11 Facts About Anti-nuclear


Anti-nuclear movement is a social movement that opposes various nuclear technologies.

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Anti-nuclear groups highlighted the fact that other stages of the nuclear fuel chain – mining, milling, transport, fuel fabrication, enrichment, reactor construction, decommissioning and waste management – use fossil fuels and hence emit carbon dioxide.

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Anti-nuclear movement is a social movement which operates at the local, national, and international level.

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Anti-nuclear groups have undertaken public protests and acts of civil disobedience which have included occupations of nuclear plant sites.

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Anti-nuclear groups have tried to influence policy implementation through litigation and by participating in licensing proceedings.

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Anti-nuclear called on the worldwide Christian solidarity to provide wide support for this anti-nuclear campaign.

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Anti-nuclear activities were among the reasons, but the primary motivations were the overestimation of future demand for electricity and steadily increasing capital costs, which made the economics of new plants unfavorable.

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Anti-nuclear is best known for comparing nuclear safety to the relative safety of a wide range of other phenomena.

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Anti-nuclear activists are accused of encouraging radiophobic emotions among the public.

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Anti-nuclear argued that if non-nuclear plants were judged by the same standards as nuclear ones, each US non-nuclear power plant could be held responsible for about 100 deaths per year.

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Anti-nuclear finally rejected his later neutral position regarding nuclear power in March 2011.

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