Northwatch

About
Northwatch is a public interest group in northeastern Ontario. Priorities are environmental protection and public participation in environmental decision-making; key issues are mining, forestry, waste and energy, including nuclear waste.
Interests
Forests, mining, electricity planning, waste avoidance, long-term management of nuclear waste, healthy communities.
Upcoming WebinarsPast Webinars
Judging Geological Repositories: How Different Countries Evaluate Nuclear Waste Burial
When:
Friday, March, 1 2013
2:00 PM to 3:00 PM (Eastern Time)
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Topic: Judging Geological Repositories: How Different Countries Evaluate Nuclear Waste Burial
Description: In the lingo of nuclear waste burial, the “safety case” is the technical explanation of why a particular design in a particular rock formation will actually contain the radioactive wastes for a predicted period of time. This workshop will compare how different countries intend to assess the ability of a proposed deep geological repository to contain the nuclear hazards over time. Presenter: Laura Bowman, LLB, Iler Campbell Law Firm
Burying Trouble: Deep Geological Repositories for Nuclear Waste (February 2013)
When:
Friday, March, 1 2013
12:39 PM to 1:39 PM (Eastern Time)
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Nuclear Waste: Top Ten Things to Know (Introductory Workshop)
When:
Monday, February, 11 2013
2:00 PM to 3:00 PM (Eastern Time)
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Topic: 'Nuclear Waste: Top Ten Things to Know (Introductory Workshop)'
Description: Rescheduled! Technology failed us Friday afternoon, and we were all thrown out of the webinar, en masse. Have rescheculed for Monday, February 11th at 2 pm.