Friends of the Earth's Anti-nuclear and Clean Energy (ACE) campaign has been working creatively against the nuclear industry for over 35 years, because of its treatment to indigenous people, its contribution to nuclear weapons proliferation risks and its serious, long-term environmental impacts. We promote clean energy solutions to climate change & the current energy crisis.
Get involved and come along to the collective meetings at Friends of the Earth in Collingwood, Melbourne. Contact email@example.com to find out when and how to get some nuclear free action happening!
Please note this webpage is no longer being updated - visit the FoE Melbourne and FoE Australia websites for updated info and let us know by email if you'd like to be added to our email list for occasional updates with nuclear news and events.
The ACE Collective meets on Wurundjeri land and recognises that sovereignty has never been ceded. Always was, always will be, Aboriginal land.
RADIOACTIVE EXPOSURE TOUR 2015
Friends of the Earth's 2015 Radioactive Exposure Tour to NSW and South Australia will depart Melbourne on Saturday 27th June and return on Wednesday 8th July. These tours have exposed thousands of people to the realities of 'radioactive racism' and to the environmental impacts of the nuclear industry.
From blue coast to red desert, this year's 'radtour' will visit two operating uranium mines, Australia's only reactor at Lucas Heights, the former proposed nuclear power site at Jervis Bay, the Woomera missile testing site associated with the British atomic bomb tests, hotspots of uranium exploration, historical sites of resistance, Lake Eyre, the Mound Springs, the Flinders Ranges and much more!
If you're interested in joining in the 2015 radtour, email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Hannah 0424 626 774.
To register to go on the radtour, please fill out the form at http://bit.ly/1EsGbXA
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Banner picture: Mound Springs on Arabunna country in SA, natural oases that have been vastly depleted by the water usage of BHP Biliton's Olympic Dam mine, further south on Kokatha country. Taken on the Radioactive Exposure Tour 2013.
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