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ATSE conference, Australia

last modified Oct 07, 2013 04:21 PM
ATSE conference, Australia

Peter Guthrie (Univ Cambridge), Ron Cameron (OECD), Äikäs Timo (Posiva), Ian Duncan (ATSE)

Professor Peter Guthrie was a keynote speaker at the opening of the ATSE Conference in Sydney in late July when the issue of Nuclear Energy for Australia was debated. He then went on with two other international contributors to present at events held in Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide. Whilst there he also addressed meetings of Consult Australia in each of the cities on sustainability in infrastructure. The link http://www.atse.org.au/Documents/Events/ATSE-Nuclear-Energy-for-Australia-Conference-Report.pdf gives more details

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