British Border, dangers of nuclear, EDF Nuclear Reactors in India, nuclear energy, nuclear power infant mortality, nuclear power infertility, Nuclear Power Station, nuclear waste, Pradeep Indulkar, UK
“High Power” (2 minute, 42 sec) Trailer link http://youtu.be/msxq0UifZlE
“Jaitapur Live” fight against French State owned Areva’s EDF Nuclear Reactors in India (2 minute)Trailer link: http://youtu.be/ykajPvKKrro
From Southwest Against Nuclear:
“After being severely delayed by British Border agencies despite having a Visa to visit the UK, Pradeep Indulkar arrived in the UK this week to kick off his mini-tour of the UK, we’ve set up a dedicated page on our website so you can see where there is a screening of his films in a community near you. https://southwestagainstnuclear.wordpress.com/2015/09/24/high-power-film-director-arrives-in-uk/
“Tarapur Nuclear Power Station, the first nuclear power plant in India, was set up 40 years ago… He observes the situation of thousands of displaced people and he finds that the displaced people lost their land, homes, sea and almost everything but they didn’t get proper compensation, instead they got many diseases, which were unknown to them earlier” Read more, including screening times and locations here: https://southwestagainstnuclear.wordpress.com/high-power-tour/
If you can’t attend the screenings, you can still learn a lot of important information, in less than 5 minutes, just by watching the trailers.