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Chernobyl - where have you been ?

Angelika Beer: "A catastrophe that galavanized us" (in German)Eva Lichtenberger: "The bunker in the garage" (in German)Sepp Kusstatscher: "Horror and enragement" (in German)Elisabeth Schroedter: "The arrogance of the responsibles - in the past and in the present" (in German)Claude Turmes: "Spooky at...
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Chernobyl confernce - Day 2

On Tuesday, the conference "Chornobyl+20 – Remembrance of the future" started with a plenary session on sustainable energy. Dr R. Loske, Green member of the German Bundestag gave a presentation on the way towards a renewable energy future. He underlined the considerable expense involved with the nu...
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Chernobyl - where have you been ?

Angelika Beer: "A catastrophe that galavanized us" (in German)Eva Lichtenberger: "The bunker in the garage" (in German)Sepp Kusstatscher: "Horror and enragement" (in German)Elisabeth Schroedter: "The arrogance of the responsibles - in the past and in the present" (in German)Claude Turmes: "Spooky at...
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Chernobyl confernce - Day 2

On Tuesday, the conference "Chornobyl+20 – Remembrance of the future" started with a plenary session on sustainable energy. Dr R. Loske, Green member of the German Bundestag gave a presentation on the way towards a renewable energy future. He underlined the considerable expense involved with the nu...
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Scientific consequences of the Chernobyl catastrophe

While there is a large consensus about the ongoing devastating environmental, social, political and economic consequences of the disaster, the International Atomic Energy Agency opens its own conference in Kiev with the aim of downplaying the consequences of Chernobyl.
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Chernobyl remembrance

On Saturday 22 April, Green MEPs and MPs, together with representatives of the Heinrich Böll Foundation, visited the exclusion zone around Chernobyl - there is a wider 30 km zone and a 10 km zone, in which permanent residence is forbidden.The first stop was the small town of Chernobyl, a typical Uk...
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Chernobyl remembrance

On Saturday 22 April, Green MEPs and MPs, together with representatives of the Heinrich Böll Foundation, visited the exclusion zone around Chernobyl - there is a wider 30 km zone and a 10 km zone, in which permanent residence is forbidden.The first stop was the small town of Chernobyl, a typical Uk...
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Scientific consequences of the Chernobyl catastrophe

While there is a large consensus about the ongoing devastating environmental, social, political and economic consequences of the disaster, the International Atomic Energy Agency opens its own conference in Kiev with the aim of downplaying the consequences of Chernobyl.
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Remember Chernobyl? Remember Chernobyl!

The Chernobyl disaster will continue and nobody will ever know the true extent of the damage to people and the environment. However, we do know enough to completely reject the slightest risk of this happening again!
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A remembrance to repress and to forget ?

Rethinking the catastrophe was the motto of the first day of the conference in Kiev. More than 400 people took part in the opening of the conference in the 'House of the Teacher' on Sunday, 23 April.