Georgia WAND Climate and Nuclear Report Shared with the United Nations

Our Climate Report, “Community Impacts at the Crossroads of Nuclear and Climate Injustices in the U.S. South,” has been shared with the UN Special Rappeteur on Poverty and Human Rights.

Thanks to our partner the US Human Rights Network, this report is now being circulated more widely.

The report educates the public about how climate change intersects with the nuclear energy and weapons industry, and how both effect rural communities in the U.S. South. It outlines the problems caused by nuclear facilities in a world with a changing climate, and provides recommendations for creating a safer and more equitable future.

If you haven’t yet, please check out the report here!

Here is the executive summary.

Here is the press release.

Here is the audio from our tele-presser.