Nukes Conference – Video

The video “Nukes Conference”, a brief documentation of the “Nucleaerization of Africa”-Conference, Johannesburg, November 2015, has been released, giving an impression of the discussions and outcomes of the conference in Africa.  Read original posting:  [iframe width=”560″ height=”315″ src=”https://www.youtube.com/embed/sHHw3-uyGVo” frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen ]

Feedback in pictures

The Federation for a Sustainable Environment co-hosted the recent Nuclearisation of Africa Conference.  The event brought together experts and interested parties on matters relating to nuclear energy, waste and mining of radio-active material. 

Podcast: Mycle Schneider and Andreas Nidecker

Prof. Nidecker of Radiology, University of Basel, Switzerland. Past president and board member of PSR / IPPNW Switzerland is interviewed along with independent international consultant on energy and nuclear policy releases, Co-author of yearly world Nuclear Industry Status Report, Mycle Schneider.  In this podcast they highlight topics and insights from the Symposium, “Nuclearisation of Africa”. 

Symposium highlights harmful effects of uranium mining

Federation For a Sustainable Environment « Nuclearisation of Africa » Symposium 19. Nov 2015 There is a clear global downtrend in the civil use of nuclear power, as documented by the annual World Nuclear Industry Status Report and as discussed at the international Symposium on « Nuclearisation of Africa » concluded on the 19th of […]

International Nuclearisation of Africa Symposium

The world has become sober to the unimaginable power of uranium after Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the nuclear accidents at Three Mile Island, Chernobyl and recently, Fukushima.A new set of serious health problems, collectively known as Gulf War Syndrome, and epidemiological data from the Wismut cohort have become available to researchers.

Nuclearisation of Africa – a symposium

A symposium in Johannesburg from 16 to 19 November will address the nuclearisation of Africa.  The 4-day event will focus on Uranium mining and health, environmental, legal and socio-economic issues.  In addition one entire day will be devoted to to renewable energies.

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