It’s amazing what you can find when you start to pay attention. Almost 25 years after an event you would not really expect to see it still getting attention in the news. But with Chornobyl it just takes looking a little deeper. The effects of this event were and are so profound that new information is still being discovered all the time. Below is sampling of Chornobyl on the internet this week.


Bromsgrove man returns to Chernobyl radiation zone

10:46am Friday 3rd September 2010

A BROMSGROVE-based travel writer will be returning to the Chernobyl radiation zone to work with disabled children. ...

Photo Essay on JPG

Chernobyl disaster

By Giuseppe Cicconi

27 Aug 2010

13:23:44 (local time) on April 26, 1986, reactor number four exploded.


Exhibits on a television screen

The “Chornobyl Museum” received new equipment for exhibitions from the government of Japan.

By Inna FILIPENKO, The Day
EXTRAORDINARY AND PLENIPOTENTIARY AMBASSADOR OF JAPAN TO UKRAINE TADASHI IDZAVA “CHECKS” THE NEW EQUIPMENT


Chernobyl zone shows decline in biodiversity

By Victoria Gill Science reporter, BBC News
30 July 2010 Last updated at 11:00 ET

Some reports suggested that the lack of humans was beneficial for wildlife
The largest wildlife census of its kind conducted in Chernobyl has revealed that mammals are declining in the exclusion zone surrounding the nuclear power plant.