The children, eight girls and four boys aged seven to 11, are from Belarus, in Eastern Europe, which is still affected by the 1986 Chernobyl
or Fukushima is an unusual experience because although radiation is everywhere, it cannot be seen, smelled, or felt.
New York, NY, November 20, 2013 --(PR.com)-- On Monday, November 25th, Children of Chernobyl
(CCOC) will mark the Chernobyl
disaster's 27th anniversary where legendary actor Jon Voight will host the Children At Heart Gala, a star studded benefit and celebrity fantasy auction honoring Liev Schreiber at Chelsea Piers supporting the group's rescue missions and outreach.
TODAY marks 10,000 days since the Chernobyl
nuclear disaster, the effects of which are now devastating a new generation.
22 ( ANI ): The researchers of the 1986 Chernobyl
nuclear disaster in the Soviet Union have brought a new focus to the forthcoming long-term effects on Japanese wildlife following the Fukushima No.
nuclear plant accident is one of the most significant technological disasters of the second half of the 20th century in terms of radiation levels and population and territory exposed.
THE VERDICT A GROUP of fun-loving American teens on holiday in Eastern Europe foolishly take an unauthorised tour of an abandoned city near the devastated Chernobyl
FAMILIES are needed to host visits from children from the radiation-affected Chernobyl
26 years after the Chernobyl
nuclear catastrophe, millions of people are still living in dangerous environments, and thousands are suffering health, social and financial impacts, but many governments still consider atomic energy and related technologies as economically efficient and reliable.
Radioactive substances released from the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant were dispersed roughly one-10th of the distance of those spewed after the Chernobyl
accident in 1986, the Japanese science ministry said Tuesday.
25 Years Later: Crime Without Punishment is a pick for any college-level collection strong in environmental conservation and Russian studies, and synthesizes the few professional papers translated from Russian into English, going beyond the prior lack of detail to include discussions based on original sources published in Russian.
Commemorating the 25th anniversary of the Chernobyl
nuclear disaster, MEPs, on 10 May, slid into consideration of how Europe should talk nuclear safety following the Fukushima catastrophe.