The first session of the International School of Nuclear Law, recently established within the University of Montpellier 1 in co-operation with the OECD Nuclear Energy Agency
(NEA), opened in Montpellier on Monday 27 August.
*The role of the Nuclear Regulator in Promoting and Evaluating Safety Culture - a brochure published by the Nuclear Energy Agency
(NEA) - First report from the Task Group created in 1998 by the Committee on Nuclear Regulatory Activities (CNRA) and charged with directing discussions on the manner in which safety authority identify and deal with problems in the area of safety performance.
The total capacity of OECD nuclear power plants is projected to be about 319.4 GWe in the year 2005, and 331.2 GWe in 2010, account being taken of 10 GWe to be taken out of service by 2010.This information is contained in the just published annual survey of developments and projections of nuclear generation, installed capacities and associated fuel cycle services carried out by the OECD Nuclear Energy Agency
* "Radioactive Waste Management in OECD/NEA Member Countries": The Nuclear Energy Agency
(NEA) published, on May 25, an illustrated public information file presenting descriptions of 17 NEA countries' radioactive waste management programmes.
This is one of the major findings of the just-published report (also known as the "Red Book"), jointly prepared by the OECD Nuclear Energy Agency
(NEA) and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
most importantly, the book presents updated information on the Member states' environmental policy priorities and look at their records on national implementation and enforcement of EU law.price: Euro 50 ISBN 2-930073-74-8 info: the EU Committee of the American Chamber of Commerce, avenue des Arts 50, box 5 B - 1000 Brussels tel: +32 25 13 68 92 fax: +32 25 13 79 28 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org www.eucommittee.be*Nuclear Energy Data 2000 is the OECD Nuclear Energy Agency
's annual compilation of basic statistics on electricity generation and nuclear power in OECD countries.