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#439-440 - September, 1995 - Special: Uranium Mining in Europe - The Impacts on Man and Environment

Nuclear Monitor Issue: 
#439-440
Special: Uranium Mining in Europe - The Impacts on Man and Environment
29/09/1995
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Peter Diehl

Uranium Mining in Europe

The Impacts on Man and Environment

About the author: Peter Diehl, born in 1954, was for many years speaker of the Citizen Committee Against Uranium Mining in the Southern Black Forest (Germany). The committee struggled against the planned commercial operation of the Menzenschwand uranium exploration mine. From 1988, he visited many uranium mining sites in Europe. In 1991, he organized a European conference of citizen comittees opposed to uranium mining, the first conference of its kind after the fall of the iron curtain.

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© 1995 by [email protected] - Peter Diehl
Photographs: Peter Diehl

Special thanks to Monica Muurlink of WISE Glen Aplin, who edited the text of this brochure in her solar-powered hut in the Australian bush.