Chernobyl, human and environmental consequences


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Assessment of the Chernobyl disaster by the Academy of Sciences in New York, full text in English. 349 .pdf pages. 2010

Original title: "Chernobyl. Consequences of the Catastrophe for People and the Environment »

Summary by P.Langlois:

"According to a book published in 2010 by the New York Academy of Science entitled" Chernobyl: Consequences of the Catastrophe for People and the Environment ", there would have been 985 000 deaths attributable to the accident (1986-2004), not to mention countless sick people and children born handicapped and / or misshapen. This book is the result of a study covering 5 000 articles written by Russian doctors and specialists who have been at the heart of this drama and have cared for the people. "


More:
- Debate and information on the results of Chernobyl overall cost and human and health outcomes
- The deaths amount of energy produced from fossil and nuclear energy
- The report of the disaster by the IAEA

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