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Doël, BELGIUM - February 2011. An inhabitant waiting for the bus that passes now rarely.

Doel | Analogie d’un territoire

Doel | Analogie d’un territoire, photo essay by Cédric Dubus Below polder marsh country Waas, caught between the nuclear power plant of Electrabel and the port of Antwerp, Doel is


Houses along the waterfront of Port Hope. © Mike Berube

Mike Berube
Port Hope // Half Life

In recent years, Port Hope (Ontario, Canada) has undergone a significant radioactive waste remediation and removal process. Houses, farms, and public property have been identified for the removal of radioactive


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Diana Markosian | Chernobyl’s Desolate Zone

This year marked the 25th anniversary of the world’s worst nuclear accident. I traveled to Chernobyl (Ukraine) to document a village which was never evacuated. When I drove through the



Alessio Guarino | AzumaCenterFukushima

AzumaCenterFukushima, 2011. We arrived to Fukushima at 9.47. A colleague from Ryo Abe was waiting for us and came with us to the Azuma Evacuation Center, where friend and architecture’s



Erik Messori | The Silence Of Chernobyl

  he most terrible technological accident of human history knows: Chernobyl, once an unknown place in the rich land of the Ukraine. Now a single chilling word that still casts



Ben Kilb | Castor transport

  My short photo essay is a series about the protest against the Castor transport of nuclear waste in Lower Saxony/Germany in early November 2010. For three days people were



Donald Weber | Bastard Eden, Our Chernobyl

Some 20 years after the nuclear reactor incident of April 26, 1986. Chernobyl lies 100 kilometers north of the capital city of Kiev, in a boreal forest of winding rivers


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