Nuclear exploitation: how uranium mining harms communities webinar

Event Date: 11th April 2024
Location: Internet 6:30-7:30pm

A radioactive hazard sign on the fence of a uranium mine

Nuclear exploitation: how uranium mining harms communities webinar


There is still time to sign up for next week’s webinar on the dangers of uranium mining, its place in the nuclear fuel cycle, and how the practice has devastating consequences on local communities.


As Britain, the US, and others push nuclear power as an answer to global energy security and the green transition, the demand for uranium to fuel these new reactors has shot up – and dormant mines are now prime locations for the expansion of uranium extraction.


One such mine Register Now…

  • Thursday, 11 April, 6:30-7:30pm
  • Online, register here


With guest speakers: Carletta Tilousi, from the Havasupai Tribal Council – guardians of the Grand Canyon; Bruno Chareyron, Scientific Advisor at CRIIRAD (Commission for Independent Research and Information about RADiation); Linda Pentz Gunter, Beyond Nuclear. Chaired by Kate Hudson, CND General Secretary.


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