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the Management of Used Nuclear
April 28, 2008 to May 31
views heard in an on-line public forum on the draft
implementation plan recently released by the Nuclear Waste
Management Organization, entitled Implementing Adaptive
Phased Management 2008 to 2012.
invite Canadians from all walks of life to make a difference
by sharing your opinions and expertise on the approach
suggested in the implementation plan for the management
of used nuclear
Moderated by Drs. Ann Dale,
Lenore Newman and Chris Ling, this e-Forum discusses a
critical issue of importance to all Canadians and runs from
Monday April 28 to May 30.
You are encouraged to tune in
the next five weeks and make your voice heard.
Royal Roads University is committed to providing public
on-line space for dialogue around critical public policy
issues, spaces that are neutral, respectful, and designed to
bring together diverse perspectives from a broad cross-section
of Canadian society.
We would appreciate if you would share this
announcement within your own
Research Chair in Sustainable
of Environment and Sustainability
The e-Dialogues research project attempts to push
internet communication technologies (ICTs) to be forces of
light rather than dark. They are designed to stimulate
substantive dialogue between leading academics and diverse
audiences, including the public policy community.
Our objectives are to
stimulate dialogue around critical sustainable development
issues; to use and evaluate electronic dialogue as a tool to
increase literacy, both scientific and social, around specific
sustainable development issues; to determine if e-Dialogues
can inform public policy development, and to determine the
efficacy of this medium for building points of consensus for
governments. Ultimately, our vision is to have listeners who
would 'tune in' to an e-dialogue, similarly as you would tune
into a radio program, such as CBC's Ideas.
Survey Research Coordinator:
Chris Ling email@example.com
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