Project 90 by 2030 supports the Earthlife Africa and Coalition Against Nuclear Energy events commemorating 25 Years since Chernobyl.
Planned actions/events in Cape Town:
- 18th April – (12:00pm to 14:00pm – Piersquare, Heerengracht Street, with handover at 1:00pm). – A demonstration of concern about the events at Fukushima, a commemoration of the legacy of Chernobyl, a protest against the IRP2 (South Africa’s 20 year electricity plan which includes at least 3 new nuclear power stations) and the submission of statement of solidarity to the Japanese Consul-general in sympathy with their plight.
- 21st April – (12:45pm to 14:00pm at 6 Spin Street Cape Town) “Investigating South Africa’s nuclear goals” – by Gray Maguire – Earthlife Africa Branch Secretary
- 21st April – (6:15pm at the Labia) Screening of the documentary “The Nuclear Comeback” with a facilitated discussion afterwards.
UNCLEAR WHAT TO DO WITH THE LONG-TERM WASTE
UNCLEAR WHO WILL COVER THE COSTS OF NUCLEAR ACCIDENTS, EVACUATION PLANNING, INSURANCE SHORT-FALLS, LONG-TERM WASTE STORAGE, DECOMISSIONING AND RELATED SECURITY ISSUES
UNCLEAR HOW MUCH TAX-MONEY GOES INTO SUBSIDISING NUCLEAR POWER
UNCLEAR WHY WE’RE SPENDING OUR TAX MONEY ON SUCH AN EXPENSIVE, DANGEROUS, NON-RENEWABLE TECHNOLOGY, WHEN THERE ARE TRIED, TESTED, SAFE, RENEWABLE TECHNOLOGIES – WHICH CAN BE UP AND RUNNING IN JUST A FEW YEARS!