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Managing the risks and consequences of a large polluting accident

The piece explains how the J-value was used in the multi-university NREFS project (Management of Nuclear Risk issues, Environmental, Financial and Safety) to assess how well the authorities managed the nuclear accidents at Chernobyl (1986) and Fukushima Daiichi (2011). “We looked at Chernobyl,” says Prof.
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[PDF] Newsletter Issue No. 93 Winter 2016

Nuclear Safety Account, the Fund created for the closure and decommissioning of The safe and effective management of several Soviet Nuclear Power Plants radioactive material arising from normal (Chernobyl in Ukraine and others in operation and incidents in the nuclear Bulgaria, Lithuania, Slovakia and Russia).

[PDF] Newsletter Issue No. 58 Autumn 2007

(Chippindale) There was, however, a battle with Chernobyl (1986), Dryden Report (1989) – Disasters happened because: With the Chernobyl accident, Valeri Legasov attributed the disaster to the errors and UNIVERSALS Tensions between production violations of the operators.

[PDF] Newsletter Issue No. 55 Autumn 2006

…Dock 26 Addresses to the P&SC by Baroness Kennedy, James Badenoch and Professor Robert Forest UK-China Partners in Science 33 David Concar, British Embassy Beijing Chernobyl – Catastrophe and Consequences 34 Book Review by Sir Ian Lloyd What is the cost of Climate Change?

[PDF] Newsletter Issue No. 73 Winter 2011

Energy Agency following the Chernobyl Whilst this may not be a new observation, disaster in an attempt to explore the Taylor’s analysis presents the analysis in underlying causes in a deeper way than a clear and compelling way.
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