Member States should be aware of significant and potentially costly omissions from the European Commission’s proposed Euratom directive, to be delivered by Commissioner Oettinger on 3 November 2010. The risk is that a sub-standard Commission...
Two qualified Greenpeace radiation specialists delivered four radioactive samples in two concrete and lead-lined containers to Parliament’s twin entrances on Rue Wiertz. Dozens of trained Greenpeace volunteers zoned off areas with tape before...
Together with two radiation specialists they have delivered samples of radioactive waste in two concrete and lead-lined containers collected from unsecured public locations in UK, France, Belgium and Niger to the door of EU Parliament to remind...
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.
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, 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.
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.
Would you drive a car if it had no brakes? Probably not. Yet nuclear power has been driven for the last 50 years by the nuclear industry and some European governments with no concern for the safety of its deadly by-product: nuclear waste.
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