Nuclear accidents

Is nuclear energy the answer?

Event Date: 
Thu, 01/10/2009 - 19:00
Location: 
Melbourne

The nuclear comeback - is nuclear energy the answer?

Screening of  the excellent documentary "Uranium: Is it a Country?"

A discussion will be followed with Jim Green, National Nuclear Campaigner, Friends of the Earth.

MAPW Fact Sheet: Nuclear ship visits to Australia, 2009

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MAPW Media Release: Doctors applaud withholding uranium from Russia

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Australian regulatory framework and radiation protection standards. Dr John Loy - 2000

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Proliferation dangers associated with nuclear medicine (HEU). MAPW - 2008

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Nuclear accidents

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