Australia, the nation that fuelled Fukushima, should not sell uranium to the country that gave us Chernobyl.
Australians will not stand by while the Great Barrier Reef becomes a bleached wasteland and our Prime Minister entrenches Australia's dependence on a dirty, declining industry, writes Geoff Cousins.
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