Brussels/Luxembourg - Energy ministers today recognised the need for substantially more renewable power and energy efficiency as the basis for Europe’s energy future, but fell short of a clear call for action. Poland alone did not support the...
European leaders are being misled over the safety of underground disposal of highly dangerous nuclear waste which could poison groundwaters for centuries, a new study concludes.
Brussels, International — The European Commission presents its proposals for a new Euratom directive on nuclear waste on 3 November 2010.
Member states should be aware that this sub-standard directive has significant omissions.
International — Greenpeace delivered radioactive waste to the door of the European Parliament today to remind MEPs in their last plenary session before considering a new nuclear waste law that there is no solution to nuclear waste.
Brussels, Belgium — European leaders are being misled over the safety of underground disposal of highly dangerous nuclear waste which could poison groundwaters for centuries, a new study concludes.
Prague, Czech Republic — Greenpeace activists projected messages, including ‘Nuclear Undermines Climate Protection’ and ‘Energy [R]evolution Now!’, against the backdrop of the illuminated Prague Castle, drawing attention to the dangers of...
Brussels/Helsinki, International — Greenpeace met EU Energy Commissioner Andris Piebalgs this morning in Helsinki to brief him on safety violations at the Olkiluoto-3 nuclear power plant construction site, ahead of a site visit by the...
This briefing illustrates why - for now, and for the coming hundreds of thousands of years - the nuclear waste problem is here to stay and why we should stop wasting our time with nuclear power.
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