STOP  Kudankulam Nuclear Powerplant in Tamilnadu,India
  • Petitioned Government of india

This petition was delivered to:

miss.j.jayalalitha,chief minister,tamil nadu
Government of india
prime minister
Government of India.

STOP Kudankulam Nuclear Powerplant in Tamilnadu,India

    1. Karthik Balajee L
    2. Petition by

      Karthik Balajee L

      New Delhi, India

1) Risk of childhood acute leukemia around French nuclear power plants (NPPs). case–control study, included 2,753 cases and 30,000 controls.odds ratio (OR) of 1.9
2)"thyroid cancers detected in children after the Chernobyl accident were likely to have been caused by direct external or internal exposure to short-lived radioactive fallout, such as 131I (half-life 8·04 days) and 133I (20·8 hours)."
Children exposed to the Chernobyl accident at a young age—up to 10 years—are at high risk for thyroid cancer.
3)Release of Isotopes during the Chernobyl Accident.
4)2.2-fold increase in leukemia and a 1.6-fold increase in solid tumor, among children under five years of age living in the 5 km circle around nuclear power plants when compared to residence outside this area.
5)Short-Term and Long-Term Health Risks of Nuclear-Power-Plant Accidents
6)Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant accident-"number of people dead or missing after the March 11 earthquake and tsunami in Japan approaches 28 ,000"
7)List of civilian nuclear accidents

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    • liz palmer DURBAN, SOUTH AFRICA
      • over 2 years ago

      Why mess with something that's risky, a health hazard, costs the earth and does produce energy for that long, but remains toxic for hundreds of thousands of years - when solar eg doesn't cost or pollute the earth and will never run out?

    • Frank Winkler MUNICH, GERMANY
      • over 2 years ago

      Because either we will stop soon nuclear madness - or nuclear energy will end the human race. This statement is proven by Hiroshima, Chernobyl , Fukushima.....

      BUT there is a way out with solar and windenergy - we just have to use them more intensive:).

      YES WE CAN live in a Solar World:)

    • jawahar marimuthu CHENNAI, INDIA
      • over 2 years ago

      our peoples dont want the nuclear plant in tamilnadu, like kerala and other states..

      • over 2 years ago

      manual life is so pricious. so dont use any way in nuclear project.

    • Niccolò Tottoli OBERWIL, SWITZERLAND
      • over 2 years ago

      Nuclear power plants are not 100% safe. Very large areas are polluted with radioactive fallout for a very long time in the case of a nuclear catastrophe. Where to put waste, which radiates for many thousand years? Therefore we must invest in the most clean energies like the sun, wind or water. Thank you.


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