Issue 382 of New Internationalist
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A feeling of helplessness
Kashmiri poet Murtaza Shibli works on the London Underground, where he thought he was safe from bombings and destruction – until...
A boy carrying firewood home, captured by Kenyan photographer Carol Kaminju.
No nukes is good nukes; find out how.
Think renewables are no match for nuclear? Think again.
Green & Black
Alex Kelly and Carla Deane find Aboriginal Australians leading the fight against the nuclear industry.
Chernobyl: a fever of forgetting
As we approach the 20-year anniversary of the world's worst nuclear accident at Chernobyl, Magnum photographer Paul Fusco meets...
Proponents of new fusion technology promise it will deliver clean and limitless power to the masses. Peter Montague is having a...
Toxic time bomb
Tonnes of poorly contained radioactive waste threatens to become an ecological disaster in Central Asia. Gulnura Toralieva...
Cancer rates near nuclear stations – blight or ‘blip’?
Recent scientific research suggests that higher cancer rates near nuclear power stations are a direct result of higher radiation...
Science is often heavily biased towards nuclear technology. Alice Cutler speaks to Dr Ian Fairlie about the impacts of government...
Paul-E Comeau looks back at some of the cultural impacts of the 'Atomic Age'.
Nuclear is the new black
Nuclear is becoming cool again, thanks to concerns over global warming. Adam Ma'anit thinks it's all just a lot of hot air.