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Improving Programmes for Radioactive Waste and Spent Fuel Management, Decommissioning and Remediation

Improved organizational performance, enhanced safety, optimized operations and increased national and international confidence in Member States' organizations, facilities, programmes and activities are among the benefits that IAEA ARTEMIS peer reviews provide to Member States. Read more...

Uranium in Africa: Aiming high for leadership

Project leaders from across the African region gathered at the first ever Leadership Academy workshop on sustainable uranium production to discuss effective leadership skills and methods. Read more...

Nominations open for next IAEA Nuclear Energy Management School

The IAEA is now receiving nominations to attend its next Nuclear Energy Management (NEM) School, to take place from 17 - 28 May 2015 in Abu Dhabi. Early to mid-career nuclear energy professionals, with managerial potential, from the following countries are encouraged to apply: Bangladesh, Jordan, Kuwait, Malaysia, Philippines, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka, Thailand, UAE and Viet Nam. Read more...

Managing Large Size Radioactive Waste from Decommissioning Nuclear Facilities

Radioactive waste must be safely and securely managed to protect people and the environment from the harmful effects of ionizing radiation. A recent IAEA training course in Slovakia addressed one area of specific concern to Member States in this field: How to manage large size radioactive waste arisings from the decommissioning of components with complex geometries. Read more...

IAEA Issues 2014 Edition of Climate Change and Nuclear Power

The IAEA's Latest edition of the Climate Change and Nuclear Power report, issued today, examines the role of nuclear power in mitigating global climate change and how it contributes to other developmental and environmental challenges. Read more...

IAEA Reviews Viet Nam's Nuclear Power Infrastructure Development

An IAEA mission reviewing Viet Nam's nascent nuclear power programme found that the country implemented some of the Agency's earlier recommendations on siting, stakeholder involvement, environmental protection and industrial involvement, and that it is aware of what more needs to be done. Read more...

Developing Effective Techniques to Engage with Decision Makers and the Public on Nuclear Power

Underlining the importance of nurturing public acceptance, experts from over 40 countries met 4-7 November 2014 in Bristol, United Kingdom to develop effective techniques and messages to engage with decision makers and the public on nuclear power projects. Read more...

Supporting Access to Nuclear Information

With over 3.7 million bibliographic records, the IAEA hosts of one of the world's largest collections of published information on the peaceful uses of nuclear science and technology. Read more...


Topics In Focus

Climate Change and Nuclear Power

2014 Scientific Forum 
on Radioactive Waste

Nuclear Technology 
Review 2014

Nuclear Power: Status and Outlook

 Nuclear Power: Status and Outlook

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