The World Nuclear Industry Status Report 2021 (WNISR2021) has been elaborated by an international team of 13 interdisciplinary experts from seven countries. WNISR2021 has been launched globally by video-conference on 28 September 2021 (see video and PPT). Since then, there have been launch events in the Czech Republic, and in Taiwan. Further events, briefings and/or releases of translated summary versions are planned in Beijing, Brussels, and Paris.
WNISR2021 contains a major 33-page analysis of the status of the Fukushima disaster from an onsite/offsite perspective, and on legal, health and economic issues, as well as a 25-page assessment of the nuclear power sector in Japan. However, the overall international context is crucial to understand the significance of developments in Japan. It contains global assessment of operation, construction, decommissioning of nuclear power plants worldwide, and country-by-country analysis of nuclear power programs. This year, the report also contains chapters on Small Modular Reactors (SMR), nuclear power and climate change resilience, nuclear power and criminal energy, and nuclear power versus renewable energy.
The Japan Launch event speakers included WNISR’s Coordinator Mycle Schneider, Kiyoshi Kurokawa, Chairman of the National Diet of Japan Fukushima Nuclear Accident Independent Investigation Commission, as well as Tomas Kåberger, Chair of Executive Board of Renewable Energy Institute.
Program *Japanese - English simultaneous interpretation provided.
|[Moderator] Tomas Kåberger Chair of Executive Board, Renewable Energy Institute
Kiyoshi Kurokawa Professor Emeritus, the University of Tokyo and National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies / Distinguished Professor, Tokai University DL
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1. Overview of the World Nuclear Industry Status Report 2021
Mycle Schneider Coordinator / Publisher of WNISR2021
2. WNISR2021 Nuclear Power in Japan
Tatsujiro Suzuki Vice Director, Professor of Research Center for Nuclear Weapons Abolition, Nagasaki University (RECNA)
3. WNISR2021 Status Report on Fukushima 10 years after
Hisako Sakiyama Chair of the Board of Directors, the 3.11 Fund for Children with Thyroid Cancer
4. WNISR2021 Nuclear Power, Renewable Energy and Climate Change
Antony Froggatt Independent Consultant / Deputy Director and Senior Research Fellow, Environment and Society Programme, Chatham House, U.K.
|Date & Time||Wednesday 19 January 2022 / 18:00 - 19:45 JST|
|Event Format||Webinar (Zoom)|
|Co-organized by||Global Health Innovation Policy Program, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies
Renewable Energy Institute
|Admission||Free (prior registration required)|