Eastern European Association of the Greens continues to hold educational event foe young people. Thus we held another one in Brussels on Energy Saving Day, 12 November. One of the most important issue that people should be concerned about is climate change. According to estimates of the UN scientists, by 2030, carbon dioxide emissions to the atmosphere can reach a critical level. We engage students into this topic with interesting and at the same time thrilling facts.
Public awareness of developments in scientific research is crucial for building a more informed global society, and the IAEA is providing access to a trove of research on the peaceful uses of nuclear science and technology.
Cancer experts from the IAEA, the World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) have assessed Sri Lanka’s comprehensive cancer control programme and have provided options for a multipronged strategy to strengthen cancer care in the country. The assessment is the outcome of an ‘imPACT Review’ mission, the second to the country, hosted by the Sri Lankan National Cancer Control Programme Directorate under the leadership of the Ministry of Health, Nutrition and Indigenous Medicine last week.
The new IAEA publication Adapting the Energy Sector to Climate Change explores the diverse range of impacts on the energy sector resulting from gradual climate change and extreme weather events, and the potential ways to counter them. Adequate responses to these challenges are crucial for a secure and reliable energy supply, including nuclear energy.
Bishoftu, Ethiopia – Teff may be an emerging superfood in the global arena – but this Ethiopian cereal crop may not be ‘super’ enough to withstand the consequences of climate change: less rain and strong winds.
Enhancing Cooperation for Effective Nuclear and Radiation Regulatory Systems: IAEA Conference Begins
This week patient and worker protection in radiation medicine and the interface between safety and security, as well as experiences in decommissioning nuclear installations, are at the core of the conversation taking place in The Hague. Over 250 of the world’s nuclear and radiation regulators are discussing these topics and more, at an international conference focused on the role of the global regulatory community in ensuring nuclear and radiation safety and security.
The IAEA has designed an online e-learning course to provide an overview of the different strategies applied worldwide for managing spent fuel. The course is part of the spent fuel and radioactive waste management, decommissioning and environmental remediation curriculum, which includes several other modules.
Three unmanned environmental monitoring stations to detect and measure radiation from soil and air were inaugurated in Paraguay last month, with support from the IAEA. The facilities, which are the first of their kind, represent a leap for Paraguay in the protection of people and the environment from the harmful effects of ionizing radiation.
Eastern European Association of the Greens announce and invite students to a series of educational lectures with interactive program. The topic of lectures – Climate change, Green and Clean future of our Planet.
The Eastern European Association of the Greens invites you to talk about the future of our planet and environmental responsibility at the conference for students “Go Green” dedicated to the International Energy Saving Day at 18.00h on 12 November 2019 at the KULeuven Brussels Campus (T’Serclaes Building, B07-16).