Roundup of German anti-nuclear news

von Diet Simon - 23.04.2005 19:40

Activists are marking the 10th anniversary of resistance to nuclear   waste being carted to Gorleben, a village in northern Germany. "A high-temperature thorium reactor in Hamm shut down in 1989 is costing five million euros a year." The government majority in the German parliament has rejected a move by the conservative opposition to start using an abandoned iron ore mine in Salzgitter, north Germany, as a final nuclear dump.

German nuclear power stations

Bearbeitet am: 27.07.2005/ad

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