The mining and use of uranium results in uncontrollable operations: nuclear power, weapons, destruction. The Nuclear Free Future Foundation has been educating and showing alternatives for over 25 year
An international jury of activists and scientists selected the winners of the Nuclear Free Future Award 2020 in the three categories resistance, education and solution – each prize is endowed with 5000 US dollars:
Category Resistance: Fedor Maryasov and Andrey Talevlin, Russia
Category Education: Felice and Jack Cohen-Joppa, USA
Category Solution: Ray Acheson, Canada/Ireland
Special Recognition: Deb Haaland, USA
Due to Corona, the Nuclear Free Future Award will be presented this year in an online dossier. At www.nuclear-free.com you will find detailed information on the prizewinners as well as photos and video clips. Webinars with the prize winners will also be offered in the next two months. Cooperation partners are Greenpeace Umweltstiftung, IPPNW Germany and Beyond Nuclear.
On Thursday, July 16, 2020, the Nuclear Free Future Foundation together with the Münchner Zukunftssalon, Beyond Nuclear, IPPNW and the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation presented the English edition of the Uranium Atlas in an online event.
All those who were unable to attend live can watch the event on Youtube. Moderator: Claus Biegert (Nuclear Free Future Foundation) and Linda Gunter (Beyond Nuclear, USA). Guests: Makoma Lekalakala (Earthlife Africa, South Africa), Ian Zabarte (Speaker of the Western Shoshone Nation, Nevada, USA), Anna Rondon (Activist of the Navajo Nation, New Mexico, USA) and Sascha Hach (Peace Researcher, NFFF, Germany). Video messages from: Tina Cordova (Trinity Downwinders) and Larry King (Church Rock eyewitness). Directed by: Franza Drechsel, Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung.