Greenpeace intensifies radiation monitoring in Ukraine

Greenpeace International has intensified its radiation monitoring efforts in Ukraine due to the threat posed by Russia and the risk of nuclear terrorism. With the invasion of Ukraine by Russian army, there is an increased atomic threat to the country’s multiple nuclear power plants.

Greenpeace’s radiation monitoring aims to provide important information on the risks and vulnerabilities of specific nuclear power plants. Ukraine and the world need to have such independent observers of the situation related to radioactive substances because it significantly reduces Russia’s desire to carry out very dangerous provocations on its part.

Greenpeace’s monitoring efforts are crucial in understanding the potential impacts of a major incident caused by a direct military attack, plant damage, or off-site infrastructure. By intensifying radiation monitoring, Greenpeace is working towards ensuring the safety and well-being of the Ukrainian population and minimizing the risks associated with nuclear terrorism.

UKRAINE IN FLAMES project is created by Ukraine Crisis Media Center and NGO “Euroatlantic Course”. We are aiming at searching a loud support for Ukraine in the war started by Russia on the 24th of February 2022.

If you want to support Ukraine against Russian aggression, check the link with recommendations by Ukraine Crisis Media Center –

NGO Euroatlantic Course collects donations to support Ukrainian Army and civilians –

How you can help Ukraine against Russian aggression:

Come back alive – (works directly with the command and personnel of military units, purchasing infrared thermal imaging cameras, night vision goggles, hemostatics etc); 

CO Serhiy Prytula Charity Foundation – (purchases supplies for Ukrainian army, such as armor, ammunition, first-aid kits, cars and ATV, humanitarian aid for civilians, and food for animals);

UNITED 24 – (launched by the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy as the main venue for collecting charitable donations in support of Ukraine. Funds will be transferred to the official accounts of the National Bank of Ukraine and allocated by assigned ministries to cover the most pressing needs)

Army SOS – (manages purchases of necessary ammunition, shields, intercommunication and reconnaissance facilities, etc. and delivers all goods directly);

Vostok SOS – (raising funds for various needs of the army);

Phoenix Wings – (the appropriate equipment & uniform, personal non-lethal protection (vests, helmets), required treatment of the wounded soldiers, and repair of the buildings used by the army).