Kate Hudson: Thirty years ago this week, a catastrophic nuclear accident took place. Thousands have died as a result, communities were devastated and displaced, and the legacy of environmental damage lives on.
Huffington Post 26th April 2016 read more »
Field studies show that the intense radioactivity released by the Chernobyl and Fukushima nuclear disasters is seriously and unequivocally damaging to wildlife, writes Timothy A. Mousseau – in stark contrast to theoretical studies that show little or no impact on plant and animal health and populations.
Ecologist 27th April 2016 read more »