- NFLA’s comments to the Wylfa B local consultation, its views on small modular reactors and the possibilities of local, decentralised energy
- Carl Clowes from PAWB outlining local concerns over the development of a new nuclear site at Wylfa
- Neil Crumpton’s analysis of the renewable energy alternatives to new nuclear
A presentation by NFLA Secretary Sean Morris to the National Conference of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament.
- NFLA Scotland August Update Briefing, Pete Roche
- Brexit – what may it mean for nuclear, energy & defence policy?, Sean Morris
- NFLA’s perspective on radioactive waste, Pete Roche
- NuLeAF and Geological Disposal, Phil Matthews
This NFLA seminar considered the role decentralised energy and defence diversification could provide to develop a new UK industrial policy.
1. NFLA’s views on Welsh nuclear development and the GIFTS initative, Sean Morris, NFLA Secretary
2. Friends of the Earth assessment of nuclear and renewable energy, Gareth Clubb, Director of Friends of the Earth Wales
3. Bridgend Council’s energy initiatives, Mike Jenkins, Head of Sustainable Energy, Bridgend County Borough Council
4. Irish Sea, Fukushima and marine radioactivity, Tim Deere-Jones, independent marine radioactivity consultant
1. NFLA’s assessment of Irish energy futures, Sean Morris, NFLA Secretary
2. Nuclear Britain – an update for Irish local authorities, Pete Roche, NFLA Steering Committee Policy Advisor
3. The Espoo Convention, the UN and Hinkley Point, Paul Dorfman, NCG Co-ordinator
Notes and presentations from a meeting at Westminster on 28th January 2016 organised by NFLA and the Nuclear Consulting Group (NCG).
- Notes of the meeting
- Dr Paul Dorfman of NCG (PowerPoint)
- Dr Tetsuani Iida of the Japan Centre for Sustainable Energy, who will consider the impacts of both incidents on UK and Japanese energy policy, and the ways forward in developing renewable energy futures (pdf)
- Ms Yoshiko Aoki, a manageress of a Fukushima evacuees community centre will also be speaking of the issues still occurring in the Fukushima region (pdf)
For complete videos of each presentation, see the Greater Manchester & District CND website.
Saturday 19 March
Session 1 – presentations
Session 2 – presentations
Dr Keith Baverstock, Department of Environment Science, University of Eastern Finland and former Head of WHO Radiation Protection Programme for Europe – What underpins the health effects of radiation at low doses? (PowerPoint)
Professor Tim Mousseau, Professor of Biological Sciences, University of South Carolina – Do Nuclear Accidents Generate a “Garden of Eden” for Wildlife? Lessons from the Chernobyl and Fukushima Disasters (PowerPoint)
Session 3 – presentations
Sunday 20 March
Campaigners day – presentations
Andre Lariviere, Sortir du Nuclear – a map of nuclear sites in France, below
Presentations from Cher30byl – Fuku5hima: Beyond Nuclear – Towards a safe, secure and affordable nuclear free energy future, 18-20 March 2016.
Friday 18 March:
- The speakers (PowerPoint)
- Professor Tim Mousseau, University of South Carolina: the effects of the Chernobyl disaster on the animal population (PowerPoint)
- Dr Angelika Claussen, IPPNW Germany and International Chernobyl Network: the long-term impacts of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster (PowerPoint)
- Dr Ian Fairlie, independent consultant on radioactivity in the environment: the ongoing impact of the Fukushima nuclear disaster (PowerPoint)
- Ms Yayoi Hitomi, representative of Fukushima NGO Village Earth: the humanitarian effects of the Fukushima disaster (PowerPoint)
- Reinhard Uhrig, Global 2000 / Friends of the Earth Austria: the prospects for renewable energy in Europe (PowerPoint)