Greenpeace’s works hard to expose the risks and costs associated with nuclear power in Canada. A large part of that work is done through producing scientific, solutions-based reports that monitor industry’s actions, government legislation and emerging trends in the energy sector.

From Chernobyl to Fukushima: Remember and Rethink 
Japan nuclear disaster --- Canadian nuclear reactors 

The nuclear reactor disaster in Japan points out again that serious accidents are possible with all reactor designs, including Canadian-designed reactors. Check our reports and other documents for more insight into nuclear concerns. For example:

Read Risks of operating CANDU 6 for more safety issues.

Read The Nuclear Liability and Compensation Act to find out how the federal government protects the nuclear industry from paying for accident damages.

To learn about the difficulties of storing hazardous nuclear waste for a long time, read Rock Solid

You can browse through our reports, briefing documents and fact sheets here.


Briefing documents

Fact sheets