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20 Apr 2010 - 00:00


Stop Nuclear Power Network broadsheet (Apr 2010)

The paper you are reading was produced by the Stop Nuclear Power Network, a non-hierarchical network of groups and individuals committed to resisting nuclear power in Britain and worldwide (see bottom left). With this paper, we are trying to do something to counter the spin of government and nuclear industry. Nuclear power is not the answer to climate change, neither is it safe, nor is it economical, nor is it needed.

1 Jan 2001 - 01:00

The nuclear industry is trying to promote itself as the answer to climate change. Yet, at the recent Climate Conference in the Hague, even the United States had given up supporting nuclear power. If Scotland were to build another nuclear station the costs would mean we would not invest in renewables, we would lose our world lead in wave power technology and we would leave even more nuclear waste for future generations to deal with.

1 Jan 2010 - 01:00

Summary briefing of German government-commissioned research (KiKK study) showing that there are large increases in cancer in children under five who live near nuclear power stations.

Download the CND briefing as PDF at

29 Aug 2014 - 18:05

The Close Capenhurst Campaign has just published a new factsheet.

Why Close Capenhurst?

You can download it at: -

8 Mar 2011 - 11:00

Pete Roche's daily news roundup is an incredible resource. Click here to access today's roundup.

In the future, we will be trying to integrate it into this website.

This daily news is produced by No 2 Nuclear, and funded with help from the Nuclear Free Local Authorities, Greenpeace and Friends of the Earth, as well as donations from individuals and other groups.

26 Mar 2011 - 21:14

The notes for the 'Basic Nuclear Physics' workshop can be downloaded in PDF format or else are available online from

1 Feb 2010 - 01:00

This Q & A explains the arguments against nuclear power, showing why it is not the answer to climate change, being far from a carbon-free energy source. Its true costs are summarised and its unique dangers are highlighted, including nuclear weapons proliferation, the potential for catastrophic accidents and the problem of radioactive waste.

1 May 2008 - 00:00

The economics of new nuclear power stations for the UK do not add up. It is not possible to achieve what the Government says it will do – build a new generation of nuclear stations in England without public subsidy.