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ICAN Australia has launched a new short film, as an adaptation of a special performance of the “Who by Fire” story, held on the eve of Nuclear Abolition Day, Friday 4 June, 2010.
Speeches from Muckaty Traditional Owners Dianne Stokes and Mark Chungaloo, and from Dr Bill Williams and others.
View other excellent videos about plans to impose a nuclear waste dump in the Northern Territory on the Beyond Nuclear Initiative website.
This video accompanies a report with photos on Melbourne Indymedia.
What the Olympic Dam expansion means for all Australians. BHP Billiton want federal and state government approval to bring 70 million tonnes of radioactive ore to the surface every year for the next 50-100 years. Because of the sheer volume of tailings – the waste material left over after the uranium and valuable minerals are extracted – will be largely dumped on the surface at the mine site. Produced by David Bradbury, Front Line Films.
While the threat of climate change is now widely accepted in the community, the potential for a host of nuclear power stations in Australia has raised questions about the best strategy for our country to move to a low-carbon economy.
A documentary by Scott Ludlam | Soundtrack by Jose Garcia | Produced by Anti-Nuclear Alliance of Western Australia.