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Community Waste Management 2 : Improving the Governance of Nuclear Waste Management and Disposal in Europe (COWAM-2)

Objectif

The objective of COWAM 2 is to contribute to the actual improvement of the governance of Radioactive Waste Management (RWM) in order to address the issue of geological waste disposal in Europe, by:
- Better addressing and understanding societal expectations, needs and concerns as regards radioactive waste decision making processes, notably at local and regional levels, taking advantage of the past and ongoing successful and unsuccessful experiences of RWM in the concerned European countries- Increasing societal awareness of and accountability for RWM at local, national and European levels, creating the conditions for an improved dialogue among representatives of civil society and the traditional public and private actors of RWM- Developing guidance on innovative democratic governance of RWM, integrating local, national and European levels of decision as well the key non technical and technical dimensions involved,
- Developing best practices and benchmarking on practical and sustainable decision making processes recognised as fair and equitable by the stakeholders involved at the local, national and European levels as well as consistent on the short, medium and long term of RWM- Contributing to enable European societies to make actual progress in the governance of RWM, in order to reach practicable, accountable and sustainable decisions. COWAM 2 will aim at broad involvement of actors from civil society (with significant representation of local communities, elected representatives, and NGOs, as well as social and natural scientists from outside RWM institutions) together with the traditional actors in the field such as the implementers of RWM, the Public Authorities, experts and waste producers. COWAM 2 specifically addresses the objectives of Erratum Work Programme "to better understand what influences public acceptance and develop guidance for the improved governance of geological waste disposal". Grounding on the results of the COWAM 1, RISCOM, NEA FSC

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MUTADIS CONSULTANTS SARL
Adresse
Rue De La Fidelite, 3
Paris
France

Participants (18)

AGENCY FOR RADWASTE MANAGEMENT
Slovénie
Adresse
Parmova 53
Ljubljana
AGRUPACION DE MUNICIPIOS DE AREAS NUCLEARES
Espagne
Adresse
C/gran Via 62-10 Dcha
Madrid
CENTRE D'ETUDES SUR L'EVALUATION DE LA PROTECTION DANS LE DOMAINE NUCLEAIRE
France
Adresse
Route Du Panorama 18
Fontenay Aux Roses
EIDGENOESSISCHE TECHNISCHE HOCHSCHULE ZUERICH
Suisse
Adresse
Raemistrasse 101
Zurich
GRUPO DE MUNICIPIOS EUROPEOS CON INSTALACIONES NUCLEARES
Espagne
Adresse
Raval De Sant Pere 31, 1
Reus
INSTITUT DE RADIOPROTECTION ET DE SURETE NUCLEAIRE
France
Adresse
77/83 Avenue Du General De Gaulle
Clamart
INSTITUT SYMLOG DE FRANCE ASBL
France
Adresse
Rue Camille Desmoulin 9
Cachan
LANCASTER UNIVERSITY
United Kingdom
Adresse
Bailrigg
Lancaster
MAGYAR TUDOMANYOS AKADEMIA SZOCIOLOGIAI KUTATOINTEZET
Hongrie
Adresse
Uri U. 49
Budapest
NATIONAL RADIOLOGICAL PROTECTION BOARD
United Kingdom
Adresse
Chilton
Didcot,harwell
PANGEO-GEOWISSENSCHAFTLICHES BUURO
Allemagne
Adresse
Ikybusweg 23
Hannover
QUINTESSA LTD
United Kingdom
Adresse
Dalton House, Newtown Road
Henley-on-thames
REGIA AUTONOMA PENTRU ACTIVITATI NUCLEARE
Roumanie
Adresse
Campului 1
Mioveni - Arges
STUDIECENTRUM VOOR KERNENERGIE - CENTRE D'ETUDES DE L'ENERGIE NUCLEAIRE
Belgique
Adresse
Herrmann Debrouxlaan 40-42
Bruxelles
SYNCHO LTD
United Kingdom
Adresse
Aston Science Park
Birmingham
SYNDICAT DE L'ENSEIGNEMENT DE LA PRODUCTIQUE, DE LA MECANIQUE ET DES MATERIAUX
France
Adresse
6 Rue Auber
Lille
UNIVERSITE DE LIEGE
Belgique
Adresse
Place Du 20 Aout, 7
Liege
UNIVERSITE DE TECHNOLOGIES DE TROYES
France
Adresse
12 Rue Marie Curie
Troyes