a general phase-out of nuclear power.
the interventions in debates and actions.
- 2020 - Don't Nuke the Climate
on Actions, Activities, Petition at "dont-nuke-the-climate.org"
2, 2020 -
to Urge EC: Nuclear is NOT sustainable!
NO to Nuclear in the EU Technical Expert Group on Sustainable Finance (TEG).
by 53 Pan-European NGO networks (incl. INFORSE-Europe, FoE Europe,
WECF, EEB), national NGOs, and
The letter was sent to Valdis Dombrovskis (Executive Vice President, EC), Kadri
Simson (Commissioner, DG ENERGY), Frans Timmermans (Executive Vice President,
is a dangerous illusion to fight climate change. Nuclear
is NOT sustainable. It has high risk, high costs, slow, uneconomic,
vulnerable to accidents, disasters, stucks funds
and political attention from renewable energy and energy efficiency.
Possibility of accidents and its economic liability must be factored
into the decision making.
Download the letter
INFORSE-Europe site: Communique
(pdf) and Nuclear
Consulting Group (Communique pdf) and Dont-nuke-the-climate.org.
More: Download background from https://ec.europa.eu/info Taxonomy
Technical Report, June 2019 and Final
Report of the Technical Expert Group on Sustainable Finance. March 2020.
1-3, 2019 - CLIMATE-SDG SYNERGY CONFERENCE, COPENHAGEN
NO to Nuclear as Climate Solution, YES to Renewables and
People Powered Solutions
by Women Major Group, UNFCCC Women & Gender Constituency, and INFORSE.
Download the CSO
letter to the UN (pdf)
December, 2018: Petition
at UNFCCC COP24
False Climate Solutions - Do Not Support Nuclear Power at COP24
Article in ECO:
A Wolf in Sheeps Clothing, and
Tim Judson (NIRS): How
nuclear industry lobby was stopped at COP24.
April 2016 - CherNObyl+30
members were active in several forums marking the Chernobyl nuclear
power plant's catastrophe that happened 30 years ago.
The message was to urge for transitions to sustainable energy immediately!
There is a radical change taking place in the energy sector towards renewable
energy and energy efficiency all over the world. The myth about "high
of green energy" is gone.
Rising numbers of countries are moving towards increasing the renewable shares
of their energy supplies. Even France, the leading "nuclear" state,
adopted the energy-transition law last year, which set to decrease the nuclear
share in the electricity mix down to 50% (from 75% today) by 2025.
In Minsk, Belarus, experts reviewed the progress made by the European and global
energy sectors during the past 30 years since the Chernobyl catastrophe, and
the likely development trends in the next 3 decades. They discussed ways in which
Belarus, one of the countries that were most affected by the Chernobyl disaster
and that still continue to suffer from its consequences, can make use of the
opportunities available today to move towards a sustainable energy model.
24 April, 2016: International Conference "Chernobyl
+ 30" in
The Conference reviewed the consequences of the
Chernobyl NPP disaster, renewable energies development, energy conservation
and energy efficiency, current trends in the EC Energy policy and possible
energy strategies for Belarus. The Forum discussed the opportunities available
today to move towards a sustainable energy model, without nuclear power.
conference was held under the auspices of the Belarus NGO Association "Green
Network" with the support of the Kiev branch of Heinrich Boll Foundation
(Germany), the World Wind Energy Association, European Green Party and the
Belarus party "The Greens".
News on the event: UWEA,
and the European
1 April, 2016: XXX Catalan Conference for a
Future Without Nuclear Energy and Sustainable in Barcelona, Spain.
Organised by the Spanish INFORSE member GCTPFNN, coorganised by Eurosolar,
INFORSE, and many others.
Program in Spanish at: energiasostenible.org
April, 2016: A coalition of organizations and activists organized
more than 30
events in six countries.
Among the highlights are:
Belarus: "Chernobyl Week" including performances, exhibitions,
film screenings and the International Conference "Chernobyl + 30".
In Kharkov: Poster exhibitions on Chernobyl and Fukushima, and the Russian ecologist
Alexei Yablokov presented a new edition of the book "Chernobyl:
of the Catastrophe for human and nature."
by the coalition of organisations: www.chernobyl30.wordpress.com/english
april, 2016 Public Conference "30
years since Chernobyl: Witnesses of the past & nuclear
power today" in
organised by the EU Greens. Read more on the Program, film, analysis
on EU nuclear industry, and that the Greens Reject the EU Commissions "rosy" Vision
of nuclear power. at greens-efa.eu/30-years-since-chernobyl-15350.html
Action Days by FoE organisations: foei.org/news/chernobyl-30
Week by the International Chernobyl Network: internationalchernobylnetwork.org
Scars: The lasting legacy of Chernobyl and Fukushima" download
the report from
in all media including CNN, BBC, Guardian,
ABC News, Economists, Time, and National Geography.
REMEMBER and learn from the past: April, 26
International Day in Memory of Victims of Radiation Accidents
This was proclaimed by the
United Nations in 2003 - supporting a joint proposal of the Republic
of Belarus, the Russian Federation and
Chernobyl+30 & Fukushima +5
26-28 2016, Chernobyl Congress in Berlin, Germany
Read program, speakers and proceedings: www.chernobylcongress.org
12 December, 2015: Mass
Sign Petition & Virtual
Nuke the Climate",
JOIN the Campaign launched by WISE, NIRS, WECF, Reseau "Sortir du
BI Luchow-Dannenberg, Ecodefense, and Global 2000.
INFORSE signed the Petition.
Whether you come to Paris or not, you can SIGN the PETITION
and already JOIN
Read more on the Campaign,
in Paris on the 12 December, Join the Virtual March with online banner
with your own message, and Sign the Petition on
website of WISE: Campaign.
Link to sign the Petition for
organisations (WISE) and for Individuals
30 March, 2015 -
Climate Action Network Position
A Sustainable Energy World Without Nuclear Power (link
to Position CAN pdf)