site the final repository for highly radioactive waste is being planned.
Bei einer Exkursion im Februar 2007 ging es zur Besichtigung des finnischen Atomkraftwerks (AKW) Olkiluoto, an dessen Standort das dortige Endlager für hochradioaktiven Atommüll geplant ist. Beteiligt euch unter den untenstehenden Punkten an der Auswertung der Fahrt!
- Diskussion über einen Brief an TVO
- Eindrücke von der Fahrt
- gesammelte Fakten zu Olkiluoto, finnischer Atomenergienutzung und der Endlagerdebatte
- Vorbereitung der Finnland-Exkursion
Germany - Deutschland
Gorleben - Gorleben
In November 2006 a visit of the mine for final repository exploration at Gorleben was organised by the project. This included a visit of the underground facilities.
After this visit of the underground facilities and a lecture from the operating enterprise of the plant, we met Lilo Wollny, an old lady from the Gorleben resistance. She talked about the beginning of the protests and gave an overview of the security problems at the Gorleben nuclear waste disposal site.
Im November 2006 wurde im Rahmen des Projektes eine Besichtigung des Endlager-"Erkundungsbergwerks" im Gorlebener Salzstock organisiert. Diese enthielt auch eine Besichtigung unter Tage.
Nach der Führung durch den Gorlebener Salzstock und einem Vortrag der Betreiberfirma DBE trafen wir uns mit Lilo Wollny, einer alten Dame aus dem Gorlebener Widerstand. Sie erzählte uns von den Anfängen der Proteste und gab einen kleinen Einblick in die Sicherheitsbedenken gegen den Gorlebener Endlagerstandort.
Morsleben - Morsleben
An exhibition on the history of Germany's final repository for low and medium level radioactive waste at Morsleben, which is also available in english, is en route in different towns.
Eine Ausstellung zur Geschichte des deutschen Endlagers für niedrig- und mittelradioaktiven Atommüll Morsleben, die auch auf Englisch verfügbar ist, ist unterwegs in verschiedenen Städten.
In the past, a visit of the underground repository in Morsleben has also taken place.
There were several lobby meetings with different politicians to sensitize them for the problems of the Morsleben final repository and to exert pressure on the Federal Office for Radiation Protection to end their reluctance to give out information. These meetings are being continued throughout the year. Additionally, different actions and workshops took place on several occasions, including congresses and other events.
Auch in Morsleben wurde in der Vergangenheit eine Besichtigung im Endlager unter Tage organisiert.
Mit verschiedenen Politikern gab es 2006 Lobbygespräche, um für die Problematik um das Endlager Morsleben zu sensibilieren und um Druck auszuüben, damit die Informationsverweigerung des Bundesamtes für Strahlenschutzes ein Ende hat. Auch in diesem Jahr werden diese Gespräche fortgesetzt. Darüberhinaus fanden immer wieder Informationsveranstaltungen und Workshops in verschiedenen Orten und bei Kongressen und anderen Veranstaltungen statt.
Uranium Action Day in Finland
Banner promoting the Festival in Finland
Anti Nuclear Festival: Small banner action near the Finnish NPP Olkiluoto
Part of the residence of the Anti Nuclear Festival
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