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News Media, NGOs

News and Non-governmental Organizations

News Media


WNN ​World Nuclear News is the only free online service dedicated to covering developments related to nuclear power. The WNN service is supported, administratively and with technical advice, by the World Nuclear Association and the World Nuclear University. It draws on a global network of contacts in industry, academia, research institutes and intergovernmental agencies.
NucNet (full information is available only after registration and the payment of description fee)
NucNet - the world’s nuclear network - is the first and only global public communications venture in which all sections of the world nuclear community have joined forces to work together and demonstrate transparency.NucNet - a non-profit organisation - is supported financially by annual fees from national member organisations world-wide and by individual company subscriptions. All participating countries are entitled to representation on the network's independent governing bodies.
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Nuclear.Ru™ is Russia’s leading nuclear information web-portal. Nuclear.Ru is an independent information source specializing in nuclear industry-related topics. The founder is JSC National Investment Agency. Nuclear.Ru™ represents Russia’s first integrated Web-portal on nuclear industry and science.



 Non-governmental Organisations (NGO´s)

Bellona Foundation The Bellona Foundation is an international environmental NGO based in Norway. Founded in 1986 as a direct action protest group, Bellona has become a recognised technology and solution-oriented organization with offices in Oslo, Brussels, Washington D.C., St. Petersburg and Murmansk.
EEB ​European Environmental Bureau
The EEB is a federation of more than 140 environmental citizens’ organisations based in all EU Member States and most Accession Countries, as well as in a few neighbouring countries. These organisations range from local and national, to European and international. The aim of the EEB is to protect and improve the environment of Europe and to enable the citizens of Europe to play their part in achieving that goal.
Greenpeace is an independent global campaigning organisation that acts to change attitudes and behaviour, to protect and conserve the environment and to promote peace.