The second roundtable on emergency preparedness and response around the nuclear power plant Temelin has taken place on September 27th in the Czech Republic.
Download the agenda and presentations of Temelin’s roundtable:
“Why an Aarhus roundtable on EP&R?”
“Extension of lifetime of nuclear power plants and the risks of serious accidents”
“Temelin, Dukovany, Isar I and II – transboundary emergency preparedness – what is known to the public?” Edvard Sequens and Herbert Barthel,
“Transboundary emergency preparedness & response in reality”: methodology and NTW’s work
Download also the answers sent to NTW by institutions responsible for EP-R management:
Answer from Interior Ministry Saxony in German. (Will be translated.)
Answer from Environmental Ministry Austria.
Answer from Interior Ministry (Crisis Center) Slovakia. (Will be translated.)
Answer from Interior Ministry Bavaria. (Will be translated.)
Answer from Czech Republic, Eda Sequens for the public
Answer from Czech Nuclear Safety Office SUJB and Czech Interior Ministry.
And a contribution written by members of the civil society: Bernhard Riepl, Chairman of a Czech/Austrian NGO and Heinz Stockinger, Independent Salzburg Platform Against Nuclear Dangers (PLAGE)
The process engaged by NTW to gather information all around Europe about EP-R together with civil society and concerned institutions goes on. Following roundtables will take place in Slovenia, Ukraine and Belgium in the coming months.