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23 Jun 2017

“Human chain against Belgian nuclear plants”

Tageszeitung (taz)

With a human chain stretching over three countries, activists in Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands are to protest against the incident-prone Belgian nuclear plants Tihange and Doel, Tobias Müller writes in Tageszeitung (taz). The organisers of the international human chain expect around 60,000 people to take part in the campaign next Sunday. “There have been many protests against Tihange in the region in recent years. But never something of this magnitude,” Müller writes.

Read the article in German here.

For background on Germany’s nuclear exit, see the CLEW dossier The challenges of Germany‘s nuclear phase-out.

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