The World Heritage Committee agrees boundary change that will allow uranium mining at the Tanzania Selous Game Reserve - a World Heritage site. As in Cumbria the regulators and those who are supposed to be watchdogs are bending over backwards to accommodate the nuclear industry A foreign uranium mining conglomerate will be allowed to exploit … Continue reading Elephants, rhinos, environment under threat from 60 million tons of radioactive waste
Please print out the letter below and ask your family and friends and everyone to sign - the letters can be sent direct to Tim Farron MP or to Radiation Free Lakeland email rafl @ mariannebirkby.plus.com for address Letter to Tim Farron MP - Radioactive Waste in Landfill An application to extend the life of … Continue reading Nuclear Waste NOT MENTIONED in Lillyhall proposal.
http://youtu.be/ob1rYlCpOnM "For the second year running, Sellafield Ltd has scooped the URS Safe Facility Award, beating off competition from around the world. The Pile Fuel Cladding Silo (PFCS) team is celebrating bringing this prestigious trophy back to Sellafield. Calder hall won the Safe Facility award in 2012 and for Sellafield to win the award two … Continue reading Nuclear Industry Awards Itself – “No One Died” (really? …)
Radioactive Laundry Heading to a Drain Near You. The Environment Agency “do not hold information” about where Sellafield is sending its highly radioactive laundry - Tim Farron MP has been asked: who the hell does hold information about Sellafield's hot pants and is anyone monitoring them? A Cumbrian laundry, Shortridge, supplying some of the most … Continue reading Sellafield’s Hot Pants – Fracking Hilarious – we will die laughing.
Today's News and Star reports that a 7 year old suffered second degree burns on a school trip to St Bees. Sunshine is an expected risk at the beach. At St Bees beach and most other Cumbrian beaches sunshine is not the only risk. The risk that parents are not being warned about is the … Continue reading St Bees Beach Burns Children – and not just the sunshine!
Unpublished letter to local press... - Radioactive Raspberries and Radishes - Dear Editor, Eating locally produced food is a joy and also cuts down on food miles. If you grow your own or harvest wild crops such as blackberries for free, even better. Kendal author Mike Berners-Lee has been touring the UK talking about his … Continue reading – Radioactive Raspberries and Radishes –
An important article on Nuclear-news.net full article here: http://nuclear-news.net/2013/07/13/53997/ Bloggers and Journalists, time to fight back against oppression UNESCO extends its call for proposals: Research on the Safety of Online Media Actors Doing Journalism 12.07.2013 – Communication & Information Sector Image source ; http://www.computing.co.uk/ctg/news/2280613/gchq-prism-allegations-to-be-investigated-by-the-intelligence-and-security-committee UNESCO launches a call for research proposals in order to produce … Continue reading Bloggers and Journalists, time to fight back against repression