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IAEA Issues Harmonized Model for Enhanced Safety Culture in Nuclear Organizations

Safety culture refers to how an organizational culture prioritizes and values safety; it is shaped by the shared attitudes, norms, beliefs and values of all employees. Read more →

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New IAEA Spent Fuel and Radioactive Waste Database Facilitates National Data Reporting and Sharing

In close cooperation with the European Commission and the OECD/NEA, the IAEA has launched a new database for spent fuel and radioactive waste that facilitates information sharing and simplifies national reporting in a single easy-to-use platform. Read more →

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Drought Tolerant Crops: IAEA and FAO Help Zambia Improve Production and Farmers' Income

Two new varieties of cowpea, a major source of protein in Zambia, are being released to offer significantly improved yields and quality to farmers and the community at large. Read more →

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Malian Farmers Adapt to Climate Change, Improve Water Use, Crop Yield and Livelihood Using Nuclear Techniques

In the semi-arid Sahel region of Segou in central Mali, small-holder farmers often struggle to provide enough food for the area’s growing population, and rainfall pattern changes due to climate change are acerbating their hardship. Read more →


Emergency Response During COVID-19: IAEA's Incident and Emergency Centre

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the IAEA’s Incident and Emergency Centre remains fully operational and ready to respond to nuclear and radiological emergencies. Read more →

Latest info on COVID-19 from Austrian and Viennese authorities

Update as of 4 May: IAEA staff should continue to work remotely through 14 May. From 15 May to 30 June, staff will return to the VIC gradually, based on operational needs. For more, click here.

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