The Greens want to see an end to nuclear weapons and nuclear power. The 20,000 nuclear weapons that exist today are obsolete relics of the Cold War and can end our world in an afternoon. Like landmines and cluster weapons, they must be abolished, through a Nuclear Weapons Convention.
The whole nuclear fuel chain – from uranium mining to the unresolved problem of nuclear waste – presents unacceptable environmental and security risks and is phenomenally expensive. Rather than leaving future generations the burden of nuclear waste, we should be giving them truly safe, clean, timely and economic solutions to reducing global greenhouse gas emissions. The future is renewable, not radioactive.
30 Oct 2012
Revelations of two major radioactive leaks endangering workers at an Indian nuclear power station strengthens the case against ...
26 Oct 2012
Australian documentary maker David Bradbury was detained by police late yesterday in Tamil Nadu while investigating the Indian ...
22 Oct 2012
Lifting the ban on uranium mining in Queensland is the latest broken promise by Premier Newman and is another blow in the Queen...
18 Oct 2012
Senator Ludlam asks the Australian Safeguards and Non-Proliferation Office (ASNO) questions at Supplementary Estimates 18 October 2012
17 Oct 2012
Senator Ludlam asks questions of ANSTO at Senate Estimates 17 October 2012
16 Oct 2012
Office of the Supervising Scientist at Supplementary Estimates
16 Oct 2012
Scott Ludlam spoke to the press about uranium sales to India.
15 Oct 2012
"The Prime Minister should put human rights and safety before uranium profits during her current visit to India," said Australi...
11 Oct 2012
ATSB investigations of wind related train derailments