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Introductory remarks by Augusto Ancarani[Roundtable discussion on whether the advocates of nuclear power and the adversaries are listening to each other]

Abstract

The subject proposed for the present roundtable is in the form of a twofold question. To assert that advocates and adversaries of nuclear power are listening to each other will hopefully result from what will be said. But, as far as the chance of a dialogue is concerned, one can answer in the positive from the start. Indeed a dialogue is always possible, even among deaf people, provided they are polite. This has been and still is the situation in many instances. If we consider the politics situation in a worldwide perspective, we hove to acknowledge that the mood is favorable to the dialogue on almost every possible subject. If this is true among the great powers, it will also be the case, at all the Levels, inside our democratic and articulate societies, O rice set in motion the solution of the great problems concerning peace among notions, still remain to be tackled the ones about the welfare of humankind. Such welfare rests heavily on the availability of energy; besides, energy cannot bp produced without some consequences upon the environment. This process will bi a Long and a difficult one; it will be exhausted only through confrontations, exchanges of view,  More>>
Authors:
Ancarani, Augusto [1] 
  1. Commission of the European Communities, Brussels (Belgium)
Publication Date:
Jul 01, 1989
Product Type:
Conference
Report Number:
INIS-XA-C-011
Resource Relation:
Conference: PIME '89: International workshop on public information problems of nuclear energy, Montreux (Switzerland), 22-25 Jan 1989; Other Information: PBD: [1989]; Related Information: In: PIME '89 (Public Information Materials Exchange): International workshop on public information problems of nuclear energy, 236 pages.
Subject:
29 ENERGY PLANNING, POLICY AND ECONOMY; ENERGY POLICY; ENERGY SUPPLIES; NUCLEAR POWER; PUBLIC ANXIETY; PUBLIC INFORMATION; PUBLIC OPINION; PUBLIC POLICY
OSTI ID:
20556003
Research Organizations:
European Nuclear Society, Brussels (Belgium); FORATOM, Brussels (Belgium)
Country of Origin:
IAEA
Language:
English
Other Identifying Numbers:
TRN: XA04C0434011034
Availability:
Available from INIS in electronic form
Submitting Site:
INIS
Size:
3 pages
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Ancarani, Augusto. Introductory remarks by Augusto Ancarani[Roundtable discussion on whether the advocates of nuclear power and the adversaries are listening to each other]. IAEA: N. p., 1989. Web.
Ancarani, Augusto. Introductory remarks by Augusto Ancarani[Roundtable discussion on whether the advocates of nuclear power and the adversaries are listening to each other]. IAEA.
Ancarani, Augusto. 1989. "Introductory remarks by Augusto Ancarani[Roundtable discussion on whether the advocates of nuclear power and the adversaries are listening to each other]." IAEA.
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title = {Introductory remarks by Augusto Ancarani[Roundtable discussion on whether the advocates of nuclear power and the adversaries are listening to each other]}
author = {Ancarani, Augusto}
abstractNote = {The subject proposed for the present roundtable is in the form of a twofold question. To assert that advocates and adversaries of nuclear power are listening to each other will hopefully result from what will be said. But, as far as the chance of a dialogue is concerned, one can answer in the positive from the start. Indeed a dialogue is always possible, even among deaf people, provided they are polite. This has been and still is the situation in many instances. If we consider the politics situation in a worldwide perspective, we hove to acknowledge that the mood is favorable to the dialogue on almost every possible subject. If this is true among the great powers, it will also be the case, at all the Levels, inside our democratic and articulate societies, O rice set in motion the solution of the great problems concerning peace among notions, still remain to be tackled the ones about the welfare of humankind. Such welfare rests heavily on the availability of energy; besides, energy cannot bp produced without some consequences upon the environment. This process will bi a Long and a difficult one; it will be exhausted only through confrontations, exchanges of view, dialogues, discussions - any term that you will care to choose.}
place = {IAEA}
year = {1989}
month = {Jul}
}