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1 World Information Service on Energy (WISE) Information network on nuclear power since 1978, with a focus on empowering grassroots movements- and activities Amsterdam, March 9, 2013

2 A.About WISE B.About the nuclear debate C.About the global nuclear status Amsterdam, March 9, 2013

3 WISE activities 1. network 2. research and publications 3. campaigns Amsterdam, March 9, 2013

4 1. Network WISE in 11 countries 250 groups Support Demand following Amsterdam, March 9, 2013

5 2. Research, publications, action materials Reports, posters, brochures, dvd’s Action material (badges, stickers, T-shirts) Nuclear Monitor

6 3. Campaigns Our aim is always: to empower and encourage others to become active –Direct actions –Debates, publications –Symbolic actions –Always with others Amsterdam, March 9, 2013 Yokohama, January 2012

7 Campaigns Yokohama, January 2012

8 B. Nuclear debate; facts and figures on nuclear power 1. The ‘old’ arguments 2. The new arguments Amsterdam, March 9, 2013

9 Old: Waste and radiation

10 Old: Environmental consequences uranium mining

11 Old: Safety / accidents

12 Old: Proliferation

13 New: Costs / economics Amsterdam, March 9, 2013

14 New: uranium supply?

15 New; climate change

16 3. Nuclear Industry status Contribution nuclear power (proportianal) -17% in ,3 % in ,2% in 2030 (IAEA) In absolute numbers: -A slow decline aswell -2030: most NPP’s reach end of life-time Amsterdam, March 9, 2013

17 3. Nuclear Industry status Public opinion -1992: 65% against new build -2003: 54% against new build -2011: 69% against new build -In all those years: more than 75% want renewables Amsterdam, March 9, 2013

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21 Nuclear Industry Status Startups and Shutdowns Nuclear Phase Out Decisions Newcomer Program Cancellations New Nuclear Countries Amsterdam, March 9, 2013

22 To conclude Nuclear is on a decline, We will win, But we need to work hard, And we need to colaborate, and, Express our solidarity with the people in Japan Thank you Peer de Rijk, WISE director


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