The Greens want to see an end to nuclear weapons and nuclear power.  The 20,000 nuclear weapons that exist today are obsolete relics of the Cold War and can end our world in an afternoon. Like landmines and cluster weapons, they must be abolished, through a Nuclear Weapons Convention.

The whole nuclear fuel chain – from uranium mining to the unresolved problem of nuclear waste – presents unacceptable environmental and security risks and is phenomenally expensive. Rather than leaving future generations the burden of nuclear waste, we should be giving them truly safe, clean, timely and economic solutions to reducing global greenhouse gas emissions.  The future is renewable, not radioactive.  


Answers needed on Australian spoiling tactics as nuclear ban treaty draws nearer

20 Aug 2016

Why did Australia vote against an historic international plan to move to a nuclear weapons ban?


Greens launch video to stop nuclear waste storage

05 Aug 2016

A powerful online video detailing the significantly risky and expensive proposal to store international high level nuclear waste in South Australia has been launched.


Greens applaud rare win against uranium mine at Yeelirrie

03 Aug 2016

The Greens have urged WA Environment minister Albert Jacobs to uphold the EPA’s advice to reject the controversial Yeelirrie uranium in the Goldfields of WA.


A process not a postcode for nuclear waste

10 Jun 2016

The Australian Greens would containerise nuclear waste at Lucas Heights waste facility while an independent, national inquiry into radioactive waste production and management was undertaken.


Atomic testing compensation long overdue

30 May 2016

Gold card for ADF veterans effected by atomic bomb testing.


Waste dump sites

19 May 2016

The Australian Greens have called for an independent, deliberative inquiry into long-term stewardship options for spent nuclear fuel.


SA’s future in renewables, not ‘fatally flawed’ nuclear waste dumps

09 May 2016

The Australian Greens have cautioned the South Australian Labor Government against rushing to a point of no return on international radioactive waste, with the release today of the final report of the SA Royal Commission into the expansion of the nuclear industry. 


Nuclear Waste

05 May 2016

There are no long‐term storage solutions for nuclear waste, which is why the Australian Greens believe that nuclear industry activities should be ceased entirely.


Why must we always force nuclear waste onto Aboriginal people?

03 May 2016

The long history of failed plans to locate national radioactive waste dumps here in Australia at multiple sites across South Australia, the Northern Territory and Western Australia is disturbingly consistent: it is disproportionately Aboriginal land that is targeted, and Aboriginal communities who are expected to host the most dangerous categories of industrial waste that this society is capable of producing.


Adnyamathanha Traditional Owners response to the National Radioactive Waste dump

02 May 2016

On the 27th of November 2015 the Adnyamathanha Traditional Owners released a statement outlining their opposition to the nomination of Barndioota station to host a National Radioactive Waste facility.

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