Nuclear Weapons and the Uranium Trade: a perspective from India

Thursday 10th April, 6:30-8pm
Kindness House
288 Brunswick St, Fitzroy, Melbourne

In Melbourne next week we'll be connecting the anti-nuclear movements in Australia and India, the history of nuclear testing in the Marshall Islands and the impending Australia-India uranium export deal.

Radioactive exposure tour on in 2014

Friends of the Earth is hosting the annual Radioactive Exposure Tour from 12-27 April 2014.

Since the 1980s, the “Rad Tour” has taken thousands of people to the heart of the Australian nuclear industry, exposing the realities of “radioactive racism” and the environmental impacts of uranium mining.

Shareholders urged to divest from Lynas

MEDIA RELEASE Friday 29 November 2013

Malaysian 'eco super heroes' protest shareholder meeting in Sydney

Chain Reaction magazine out now

Chain Reaction is the national magazine of Friends of the Earth Australia. It is published three times a year and the November edition is now available.

It has an assessment of the Federal Election aftermath, a 40 year reflection on forest activism in WA, a report on the new FoE Platypus Project and a feature on uranium, nuclear poer and nuclear weapons.

Nukes in a Nut Shell - 4 films

The ACE Collective (Anti-Nuclear and Clean Energy) are pleased to invite you and your friends to a four-part film and discussion series on all things nuclear. The time has come for some self-education and to showcase some of the best nuclear films.

If you don’t know what Muckaty is, why nuclear won’t solve climate change or what radioactive racism means, it sounds like you need Nukes in a Nutshell.

Tuesday 8th October: Uranium Mining and Radioactive Racism

Major Parties fail their nuclear test

August 19, 2013

Chain Reaction magazine

Chain Reaction #118 − August 2013

National Magazine of Friends of the Earth, Australia


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James Price Point / Walmadan: A huge win − Nicola Paris                                      

Reflections on winning from Camp Walmadan

James Price Point victory − Martin Pritchard

Qld State ALP reaffirms support for uranium ban

There has been a positive response to the reaffirmation of Queensland ALP opposition to uranium mining, announced in state Parliament on April 16.

NGOs release alternative report to Uranium Implementation Committee

High Risk – Low Returns: the case against uranium mining in Queensland is the NGO and civil society response to the LNPs undemocratic decision to go ahead with uranium mining in our state.

New Report: Australian rare earth corporation dumping toxic waste on the environment and future generations in Malaysia

MEDIA RELEASE Thursday 14 March 2013


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