In a letter to new DECC minister Ed Davey Environment Group member of Cumbria Churches Together, Sir Martin Holdgate has said ‘While community acceptance of any possible repository site is of course desirable, the imperative is its environmental suitability for thousands of years to come. A bad site remains a bad site even if it … Continue reading Former Chief Scientific Advisor to Government questions ‘voluntarist’ approach to Nuke Dump in Leaky Cumbria
" Whole-body doses of gamma radiation administered to ewes between days 22 and 25 of gestation produced deformities of the thoracic limbs in their lambs (8). Exposure of ewes to radiation between days 23 and 27 caused a high occurrence of defective pelvic limbs in their lambs (8). Prognathia and palatoschisis resulted when ewes were … Continue reading Lamb Deformities caused by Midge Virus? Or ….. cumulative radiation …. anyone asking?
Today in court EDF is pushing for an injunction against ALL anti nuclear campaigners Radiation Free Lakeland send their full support and antinuclear solidarity - wish we could be there today to support in Court! This is the second film made about the occupation of Langborough Farm on the proposed site of Hinkley C - … Continue reading Occupation of Langborough Farm, Somerset
Cumbrians opposing the MRWS (Managing Radioactive Wastes Safely) charade use their own funds to attend meetings and expose the lies. Meanwhile the government quango tasked with looking after the interests of the Lake District (Lake District National Park) are in receipt of money from the government quango tasked with "steps towards geological disposal (MRWS). Lord … Continue reading Everybody’s got a price ? Lord Clark, MRWS and the Lake District National Park
["Landscape of Thorns", concept by Michael Brill and drawing by Safdar Abidi, from Marking the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant for 10,000 Years] It has been confirmed that Keswick Town Council has, rather bizarrely given the town's reputation as tourist hot spot, voted to carry on the government 'steps towards geological disposal.' The vote was 5 … Continue reading Keswick Town Council Votes For a Nuclear Dump
'Trust Us' The parish council of "One of the largest villages in England" voted unanimously* last night to reject continuing on any further steps to a geological dump 1000 metres deep x 26 km square. Seaton joins Cockermouth Town Council and Above Derwent Parish Council in emphatically rejecting the government's orchestrated campaign to turn Cumbria … Continue reading Seaton Parish Council says No to Nuclear Dump
http://www.abovederwent.org.uk Adopted Position of Above Derwent Parish Council by unanimous resolution no. 245-11/12 15th February 2012 Conclusions We believe that “West Cumbria” should now withdraw from the MRWS process because: We have no confidence in the Right of Withdrawal We are convinced by the argument that nowhere in Cumbria has suitable geology … Continue reading Above Derwent Parish Council Says NO to Nuclear Dump