On December 13 the Hiroshima High Court ordered a temporary injunction suspending operations at Shikoku Electric Power Company’s Ikata NPP Unit 3. Citizens’ Nuclear Information Center (CNIC) welcomes this judgment and expresses our respect for the plaintiffs and lawyers who fought hard to prove that Ikata NPP is dangerous, as well as all the citizens of Hiroshima who have supported them.

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TWO NEIS TV SHOWS FROM CAN-TV CHICAGO CAN-TV presents two shows sponsored by NEIS from the “Where Are the People: The Human Toll of the Nuclear Age, from Fermi to Fukushima” week, taped in Chicago as part of the observance of the 75th anniversary of the first human controlled nuclear chain reaction, Dec. 2, 2017. 1.) “The Human Toll … Continue reading “Where Are the People” shows hit the airwaves …read moreRead More


Through a massive rally and ‘chetavani sabha’ (warning/cautioning meeting), the people of the region, a majority of whom belong to the Gond adivasi community, sent a clear message to the Central and State Governments, through the local administration – that they do not want the nuclear plant which threatens their safety and livelihood, destroys the fragile ecology, and ruthlessly uproots them.

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Through a massive rally and ‘chetavani sabha’ (warning/cautioning meeting), the people of the region, a majority of whom belong to the Gond adivasi community, sent a clear message to the Central and State Governments, through the local administration – that they do not want the nuclear plant which threatens their safety and livelihood, destroys the fragile ecology, and ruthlessly uproots them.

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Interview with Prof. Kate Brown author of “Plutopia: Nuclear Families in Atomic Cities and the Great Soviet and American Plutonium Disasters” about the high number of cases of rare birth defects near the Hanford Nuclear Reservation.

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Last week, President Donald Trump announced he was summarily reducing the Bears Ears National Monument by 85 percent, thereby opening archaeologically rich sites to uranium mining.

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The following is a speech delivered by Setsuko Thurlow, a survivor of the August 1945 atomic bombing of Hiroshima, on behalf of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN), winner of the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize, as released by the Nobel Foundation.

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