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No nuclear in China - not anywhere

Blog entry by Greenpeace East Asia | 2012-10-31

Last week  Reuters reported  that China will approve a small number of new nuclear reactors before 2015 to be built in coastal regions.  Greenpeace has always fought - and will continue to fight - vigorously against nuclear power...

Are you at risk of a nuclear accident? Our map shows millions around the globe are.

Blog entry by Justin McKeating | 2012-03-02

More than 400 nuclear reactors operate around the world right now. There's a very good chance that you, your family or your friends live close enough to one to be directly affected by a disaster like the one that happened at the...

7 must know facts about nuclear in South Korea

Blog entry by Greenpeace East Asia | 2013-09-25

1. A round 80% of Korea's primary energy supply comes from fossil fuels and 16% from nuclear energy, with just 2% supplied by renewable energy.  Korea ranks only 15th in the G20 for its investments in renewable energy, lagging...

130 metres high in Busan, South Korea

Blog entry by Jun Kwon Song | 2013-07-24

The following was originally posted on Greenpeace International, July 10, 2013. Today is my second day, 130 metres in the air, on the Gwangan Bridge in Busan, South Korea. This bridge is the symbol of Busan and I'm here with a...

[Investigate] Remembering Fukushima

Magazine Article | 2012-03-16 at 10:40

The Fukushima nuclear disaster last year in Japan prompted the world to reflect on nuclear power. A year later and the true extent of the accident is still emerging.

South Korea tramples human rights and ignores lessons from Fukushima

Blog entry by Pino Lee | 2012-12-12

This was originally posted on Greenpeace International on December 10, 2012.  Today is the International Human Rights Day and what better way to mark it than by launching a court case against injustice in South Korea. With so...

Greenpeace activists in South Korea taken by police for banner drop

Blog entry by Cindy Baxter | 2012-05-03

Greenpeace activists have been taken away by police for questioning in Samchoek for hanging a banner on the front of the City Government building. The 18 x 4.5m banner reads: "Nuclear free Korea is in the hands of Samchoek citizens...

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