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CNA2017

Social Values and Energy Policy Panel at CNA2017

Join Monica Gattinger, Jatin Nathwani and Alan Young at CNA2017 as they debate social values and energy policy on Thursday, February 23, at 2pm.

Monica Gattinger is the Director of the University of Ottawa’s Institute for Science, Society and Policy (ISSP). She is an internationally sought-after speaker, author and researcher with extensive expertise in interdisciplinary research and teaching, notably in the areas of energy, culture, policy and governance.

Jatin Nathwani is the founding Executive Director of the Waterloo Institute for Sustainable Energy (WISE) and holds the prestigious Ontario Research Chair in Public Policy for Sustainable Energy at the University of Waterloo. He is also the Co-Director of the consortium “Affordable Energy for Humanity (AE4H): A Global Change Initiative” that comprises 130+ leading energy access researchers and practitioners from 30 institutions and 16 countries.

Alan Young is the Co-Director of the Materials Efficiency Research Group, which works with international governments, companies, First Nations and civil societies to develop effective strategies and strong governance. He is a facilitator, mediator, strategist and activist seeking to advance sustainable development concepts and initiatives.

For more information about CNA2017 visit cna.ca/2017-conference.

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CNA2013

CNA2013 Video: Evolution of Nuclear Safety Practices

Mr. Tom Mitchell, President and Chief Executive Officer of Ontario Power Generation, provides an update on the safety measures OPG has implemented at its nuclear plants following the Fukushima nuclear event of two years ago. He also offers observations on the nuclear industry’s evolving approach to nuclear safety, including the insights gained from studying the Fukushima experience.

You can watch more CNA2013 conference videos on the playlist we created. Other videos including videos from previous conference years can be found on our YouTube channel.

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CNA2013 Video: The Power of Linking Energy and Industrial Policies

Dr. Tim Stone is the Expert Chair with the UK Department of Energy and Climate Change. He has considerable expertise in reviewing UK nuclear installations and providing advice on waste management and decommissioning. In his talk, Dr. Stone shares the importance of political aspects of nuclear projects in supporting a strong national economy.

You can watch more CNA2013 conference videos on the playlist we created. Other videos including videos from previous conference years can be found on our YouTube channel.

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CNA2013 Video: Nuclear Refurbishment Projects

The next in our CNA2013 Conference video series features a panel discussion on nuclear refurbishment projects.

Nuclear refurbishments are often referred to as the most complex engineering challenges in the history of infrastructure. With some Canadian projects recently completed, and others in initial planning phases, this session featured Canadian nuclear leaders sharing how lessons learned will inform future initiatives.

Mark Sutcliffe moderated the panel of:

You can watch more CNA2013 conference videos on the playlist we created. Other videos including videos from previous conference years can be found on our YouTube channel.

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CNA2013 Video: Developing and Maintaining a Skilled and Professional Nuclear Workforce

Ms. Jean Llewellyn is Chief Executive Officer at the National Skills Academy for Nuclear, UK. Ms. Llewellyn spoke at the CNA Conference on ensuring a skilled and professional nuclear workforce is fundamental to the success of any nuclear programme.

Her presentation explores how the UK nuclear industry and Government are working collaboratively to develop a workforce with the capacity to meet the needs of the current and future nuclear programme, seeking to address the challenges of an aging workforce and an industry that was perceived as in decline.

You can watch more CNA2013 conference videos on the playlist we created. Other videos including videos from previous conference years can be found on our YouTube channel.