Nuclear Power & Radiation

January 28, 2016 to January 29, 2016

The Promise & Perils of Nuclear Energy: A Workshop for Journalists

The Missouri School of Journalism invites journalists who cover energy, business, health and the environment to a workshop covering the risks and benefits of nuclear energy for healthcare, research and power generation. You'll obtain sources, story ideas and a better understanding of the science and strategies for telling complex stories. This event will be live-streamed.

August 28, 2016 to August 31, 2016

Third International Symposium on Ethics of Environmental Health

Scientists, regulators and practitioners from all over the world will come together in the Czech Republic to discuss ethical issues related to radiation and chemical protection, epidemiology, biomonitoring, risk management, emergency preparedness and related areas.

"Indian Point: State Denies Certificate for Future Hudson River Use"

"The New York Department of State has refused to give Indian Point a certificate required for future use of the Hudson River — part of the Cuomo administration's ongoing attempt to block the plant's license renewal and force its closure."

Source: Journal News, 11/13/2015

"Manhattan Project National Historical Park Formally Established"

"A celebratory signing on Tuesday of a memorandum of understanding between the Interior Department and Energy Department formally established the Manhattan Project National Historical Park, one that will span three states and recount a pivotal moment in world history."

Source: National Parks Traveler, 11/11/2015

Risks of Fire, Nuclear Waste, Stoke Fears of St. Louis Co. Landfills

"Imagine you are a parent, and that out of the blue, you get a letter from your child's school telling you not to worry — that they're ready to evacuate or shelter in place if an underground fire at a nearby landfill reaches radioactive waste on the same property."

Source: NPR, 11/05/2015
December 4, 2015 to December 5, 2015

The Camp Lejeune Community Assistance Panel (CAP) and Public Meetings

The Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry invites the public to two meetings: The CAP Meeting (Dec 4) and to hear from the authors of a group of health studies that have been conducted to better understand the impact of exposure to contaminated drinking water at U.S. Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, NC (Dec 5).

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