The largest nuclear power plant in Europe is just two hundred kilometres from the frontlines of the Russian war against Ukraine. This same plant is operating dangerously close to the end of its designed lifespan, but the Ukrainian government is pushing to keep it alive, without informing the public.

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Last week we banned nuclear weapons. It still feels a bit surreal to think that we pulled it off.

But what does it all mean? Treaties and international law is sometimes a complex issue, and we’ve gotten a lot of questions about what the treaty does and how it will work. So we thought we collect the most common questions we get.

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As we gather in our celebration of this extraordinary achievement, let us pause for a moment to feel the witness of those who perished in Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Both at that time in August of 1945, and over these 72 years, 100,000 of people, each person who died had a name. Each person was loved by someone.

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The proposed 6000 MegaWatt (MWe) nuclear power plant at Mithivirdi in the Bhavnagar district of Gujarat has now been officially slated for Kovada, Andhra Pradesh. A decade long struggle to save their land has ended in victory for the villagers of the region.

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