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Fessenheim: no to climate vandalism!

Fessenheim: no to climate vandalism!

Voices of Nuclear joined on the 29th of June 2020 a gathering in Paris in front of the Greenpeace France premises to commemorate 40 years of successful operation, for a climate-friendly electric supply, of the Fessenheim nuclear power plant and denounce its...

Rally to protest the closure of Fessenheim

Rally to protest the closure of Fessenheim

NO to the closure of our climate citadels! If Fessenheim is to be a symbol, let it be that of the negligence of a few politicians against the stakes of a whole nation. On Saturday February 22nd, rally to defend it.

Low-carbon electricity in Europe

Low-carbon electricity in Europe

During the Saint Sylvester night, as Europe celebrated the upcomiing New Year, here is the reality of the carbon intensity of the energetic mix for each country. France, Sweden and Norway are still the lowest in carbon emissions…

Happy New Year 2020 !!!

Happy New Year 2020 !!!

Best wishes for a Happy and Prosperous New Year 2020 !! We wish you : a good healt, well-being, happiness, energetic independence and security, development, access to healthcare, to education for everyone, progress in using the atome…

Already 68 years of nuclear electricity!

Already 68 years of nuclear electricity!

68 years ago, on December 20, 1951, the first kilowatt-hour of nuclear energy was generated by EBR-I (Experimental Breeder Reactor I, the ancestor of today’s “Generation IV”). That day…

Nuclear Tour de France

Nuclear Tour de France

The Nuclear Tour de France originated at Nuclear Pride Brussels last spring. NUCLEAR TOUR DE FRANCE told by Philippe Hansen, member of the Voices and worker in the nuclear.

Open letter to French delegates

Open letter to French delegates

The European Parliament voted for the exclusion of the nuclear energy from green investments. The Voices wrote to all the French delegates to encourage them to counter this decision…

Pollution knows no frontier!

Pollution knows no frontier!

Poles plead with Germany to keep reactors running, for the environment’s sake. More than 100 scientists, intellectuals and activists have written an open letter…

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