The News That Matters about the Nuclear Industry






PUBLIC MEETING in the House of Commons

hosted by Michael Meacher, MP

please RSVP to let us know if you’d like to attend so we can have an idea of numbers: email

committee room tba 19:00 – 21:00

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WEDNESDAY 11 MARCH 2015 – the actual anniversary of the Fukushima disaster:

VIGIL opposite the Japanese Embassy 101 Piccadilly London W1J 7JT

17:30 – 19:30

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assemble Hyde Park Corner at 12:00 for start at 12:30

followed by:  RALLY  at old Palace Yard opposite the House of Commons from 14:30

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The Granville Community Kitchen, Kilburn, London

please RSVP to let us know if you’d like to attend so we can have an idea of numbers:

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other 311 events in the UK

other 311 events around the world

films re 311

art exhibitions re 311

our friends in Australia

our friends in Belarus

our friends in Belgium

our friends in Brazil

our friends in Canada

our friends in Finland

our friends in France

our friends in Germany

our friends in India

our friends in Japan

our friends in Lithuania

our friends in Spain

our friends in Taiwan

our friends in the UK

our friends in the USA


organised by: CND, JAN UK, KICK NUCLEAR:



  1. I want to compliment you on this website. It is truly informative and your articles tell it like it is!

    You really should link this Action page on to get the word out even more.

    Keep up the amazing work!

    Comment by Amy | September 13, 2011 | Reply

    • this is a belated thank you for your comment, Amy
      ene news is doing an amazing job. I am relying on it more and more, as the mainstream news really avoids the “difficult” stuff

      Comment by Christina MacPherson | July 29, 2012 | Reply

  2. some interesting comments and perspectives..
    first i would like to say thatmore than 60 percent of the worlds energy is used by the corporations to support a very energy consumptive society. With mass unemployment because of the need for energy hungry machinery that has replaced skilled workers and there products with short lasting plastic products. Windows no longer last hundreds of years as plastic becomes brittle after a few decades as an example.

    The point i am getting at is we could reduce the need for this large scale electricity by cutting the use by the corporations and using alternative technologies like the aluminium fuel cell and 12 volt systems instead of the higher voltage we use now.

    Although the idea of a small amount of nuclear fuel going far, there is still the waste to consider. After some of my own investigations i found that melting these nuclear waste products causes NO2 pollution to name but one pollutant caused by these processes. The UK is a case in point with the highest deaths from NO2 in Europe, which i maintain is from Sellafield and La Hague fuel reprocessing and decommissioning of nuclear facilities in recent years. As you fairly pointed out about transparency in the industry is not improviong and i think it is because of the real huge costs of this technology. Even the Norwegian investors left TEPCO with huge losses and the Dutch investors enquired as to the health issues in Fukushima and were ignored.

    I was going to volunteer for work at Daichi but have since found out the scale of the coverup and that info is on this blog.

    As to thorium, its not looking to good. There is a reactor in norway and it is not proving efficient so far.

    i will stop here and let our statements be seen and assesed by our viewers.
    there might be follow on comments but the nuclear-news crowd is usually silent on issues. So i am not holding my breath :)
    Many thanks for your input.

    Comment by arclight2011part2 | January 12, 2014 | Reply

  3. Here is a list of Fukushima 3rd Anniversary events:

    Comment by Guest | February 19, 2014 | Reply

  4. Pub Med: sulfur can protect and repair the damage of radiation exposure

    Godzilla is a movie, radiation is a fact and many have forgotten about the elements which we choose to make radio active so we can make weapons. Now our electrical supply source becomes out enemy world wide because some one forgot what Pub Med has published seven times: Sulfur can protect and repair the damage of radiation exposure.
    What can it not repair?
    There is 100 tons of yellow dirt sitting on the ground in Hawaii ready for some areoplane to dump the elemental sufur onto the puny reactors GE knew would fail, they never liked the Japanese.
    In the reactors, in ocean, in the people of Japan and world wide sulfur can make the biology no longer fatal.
    GE could afford a plane or two to pull this off, and keep the Japanese air force out of the air in this remake of Tora Tora, with much happier results.
    We have been watching organic sulfur protect and repair our study members who for fear did it all, the sulfur kept them alive, all of them.

    Got sulfur?

    Patrick McGean

    Comment by Patrick McGean | May 18, 2014 | Reply

  5. Good news for students [use link] I’m Alex Reid Founder of This is how much I care about you and nature

    Comment by Google "saveNaturefree" | June 4, 2014 | Reply

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