“This year, April 26, the 31st anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster, will mark the first year the United Nations observes the date as an International Day of Remembrance. The commemoration is bold, wedging the catastrophe’s place among some of humanity’s deepest scars.” – Thus Charles Digges opens his evaluation for Nordic environmental group, Bellona, of the Chernobyl disaster three decades on.
Dave Lowry’s Blog 26th April 2017 read more »
Environmental group Friends of the Earth Scotland has branded atomic power the “ultimate unsustainable form of energy” on the anniversary of the worst nuclear disaster in mankind’s history. Today marks the 31st anniversary of the tragic accident which saw reactor number four at Chernobyl power plant in the Ukraine blow up with devastating consequences. Dr Richard Dixon of Friends of the Earth Scotland said this event should never be forgotten. He said: “The explosion at Chernobyl brought the world’s nuclear plans to a screaming halt and they have never recovered.
Energy Voice 26th April 2017 read more »
Children Still Endangered by Chernobyl Radiation in Russia; Russia Pretends Area Has Improved; Removes Medical, Social Insurance and Compensation
Mining Awareness 26th April 2017 read more »