Our mission statement:
To inform the world of the hazards of uranium mining.

If people know about how this dangerous material is taken from the earth, they will have an enriched point of view on the nuclear power issue in general.

Our work is about human rights, geological affairs, and last but not least these questions: Is it still viable to mine uranium? Is this a path governments and big firms should take to make their money?

We think you should think about it!

Uranium Mining - what are we talking about?

Our new film by Günter Wippel and Katja Becker, Narration Claus Biegert. read more

Booklet accompanying the film, in english and swahili

Controversial Uranium Projects

Focus: Greenland – Kvanefjeld

The plundering of Greenland Uranium and other resources the latest threat to precious sub-arctic ecosystems The first area is 1,042 square kilometers and located north of Arsuk and Kangiinnguiet and north of Narsarsuaq. The second area is 2,485 square kilometers and consists of two sub-areas around the Ilulileq and Paatsusoq fjords and the Kangerlussuatsiaq fjord,…

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Focus: Namibia / Rössing Mine

Namibia / RÖSSING Mine READ MORE 2015: Rio Tinto in Namibia – the Connelly CaseThis fact sheet reports the case of a uranium mine worker in Namibia who suffered health damages about two decades ago, and his legal battle against one of the largest mining groups in the world. – read more April 2012: EJOLT…

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Focus: Malawi / Kayelekera

Malawi has no laws for radiation protection. That means there is no benchmark for Environmental Impact Statements. In Malawi, there is not enough hardware or competent knowledge around to monitor the operation of a uranium mine.

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Focus: Spanien / Salamanca

Die Firma Berkely Energia Limited, mit Sitz in Perth West – Australien, die sich selbst als clean Energy Company darstellt, ist seit Herbst 2016 dabei, im spanischen Salamanca eine Open Pit Uranmine zu eröffnen.

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Focus: USA / Grand Canyon

Grand Canyon National Park: Under Attack by Uranium Mining Plans.

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Focus: Tanzania / Mkuju River uranium Project

Tanzanian government welcomed uranium mining as a solution to poverty and economic development, but the capacities to handle side effects like pollution or health risks in terms of laws and regulations are low.

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