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Come along to Anti Nuclear and Clean Energy Campaign meetings on every 2nd Tuesday, 6pm at Friends of the Earth office.

312 Smith Street Collingwood

Next meet: 12th March 2013 at 6pm - 7:30pm

If you can't come along to meetings but would still like to support our campaign, please contacts us as there is always lots to do. Let us know if you would like to be added to the weekly e mail list for campaign and news updates.

Contact ACE (Melbourne) Gem Romuld 0421 955 066

National: Jim Green 0417 318 368

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Donate to Friends of the Earth;s Anti Nuclear and Clean Energy (ACE) campaign, online at or phone 03 9419 8700, PO Box 222 Fitzroy VIC 3065.



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Check out the website: to sign up for a monthly campaign update and to sign the NSW Uranium Free Charter.

STOP Australian company LYNAS from exporting a toxic legacy, onto an unwilling community in Kuantan, Malaysia


Please sign the below petition and share through your networks?Add your voice to the petition for Government at-? the petition at

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Environmental protection laws under attack? Changes are afoot to dramatically wind back cornerstone federal environmental protection laws. Under these changes, State Governments would be given sweeping powers to assess and approve major development projects. If implemented, these changes would be a disaster for our nation's environment and wildlife.?Please support our campaign to ensure these powers are not undermined.

Our petition is available here: on the campaign is available here:

If you use TWITTER, @naturenotneg

'When the Dust Settles' DVD available for free!

1500 copies of David Bradbury's DVD 'When the Dust Settles' are available for free (though you'll have to pay for postage).

Postage is $20 per box of 100.

Contact Robyn or Jim

It is also online at and at!__site/videos


TORO Appeal - no uranium mining in WA!

Please take a minute to watch the video EPA appeal from Mr Glen Cooke in Wiluna and please forward to your friends. Thanks to Curtis Taylor for filming and editing and the Hon Robin Chapple for footage.

It is important that people continue to write to the EPA and to the Environmental Minister separate from the appeals process.

Send a message to State Environment Minister Bill Marmion and Federal Environment Minister Tony Burke, letting them know that West Australians say no to the Wiluna uranium mine proposal at Lake Way and don't want to give the nuclear industry the chance to weasel their way into our state.

More info:

Uranium Free WA

Sign the online charter saying no to uranium mining in Western Australia

Put the brakes on toxic trucks ? no nuclear waste at Muckaty

To: Resource Minister Martin Ferguson, Prime Minister Julia Gillard

Muckaty proposed waste dump

Online Petition ? against the proposed national radioactive waste dump at Muckaty Station in the Northern Territory

Japan ? Shut down the nuclear restart. Sign now!!

Japanese PM Noda is rushing to restart nuclear reactors for the first time since 3.11 -- despite failing to fix the broken nuclear safety system that led to the original meltdown.


I just signed the petition "TO STOP BURNING OF RADIOACTIVE DISASTER DEBRIS IN KITAKYUSHU" and wanted to see if you could help by adding your name.

Our goal is to reach 20,000 signatures and we need more support. You can read more and sign the petition here:

Japan - Okinawa

Japan has moved to accept Fukushima radioactive debris into Okinawa. This would be a disaster, not just for tourism, but for the already struggling residents who do not need to add threats to their long term health to their burdens.

Japan - Fukushima

Online Petition ? protect the children of Japan against radiation exposure?

Tell EPA, don't sacrifice Navajo water for uranium mining!

Former uranium mine worker and Navajo leader Larry J. King has gathered 10,000+ signatures and growing on a petition to stop new uranium mines that will contaminate Navajo drinking water supplies. Hydro Resources requested a permit 23 years ago to mine from an aquifer at four sites in two New Mexico towns: Church Rock and neighboring Crownpoint. It has since received permits from the EPA and NRC and the state. The Eastern Navajo Diné Against Uranium Mining has been fighting the plan since 1994. The site is on private land but within the Navajo community. The Navajo Nation has banned uranium mining on its own lands. Mining from the aquifer for uranium will pollute the water under the two towns and make it undrinkable. Read more and please sign the petition to the Environmental Protection Agency which is revisiting its decision to grant Hydro Resources a permit.


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