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Today it's 28 years since the horrible nuclear accident in Chernobyl. The area around the reactor remains permanently evacuated, and many people's lives are still ruined.

 

The only way to stop another dangerous nuclear accident is to shut down Europe's ageing nuclear plants.

 

If an accident were to happen it would be devastating, especially considering Europe's population density, and potentially affect millions of people and several countries.

 

You can see the evacuation zones around Europe's plants on this interactive map.

 

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