ASEAN, say "NO" to nuclear power

Tell ASEAN to divert from the nuclear path it laid down in the Treaty of Bangkok & repeal the nuclear development provision in the ASEAN Energy Cooperation Plan for 2010-2015.

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"The Fukushima disaster shows that nuclear power is inherently unsafe. The 'clean and safe' nuclear energy that the industry talks about is a myth. A disaster like this can happen again and the impacts are devastating. More than 150,000 people had to abandon their homes, livelihoods and many of them will never return."

In Southeast Asia, the government of Vietnam, Malaysia and Indonesia have all indicated that they are moving full steam ahead with nuclear development despite the Fukushima disaster, while the governments of Thailand, Singapore, Cambodia and the Philippines have opted to proceed with alleged caution. Pursuing the nuclear option, accordingly, is to address the growing energy demand while reducing carbon emissions of an aggressively economically developing region.

We are calling for the the ASEAN to divert from the nuclear path it laid down in the Treaty of Bangkok and repeal the nuclear development provision in the ASEAN Energy Cooperation Plan for 2010-2015Help us to make the message clear to ASEAN and its member countries, sign up now!

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