Read or Download- Chernobyl : Consequences of the Catastrophe for People and the Environment for free.

Notice: 4 May, 2011

You can now download this book in searchable PDF e-book form from Amazon for $2.99

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k.pdf

Or, you can now buy a hardcover edition:

Consequences of the Catastrophe for People and the Environment

Originally published in 2009 by the New York Academy of Sciences at $150.00, the copyright has been transferred to the authors and the book plus a separate index that was not part of the original publication are now available for $10.00, plus postage.

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Notice: 30 March, 2011

The New York Academy of Science has withdrawn free public access to their publication for unknown reasons. It will be republished in the future at a more affordable price. Until then we urge you to request that your libraries purchase the online version and make it available to all their patrons. This is an important book, and needs to be made available to the public.

The recent collection of studies on the toxic aftermath of Chernobyl- Chernobyl : Consequences of the Catastrophe for People published by the New York Academy of Sciences (NYAS) in December 2009, is now available to read or download at no cost. This invaluable book provides critical information that proves that government and industry claims that Chernobyl caused limited damage could not be farther from the truth.

The accident at Chernobyl has killed close to 1 million people and the death toll is still rising. Read this, share it with your friends and colleagues, suggest that it be adopted for university courses. This information must be made widely understood.

The book was written by Alexey V. Yablokov of the Center for Russian Environmental Policy in Moscow, Russia; Vassily B. Nesterenko, and Alexey V. Nesterenko, of the Institute of Radiation Safety in Minsk, Belarus. Janette D. Sherman-Nevinger of the Environmental Institute at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Michigan, U.S.A. is the Consulting Editor.

We are approaching the 25th Anniversary of the Chernobyl explosion (April 26, 2011). This is the perfect time to look deeper at the real, and terrible, truth of what happened, and at what is still happening. Every year, we talk about the anniversary, or remembrance, of Chernobyl- but the truth is what happened at Chernobyl is not over. It's time to look that fact in the eye and start talking about it.

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Comments (9)

cherylynn holmes
Said this on 12-7-2010 At 11:26 pm

Thanks for the chernobyl article. While liveing on an alternative community in the eighty's in western NSW, we had a family from Germany come across from Europe to build and create a new life in Australia

I was impressed at the survival skills and interest in alternative energies

There were extremme social issues from that catastrophe world wide.

Said this on 1-13-2011 At 02:29 am

The devastation wreaked on India has been told by me on the basis of info published by good folks like you the planet over and can be accessed by viewing my complete profile at http://nuclearfunda.blogspot.com/

Thanks fellow earth residents for access to efforts to bring out the truth about Chernobyl.

Many children measured by the hundreds of thousands have been killed in the womb and outside also in India by Chernobyl and the nuclear era(refer by articles).

Richard Bramhall
Said this on 2-24-2011 At 08:34 am

The NYAS no longer allows free access to the Chernobyl book. does anyone know where it can still be accessed?

Downwinder45
Said this on 4-1-2011 At 02:45 pm

The NYAS Chernobyl book is available in part on Google Books. 

A shortened link I made some time ago is
http://tinyurl.com/NYAS-Chernobyl-study-Forward 

Selected parts of other chapters are also accessible, including some tables showing radionuclides detected in foods over 20+ years

ShashNahalin
Said this on 7-4-2011 At 09:08 am

This book is being passed off as though it were the product of a study by the New York Academy of Science.  It is not as they explain: "The Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences issue “Chernobyl: Consequences of the Catastrophe for People and the Environment”, therefore, does not present new, unpublished work, nor is it a work commissioned by the New York Academy of Sciences. The expressed views of the authors, or by advocacy groups or individuals with specific opinions about the Annals Chernobyl volume, are their own."

http://www.nyas.org/Publications/Annals/Detail.asp...

Denise Morton
Said this on 3-29-2011 At 05:21 pm

I've hated nuclear weapons since I was a little girl and saw and read about  the consequences of the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. That's quite a long time ago now, I'm 59. I came to abhor the nuclear energy industry when I learned about the relationship between nuclear power and the nuclear arms industry. I came to know the work of Helen Caldicott and Rosilie Bertell in the 80's.

 

This programme has to be the most frightening thing I have ever listened to or have leared about the nuclear industry. I live in Scotland, not far from Hunterston nuclear power station and I vow I will inform my elected representatives about the facts I have learned from this programme.

 

Like the previous poster I tried to download the book but it seems I can only buy it if i can pay £85, which I can't. However, I did find this

 

http://www.greenpeace.to/publications/Chernobyl_He...

 

I hope this helps. If anyone does find a way to access the book for free please let us know.

 

Yours in peace

sol1
Said this on 3-31-2011 At 07:05 pm
Denise
Said this on 4-22-2011 At 03:57 pm

Thank you.

ShashNahalin
Said this on 7-4-2011 At 09:07 am

It is likely that the download has been withdrawn since this book is being passed off as though it were the product of a study by the New York Academy of Science.  It is not as they explain: "The Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences issue “Chernobyl: Consequences of the Catastrophe for People and the Environment”, therefore, does not present new, unpublished work, nor is it a work commissioned by the New York Academy of Sciences. The expressed views of the authors, or by advocacy groups or individuals with specific opinions about the Annals Chernobyl volume, are their own."

http://www.nyas.org/Publications/Annals/Detail.asp...

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