Dear Colleagues and friends,We invite you and your colleagues to take part in the International Forum "Nuclear energy and sustainable development" to be held as part of the 30-th anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster. This year in April we are going to sum up the first major results of the thirty years’ experience in overcoming the consequences of the Chornobyl disaster –the disaster of a global scale. At the same time we are focused on finding new points of growth.
In the spotlight will be the questions about reintegration areas, social adaptation of people and the legacy which we are going to leave to future generations.
Representatives of the public and private sectors, non-governmental and scientific organizations will participate in the open discussions about usage of the criteria for constant and sustainable for changes development climate; setting of priorities; determination of the energy policy; the place and role of the nuclear power in the new reality.
Geopolitical issues of the energy security must be a central point of the discussions.
We are grateful to all for support and ask to share the experience, accumulated knowledge, innovative practices and vision of further development in today's changing world.
We expect that the forum will be open and interactive and will include presentations of countries, regions, enterprises and organizations, specific projects, workshops for the exchange of new the information, establishing contacts between participants and informal bilateral meetings.
For a small amount of organizations, hosts will provide the opportunity to become partners and sponsors of the "Nuclear energy and sustainable development" IF.
- The experience of liquidating the consequences of the Chornobyl disaster and making the “Shelter” object an ecologically safe system.
- Decommissioning nuclear power plants, treating with radioactive waste and spent nuclear fuel.
- Social reintegration of the people and territories related to the termination of operation of core enterprises.
- Emergency response on objects of critical infrastructure.
- IT support of nuclear decommissioning.
- “Smart city” technologies of the 21st century.
For more information, please contact Andrii Sukhoriabov [email protected] or Alina Pantina [email protected] +38045-79-2-22-22.
The agenda of the forum and activities are updating regularly, for up-to-date information please visit http://inudeco.slavutych.city/en/.
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Organization Committee of the Forum