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
Nuclear Waste On-line: Canada Update 2015
When:
Wednesday, February, 4 2015
7:00 PM to 8:00 PM (Eastern Time)
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Topic: Nuclear Waste On-line 2015: Canada Update
Description: This first in a series of four webinars in February 2015 will provide an overview and update on the Nuclear Waste Management Organization's efforts to site a deep geological repository for high level nuclear fuel waste and its program and activities in the 13 communities being studied as possible burial sites
Nuclear Waste On-line: Radiation's Health Effects
When:
Wednesday, February, 11 2015
10:00 AM to 11:00 AM (Eastern Time)
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Topic: Nuclear Waste On-line: Radiatin's Health Effects
Description: Presenter Dr. Cathy Vakil, M.D., Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment and Physicians for Global Survival, will discuss the negative health effects of ionizing radiation that is generated at each stage of the nuclear chain - from uranium mining through to the tens of thousands of years that nuclear fuel waste remains hazardous.
Nuclear Waste On-Line: Nuclear Risk: Calculating the Incredible
When:
Wednesday, February, 18 2015
12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (Eastern Time)
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Topic: Nuclear Waste On-Line: Nuclear Risk: Calculating the Incredible
Description: In our February 18th session, presenter Shawn-Patrick Stensil, a nuclear analyst with Greenpeace Canada, will debunk the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commissions (CNSC) approach to risk assessment.

The danger of accidents, malfunctions or terrorist attacks at a nuclear facility remains one of the defining features of nuclear power generation because such events have the potential to create catastrophic and irreversible harm. Typically, the CNSC deems certain levels estimated risk acceptable to Canadians. These are based on accidents that would not result in radioactive material leaving the plant boundaries. Accident risks beyond this level of risk are deemed incredible and are not considered within environmental assessments conducted by the CNSC even if those risks would resullt in catastrophic environmental damage.
Nuclear Waste On-line: Emergency Planning in the Nuclear Age
When:
Wednesday, February, 25 2015
2:00 PM to 3:00 PM (Eastern Time)
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Topic: Nuclear Waste On-line: Emergency Planning in the Nuclear Age
Description: In the fourth and final of our February 2015 webinar series, presenter Theresa McClenaghan, Executive Director and Senior Counsel with the Canadian Environmental Law Association, will discuss the importance of emergency planning, preparedness and response and how Ontario is unprepared for a major nuclear accident.
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