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Terms like ‘harmless’ waste are misleading and downplay the seriousness of the problem with nuclear waste
The thirtieth anniversary of Chernobyl is an important reminder of the risks and dangers of the nuclear sector. It is not a time to ignore important lessons in a bid to advance risky and radioactive uranium sales.
Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop's announcement this week to sell Australian uranium to Ukraine is an ill-advised and dangerous retreat from responsibility.
After directly fuelling the disaster at Fukushima, Australia should have taken steps to review and reconsider its role in the global nuclear trade
There’s no market, there’s no expertise, and there’s no need for Australia to become the world’s nuclear waste dump
The royal commission into the nuclear fuel cycle was a Trojan horse for potential international radioactive waste disposal in outback Australia
Like its short-lived predecessor, the Palaszczuk government seem just as reliant on the outdated framing of jobs, infrastructure and royalties from the resource sector
Australia's new uranium sales deals are derelict and dangerous
This week marks a significant anniversary in a landmark battle to protect a people, and a place. Justin O’Brien and Dave Sweeney explain.
The federal government has delivered a stiff slap in the face to due process and evidence-based policy development by ignoring an unambiguous red light on planned uranium sales to India
The government should pay heed to the findings of the JSCOT report and not be rushed by those with poor track records and overt atomic agendas
In late 2015 we have no national waste facility nor have we identified a possible future site. And we have a ship that is literally bringing this issue back home at a rate of knots.
A week-long fire in the World Heritage listed Kakadu has caused significant environmental damage and threatened Aboriginal art and cultural sites
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