Green Cross releases study on long-term psychological consequences of Chernobyl nuclear disaster

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via Green Cross — Despite 26 years passing since the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear catastrophe, millions of people are still living in dangerous environments, and thousands are suffering health, social and financial impacts, but many governments still consider atomic energy and related technologies as economically efficient and reliable.

Findings from a Green Cross-backed study on the psychosocial impacts of the 1986 Chernobyl disaster have been released on today’s 27th anniversary of the nuclear plant meltdown that, to this day, still affects 10 million people.

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