Three decades ago the biggest nuclear disaster ever took place when one of Chernobyl’s nuclear reactors exploded. During the last few years, Hans Wolkers and Daan Kloeg, photographers, journalists and scientists, documented the consequences of the Chernobyl disaster. They visited the area around the exploded reactor multiple times and photographed the lasting impact of the disaster. They also talked to scientists, eye witnesses, and people that still live in their radioactive homes.
Their efforts resulted in a unique book, covering the most remarkable aspects of the biggest nuclear disaster in the world. The book tells the story of Chernobyl, so it will never be forgotten. With the book sales, we will support the people of Chernobyl financially: from every book sold, a donation of
€ 2,50 ($ 2,60) will be given to the self-settlers.