Last June Ms Davidson asked Hugh Richards, a leading member of the Welsh Anti-Nuclear Alliance, to draft questions about the future storage of nuclear waste.
What does WANA stand for?
WANA stands for Welsh Anti-Nuclear Alliance
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We have 7 other meanings of WANA in our Acronym Attic
- Westwide Avalanche Network (various locations)
- Wide Area Network
- Wireless Area Network
- Wisconsin Angel Network
- World Airshow News (trade magazine)
- World Animal Net (Boston, MA)
- World Artist Network (Fairfield, CT)
- World Association of Newspapers (formerly Fédération Internationale des Editeurs de Journaux)
- Wide Area Network Physical Layer
- Washington Association of Nurse Anesthetists
- West Asia and North Africa
- West Australian Nursing Agency (est. 1999)
- Wisconsin Association of Nurse Anesthetists
- Women Are Not Allowed
- West Asia North Africa Cooperation Unit (Department of Urban and Regional Planning; Berlin School of Technology; Germany)
- West African Newsmedia and Development Center
- Washington Area New Automobile Dealers Association (Washington, DC)
- World Alliance for Nutrition and Human Rights
- West Asia and North Africa Plant Genetic Resources Network
- Washington National Airport
Samples in periodicals archive:
Pawb, as members of the Welsh Anti-Nuclear Alliance, will strongly support any further legal action undertaken by Greenpeace.
In light of the blinkered approach by New Labour I for one have dug out my Welsh Anti-Nuclear Alliance badge and it's ready for use.
ABERYSTWYTH CND Cymru and Welsh Anti-Nuclear Alliance are holding an All-Wales Conference and Campaign launch for a nuclear free future at The Old College, Aberystwyth on Saturday, February 19, between 10.
Hugh Richards, of the Welsh Anti-Nuclear Alliance, says that, despite UK Government assurances to the contrary, there are strong grounds for believing that new nuclear power stations may prove financially unviable.
Gwynedd council and the Welsh Anti-nuclear Alliance have also demanded the immediate publication of the report.
Super Furries' lead singer Gruff Rhys and band members Huw Bunford, Cian Ciaran, Dafydd Ieuan and Guto Pryce said, "We support the campaign by PAWB and the Welsh Anti-Nuclear Alliance for a nuclear-free Wales and for our nation's sustainable development based on renewable energy technologies and con- servation measures.
Its stance is backed by Welsh Anti-Nuclear Alliance (WANA) which claims remote-controlled dismantling techniques will still be needed in 100 years' time, as they are at present.