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Australia does not want or need a nuclear industry. Uranium mining, nuclear reactors, nuclear weapons and radioactive waste threaten the health of people and the environment now and far into the future. It is unsafe, uneconomic and unnecessary.

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Response to the 23-24 Federal budget from a nukes perspective

May 10, 2023

Friends of the Earth nuclear-free campaign response to the 23-24 Federal budget: AUKUS nuclear submarines make Australia more vulnerable to nuclear attacks. They create an opening for a nuclear industry that has radioactive risks for all Australians and beyond, but especially First Nations communities...

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Volunteer for a nuclear-free future

March 21, 2023

Australia has just taken a significant step towards nuclear disaster, by committing $368 billion dollars to nuclear submarines and therefore opening the door to more uranium mining (Australia is the 3rd biggest exporter of uranium), nuclear waste dumps, and potentially nuclear power and weapons....

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Court case: Barngarla Traditional Owners ' vs proposed nuclear Waste Dump

March 01, 2023

March 6-10 will see the court case on the judicial challenge The Barngarla Traditional Owners against the Federal government over the proposed nuclear waste dump on their land. The Federal government is spending millions of dollars fighting Traditional Custodians over their right to be...

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