The Importance and Impact of Public Engagement for the Nuclear Industry

Chris Hutson, Peter Martin, Liam Payne, Natasha Oughton, Kate E Wyness, Dave Smith, A D Warren, Sophie L Rennie, Christopher P Jones, Antonis K Banos, Oliver D Payton, Joseph E Sutcliffe, C Paraskevoulakos, Chong Liu, James Darnbrough, Ross S Springell, Keith R Hallam, Oliver A C Stevens, Mary Logan, Jamie TownesLewis G W Roberts, Rich D Pancost, David Marshall, Hayley Shaw, Amanda Gray, Dong Liu, Kathryn Hutson, Oscar Yapp, Stephen Huntley, Anna Maria Adamska, Rebecca Smale, Tom Scott

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The South West Nuclear Hub has joined with its industrial partners to engage with the public about the pros and cons of nuclear power, and open a balanced and evidence-based dialogue around common areas of concern, such as nuclear safety and nuclear waste. This programme of industrial engagement must continue into the future if we are to understand and effectively address those concerns, and make the UK’s nuclear renaissance work for all.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationWaste Management Symposia 2017
Subtitle of host publicationProceedings of a meeting held 5-9 March 2017, Phoenix, Arizona, USA
PublisherWaste Management Symposia, Inc.
Number of pages15
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jul 2017

Publication series

NameWMS Journal
PublisherWaste Management Symposia, Inc.

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  • Engineering Mathematics Research Group


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