Concern about Proposals for the Storage of Australia’s Nuclear Waste

Catholic Religious Australia (CRA) comprises representatives of religious congregations of women and men throughout Australia. Brigidine Sisters are among its members.

As a group involved with the education of generations of young people in Australia, CRA  has released a statement expressing its concern “that short term proposals for the storage of Australia’s nuclear waste will leave insoluble problems for present and future generations.”

In concluding the statement Sr Monica Cavanagh rsj, the President of CRA states: “Surely care of Earth and reverence for our land should be our underlying principles.”

As we remember on 6 August the destruction of Hiroshima by atomic bomb in 1945, this CRA statement raises a number of points for reflection, discussion and action wherever we are.

To read the entire statement click on the following link:

CRA Press Release about disposal of nuclear waste 1 August 2018