Environmental Security and Sustainability

2012 Jun 05th

Nuclear Technology Dialogue – Fukushima and the Future of Nuclear Technology

The "Nuclear Technology Dialogue – Fukushima and the Future of Nuclear Technology" event was held on 19 June 2012 at Veiga Almeida University in Rio de Janeiro.

Green Cross Switzerland, with the support of Veiga de Almeida University, staged this important dialogue on the issue concerning nuclear technology. Experts addressed issues ranging from nuclear emergency preparedness, to the costs associated with nuclear technology and measures needed to stop proliferation of atomic weapons and to promote alternative energy sources and related technologies.


Speakers include :

Contact for further information:

Nathalie Gysi nathalie.gysi@greencross.ch

Related content:

  • Full programme for download
  • Save the Date announcement
  • Fukushima and the Future of Nuclear Power – A Green Cross International Perspective for download









(Left to Right) Matt Petersen and Nathalie Gysi during the Nuclear Technology Dialogue

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