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Belgium’s neighbours anxious about the country’s nuclear revival

European green parties join forces to fight the reopening of ancient power plants Doel and Tihange in Belgium

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The Shadow of Chernobyl: then, today and tomorrow

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Three decades after the accident, the European Greens are in Chernobyl to raise awareness on the impact of the disaster then and how it has affected the region, the environment and its people

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Nuclear energy is not an alternative

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Last week we commemorated the disaster that happened 5 years ago in Fukushima. We take the opportunity to look at the current state of nuclear power plants and their safety

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3/11: Remembering Fukushima

4 years on from the Fukushima nuclear disaster, Greens in Japan and Europe jointly advocate for a nuclear free energy economy.

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Energy Union – A recipe for rollbacks

Greens want a truly forward-looking Energy Union for Europe, and we will fight hard to prevent this goal being hijacked by fossil and nuclear lobbyists and status quo policies.

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Hinkley subsidy: Outgoing European Commission grants nuclear lobby major victory

European Green Party Co-Chair Reinhard Bütikofer comments on the decision by the European Commission to allow the British government to provide state aid for a new nuclear reactor at Hinkley: “This is an extremely unfortunate decision, and goes in the face of the Commission's own guidelines on state aid to energy companies."

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28th commemoration of Chernobyl disaster

26 April marks the 28th anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster. Despite the tragedy occurring almost three decades ago, the consequences are still being felt, and containing the dangerous radiation is an ongoing, dangerous struggle.  

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Fukushima anniversary – Europe must abandon nuclear energy

On the third anniversary of the Fukushima disaster, Green parties across the EU are remembering the victims of the tragic accident and are calling for a Europe-wide nuclear phase out. Nuclear energy is expensive and highly risky and Greens will continue to fight against it. People voting Green in the next European elections in May can be sure what they get: a clear ‘no’ to nuclear and a big ‘yes’ to energy saving and renewables.

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Greens commemorate third anniversary of Fukushima Disaster

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Three years after the catastrophic tsunami and nuclear disaster in Fukushima, Greens across Europe are joining together to stand in soldarity with those affected, and call for an end to nuclear power.

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UK and Irish Greens team up against state funded nuclear power plant

The Green Party of England and Wales and the Green Party of Ireland are strongly opposing a UK government plan to build a nuclear power plant at Hinkley Point, an area in South West England that overlooks the Irish Sea. They are working hard to expose the economic and environmental risks of the plan, and hope that an EU scrutiny may still derail this socially and environmentally damaging project.

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