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According to a scientific study published by The Lancet, even micro-doses of radiation are causing leukemia

According to a scientific study published by The Lancet,
even micro-doses of radiation are causing leukemia

Small amounts of radioactivity absorbed by workers in nuclear plants, radiologists, radiotherapists as well as their patients, can definitely lead to leukemia and other similar cancers according to a study called « INWORKS » published by The Lancet (Haematology – 22th June 2015), one of the three major scientific pubications in the medical field1. Read more ›


Letter to the International Review Board of Tihange 2 and Doel 3

Before their meeting in end of April we send the following letter to all members of the International Review Board which was established due to the cracked reaktor pressure vessels of Doel 3 und Tihang 2:

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Petition against the restart of Tihange 2 and Doel 3

d3t2_enPlease support our petition against the restart of Tihange 2 and Doel 3 at change.org

 

 

 

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Speech of Brigitte Artman during the demonstration in Tihange on 15th March 2015

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Message AFCN

Subject: RE: Your publication from 16.12.2014
Date: Thu, 19 Feb 2015 09:05:41 +0000

Dear Mr Schumacher,

Please find hereunder the requested quantitative data.

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We call for a demo from Huy to the Tihange nuclear power plant on Sunday 15 March at 14.00 hours

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4 November 2014 – Japan’s fraudulent nuclear policy continues – lecture with Kazuhiko Kobayashi from Tokyo

Fukushima , Hiroshima, Nagasaki.

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Report on the cracks in the nuclear power plants of Doel 3 and Tihange 2

Scientific study proves the irresponsibility of the continued operation of Doel 3 and Tihange 2.

Report: Defects in the Reactor Pressure Vessels of Doel 3 and Tihange 2

We dedicate this study to the factored in victims.


Cancellation of the visit in Tihange by Elektrabel (e-mail)

Dear,

We acknowledge receipt of your request to visit Tihange nuclear power station. Thank you for your interest in our generating facilities. Just like yourself, many interested people ask to visit one of our power stations, and in the past we have invested heavily in people and resources to keep such visits free of charge. Despite this, however, we have been unable to keep up with the demand, and so we are forced to define our target group more clearly. This means that in line with our policy of good neighbourhood, for our power station visits we will concentrate first and foremost on people living nearby, local schools and stakeholders within the area. Read more ›