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Public Speeches and Testimony




Frequently, Citizens for Nuclear Technology Awareness provides testimony at public meetings related to U.S., regional, and local policy. We also provide topical presentations to community organizations and professional societies, often in cooperation with the CNTA Speakers' Bureau.

Slides or transcripts from these presentations are posted here.

Portable Document Format, PDF, files will be downloaded to your computer or will (usually) open in a separate window, depending on your web-browser settings.

"Radiation - What is it, What it isn't": November 2011 presentation to the Savannah River Site Citizens Advisory Board by Dr. Clint Wolfe, Executive Director of CNTA. The talk provides an update of topics discussed in the "Superstition" discussion.

"Superstition": July 2011 presentation to the Savannah River Site Citizens Advisory Board by Dr. Clint Wolfe, Executive Director of CNTA. The talk focuses on common myths and facts about nuclear energy. Versions of the talk have been presented to other community groups.

Blue Ribbon Commission Testimony: Transcript of January 2011 testimony to the Blue Ribbon Commission on America's Nuclear Future by Dr. Clint Wolfe, Executive Director of CNTA. The focus is on the need to educate stakeholders on the real risks and benefits of nuclear techologies.

Blue Ribbon Commission Testimony: Transcript of August 2010 testimony to the Blue Ribbon Commission on America's Nuclear Future, Reactor and Fuel Cycle Technologies Subcommittee, by Dr. Clint Wolfe, Executive Director of CNTA. The focus is on the need to educate stakeholders on the real risks and benefits of nuclear techologies.

"On Being the Nuclear Voice: Effective Citizen Advocacy of Beneficial Nuclear Technologies": March 2010 presentation at the Waste Management 2010 technical conference by Dr. Susan Wood, Chair of CNTA. The focus is on the need to educate stakeholders on the real risks and benefits of nuclear techologies.


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