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Our weblogs from around the world. Making Waves covers general Greenpeace and environmental news, Nuclear Reaction spotlights the nuclear industry, and from Greenpeace UK, the Energydesk, reporting on Energy and Climate issues.

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Contaminated water around Caetité uranium mine: update

Blog entry by Justin | 30 October, 2008

Earlier this month research by Greenpeace found that drinking water around the Caetité uranium mine in Brazil showed uranium contamination levels as much as seven times higher than World Health Organisation’s recommendations. In a...

Nuclear News for October 30th 2008

Blog entry by Justin | 30 October, 2008

Some other stories from the nuclear industry you may have missed: Forbes: Trouble Awaits Nuclear Investors ‘Indian industry has hailed the signing of the U.S.-India nuclear agreement as an opportunity to solve crippling power...

'It's more powerful than just wearing a t-shirt'

Blog entry by Jamie | 30 October, 2008

It’s slightly weird being docked after ten days at sea. I woke this morning to find Jakarta hovering on the horizon with container ships lining the route into Tanjung Priok port, and sadly the glistening blue seas and dense white...

Captain's Blog - Medway Morning Mooring

Blog entry by Lisa | 29 October, 2008

The latest from Mike, our captain on the Rainbow Warrior “Rainbow Warrior you are entering the Medway compulsory pilotage area without a pilot. You must stop your vessel and leave the area. You are breaking maritime law.” That’s what...

Live from Rainbow Warrior at Kingsnorth

Blog entry by Lisa | 29 October, 2008

Live webcam images Up to the moment blogging from Bex Twitter Updates

Belgium’s nuclear industry over-extends itself

Blog entry by Jan Vande Putte | 29 October, 2008

Over the last weeks, pro-nuclear politicians in Belgium have launched an attack in the media against the law which phases out nuclear power. This law, passed in 2003, would shut down the seven reactors one after the other when they...

Nuclear Ethics

Blog entry by Justin | 29 October, 2008

The ethics surrounding the nuclear industry are curious things and worthy of study. Just look at the levels of cover-ups, misinformation, disinformation, and propaganda that gush from its public relations departments. You wouldn’t...

Nuclear energy news for October 29 2008

Blog entry by Justin | 29 October, 2008

Some other stories from the nuclear industry you may have missed: New York Times: Rate of Nuclear Thefts ‘Disturbingly High,’ Monitoring Chief Says ‘Dr. ElBaradei, in his annual report to the General Assembly, said nearly 250...

The Rainbow Warrior is on her way to Kingsnorth coal plant

Blog entry by bex | 29 October, 2008

As Lisa mentioned , the Rainbow Warriors in the UK, continuing on its mission to free the world from the threat of coal. Right now, I’m sitting on the Warrior as she steams towards Kingsnorth power station – potentially the site of...

Even El Baradei is tired of hot air around the nuclear energy

Blog entry by Aslihan | 28 October, 2008

Following on from yesterday’s entry of taking simplicity too far – this morning, it’s refreshing to see that simplicity was the essence of the message given by Mohammed ElBaradei – Head of the UN Atomic Energy Agency and Nobel Prize...

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