Belgium: Stop the next Chernobyl!

Nuclear power has it supporters and it’s non-supporters me being the latter. I think we should be investing in renewable energy of which there are many options! I just don’t understand why people insist on pushing Nuclear power, just so they can profit from them!

This needs siging, as I just don’t think it’s worth the risk, it had a fire last week and 16,000 cracks reported come on that madness! If countries got together and put money into renewable energy insteady of funding war and terror then everyone could benefit from clean energy.

Nuclear experts are scared: Belgium has just restarted two ancient and cracked nuclear power plants that threaten to unleash another Chernobyl disaster right in the heart of Europe!

One of the aging reactors suffered a fire and explosion weeks ago and Belgium’s own nuclear safety chief called for checks after discovering 16,000 cracks! Neighbouring countries are raising the safety alarm and German Environment Minister, Barbara Hendricks, is ready to take our concerns into a meeting with Belgium on Monday. If enough of us back her in the next 48 hours, she can push Belgium to bring the plants to a halt until a thorough impact assessment is completed. Let’s stop this madness!

A radioactive nightmare in such an overpopulated area affects us all across Europe. Let’s urgently deliver 500,000 signatures to Minister Hendricks and key neighbouring countries before her meeting, and make it clear that EU citizens will not allow Belgium to put us at risk of another Chernobyl. Sign and share on Facebook, Twitter, email… everywhere before it is too late.

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Sign here – https://secure.avaaz.org/en/belgian_nuclear_shutdown_loc/?blSjShb&v=72145&cl=9375994139

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