The purpose of NOAH's Uranium Group is to provide information on the nuclear fuel chain, including the environmental, energy, foreign and security policy consequences of uranium extraction, processing, transport and trade, as well as nuclear waste disposal.
NOAH's Uranium Group has a large number of collaborators in Denmark, Greenland, Sweden, Germany, Holland, Australia, etc.
All the entries in the list below are in English.
They can also be found on our Danish page together with a large number of entries in Danish.
Uranium mining in Greenland
NOAH's Uranium Group aims at educational and information activities in Greenland and Denmark in order to help reintroducing Greenlandic uranium-zero tolerance. The group actively engages members and networks in both places.
Press releases, publications, news etc.
Press release: The Kvanefjeld Mining Project And Other Uranium Projects Should Be Stopped (27 September 2021)
Position paper on uranium bill (31 July 2021)
Uranium and Rare Earth Elements in Greenland – Past and Present (article in Nuclear Monitor #891, April 2021)
141 NGOs call for a moratorium on large-scale mining and oil and gas extraction in Greenland (Press release, 10 February 2021)
Press release: The Owner of the Kvanefjeld Mining Project Undermines Greenland’s Environmental Standards (21 September 2019)
Decision GML complaint 2019-09-06 (6 September 2019)
Kvanefjeld Project. Environmental Impact Assessment (24 August 2019)
Greenland Mineral and Energy's EIA report (VVM rapport) October 2018 (17. oktober 2018) New version
Greenland Mineral and Energy's EIA report (VVM rapport) September 2018 (15. oktober 2018)
Breach of faith regarding referendum on the Kvanefjeld mining project (16 December 2015)
31 July 2015: Demonstration – URANI NAAMIK, messages from abroad:
International support for the zero-tolerance-politics on uranium (26. april 2013)
The Danish Nuclear Waste
NOAH's Uranium Group has been engaged in the ongoing process of finding a repository for the Danish nuclear waste in recognition that the final waste concept for the long-term radioactive waste was not appropriate.
Press releases etc.
3. november 2014: Journey to the Safest Place on Earth
EURATOM and Energy Policy in the EU
NOAH's Uranium Group engages in European energy policy, focusing on the abolition or reform of the EURATOM Treaty and the promotion of renewable energy and energy efficiency.
Website from the International Conference on EURATOM 23 September 2005
The Uranium Group is also in other ways the successor to the work done by NOAH's Energy and Climate Group on nuclear issues in the previous decades.
Members of the group as of February 2021
Arnavaraq Simigaq Heilmann (Greenland)
Erik Jensen (Greenland)
Qivioq Nivi Løvstrøm (Greenland)
Inga Egede (Greenland)
Najaaraq Paniula (Greenland)
Margrethe Thorsen (Danmark)
Hans Pedersen (Danmark)
Niels Henrik Hooge (Danmark)
Palle Bendsen (Danmark), contact person, palle(at)noah.dk, 30 13 76 95