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New scientific articles on Gulf War Syndrome, DU-Nanoparticles and the problematic political framework of DU

5. Oktober 2020 Blog posts, ICBUW

The article „Depleted uranium and Gulf War Illness: Updates and comments on possible mechanisms behind the syndrome“ appeared in February 2020 in Environmental Research and was written by Geir Bjørklunda, Lyudmila Pivinab, Maryam Dadard, Yuliya Semenovab, Md Mostafizur Rahmane, Salvatore Chirumbolof, and Jan Aasethh. It deals with toxic substances, including DU, which is suspected of […]

An unsatisfactory answer to a comlex question – short parliamentary question by DIE LINKE on uranium ammunition BT-DS 19/16786

10. Juni 2020 Blog posts, ICBUW

The inquiry occurred in an intensive exchange between the Left Party’s parliamentary group in the German Federal Parliament and ICBUW. Received at the end of January, it was answered by the Federal Government in mid-March this year. After many parliamentary inquiries on the subject[1] and its individual aspects (cases of application, voting behavior, protective measures, arms cooperation, etc.), this question is the most extensive one about uranium ammunition/uranium weapons ever submitted in the German Federal Parliament  Read more … An unsatisfactory answer to a comlex question – short parliamentary question by DIE LINKE on uranium ammunition BT-DS 19/16786

Uranatlas (2019) – an important and up-to-date contribution to the general topic of “uranium“

13. Mai 2020 Blog posts, ICBUW, Instagram

The Uranium Atlas is a cooperative project that provides a compact illustration of the global dimensions of uranium mining and subsequent reuse. Many individual experts and authors from three continents have their say in it, which provides interested parties with an overview on the essential core questions relating to uranium.  Read more … Uranatlas (2019) – an important and up-to-date contribution to the general topic of “uranium“

ICBUW signs joint statement on conflict and the environment for UN #envconflictday 2019

14. November 2019 Allgemein, ICBUW, News, Statements

On 6 November 2019, 103 NGOs and experts from around the world (including ICBUW) honoured the United Nations’ International Day for the Exploitation of the Environment in War and Armed Conflict by signing a joint civil society statement urging the international community to act on the synergies between environment, peace, and security.  Read more … ICBUW signs joint statement on conflict and the environment for UN #envconflictday 2019