[ RadSafe ] Green Cross assesses legacy of Fukushima andChernobyl nuclear disasters
franz.schoenhofer at chello.at
Fri Jan 22 09:35:42 CST 2016
You asked about "Green Cross". There is some information on Wikipedia
1) "Green Cross" was the (code) name for a nervegas used during WW1. To name
an organisation, which claims to stand for such a number of humane thoughts,
by the name of a poison which was used to deliberately kill thousands (tens
of thousands?) of human beings is a little difficult to understand
2) It is an initiative based on Gorbatchev. I am more than sceptic about any
"world wide" humanitarian initiatives of politicians and history shows that
humanity is usually not the real driving force. I do not go into detail, but
there are more than enough examples throughout history, especially the
recent one, to prove this opinion.
3) People active in this circle seem to be mostly politicians. Anyway
according to the links (many of them do not work) this circle seems to be
rather exclusive. This can explain the importance of this meeting according
to MacPherson, this ultimate expert in nuclear matters.. The "Dialogue with
international Experts" (No names given or is the Japanese Prime Minister
another ultimate expert?) It will last for two (two!!!) hours in Zurich.
Experts from Japan, Russia and Switzerland, no others available? No other
countries affected? This is absurd - anybody travelling from wheresoever to
Zurich for two hours discussion?
No, I stop now, because this topic is to absurd and silly to spend even a
few minutes wasting time on PR for a few polificians.
-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht----- .
From: Roger Helbig
Sent: Friday, January 22, 2016 2:02 PM
Subject: Re: [ RadSafe ] Green Cross assesses legacy of Fukushima
andChernobyl nuclear disasters
On Fri, Jan 22, 2016 at 4:52 AM, Roger Helbig <rwhelbig at gmail.com> wrote:
> Are these presenters at this Green Cross function knowledgeable and
> not biased or are they opposed to nuclear power?
> Roger Helbig
> Green Cross assesses legacy of Fukushima and Chernobyl nuclear disasters
> by Christina MacPherson
> FIVE YEARS AFTER FUKUSHIMA, GREEN CROSS ASSESSES LEGACY OF DISASTER
> Green Cross is organizing a dialogue with international experts in
> Zurich on 30 January to shed light on the consequences of nuclear
> disasters in Japan and the former Soviet Union. This year marks the
> fifth anniversary of the Fukushima catastrophe, and the 30th
> anniversary of the Chernobyl meltdown. Both of those incidents
> continue to affect the people and environment of surrounding regions
> to this day.
> Green Cross has been working on the ground at Fukushima ever since the
> disaster hit, and has over 20 years’ experience helping victims of
> Chernobyl in Russia, Ukraine and Belarus. The Zurich conference brings
> together experts and practitioners from Japan, Russia and Switzerland
> to share their experiences and participate in a frank exchange about
> the state of atomic energy in the world today.
> The event will run from 13h30 to 15h30 in the EPF’s Maximum auditorium
> (Ramistrasse 101, 8092 Zurich). It will feature former Japanese Prime
> Minister Naoto Kan, Swiss Professor Dr. Horst-Michael Prasser, Green
> Cross’ own Dr. Stephen Robinson, Prof. Jonathan Samet from the
> University of Southern California, and Professor Dr. Vladimir
> Kusnetsov from the Moscow Electrotechnical Institute.
> The panelists will each make a presentation, after which they will
> respond to audience questions. Simultaneous translation will be
> provided in English, German, Japanese and Russian.
> Christina MacPherson | January 22, 2016 at 3:06 am | Categories:
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