<<Cracking the Nuclear Labyrinth>> International Forum 2012

Post date: Feb 6, 2012 8:34:57 AM

Since the nuclear plant catastrophe in Fukushima last year, people from Hong Kong had gone from being concerned about the Japanese victims, as well as the effects that the leaked radiation could have on us; to happily downing imported food from the country and spending precious vacation time in the vicinity of the potentially still dangerous grounds. What do we really know about radiation and nuclear energy? What impacts do they have on our lives? In short, how should we face the controversy of the massive nuclear industry?

We would like to invite you to take part in <<Cracking the Nuclear Labyrinth>> International Forum. Among the speakers are ex-Fukushima resident/unionist, nuclear experts from Canada and the states, let’s crack the nuclear labyrinth together!


Forum Details:

Date: 10th March 2012 (Saturday)

Time: 10:00am to 6:00pm

Venue: Hong Kong Polytechnic University


Speakers includes:

Dr. Gordon Edwards, President, Canadian Coalition for Nuclear Responsibility

Robert Gould, M.D., Physicians for Social Responsibility

Lill Liu, Taiwanese/Japanese Author/Activisit

Dr. Shih-hao Kang, Green Citizens Action Alliance, Taiwan

Fukushima Unionist

Indian Activist (People's Movement Against Nuclear Energy) (to be confirmed)




Gordon Edwards: The Labyrinth of Challenges and Choices (Keynote Speech)


The German Experience on Anti-nuclear Movement and Alternative Energy Sources


岩倉女士 : 福島核災一年來的問題


日本-台灣-中國大陸-香港:東亞核電的危險紐帶 - 劉黎兒


Dr. Robert Gould: Global Warming and Nuclear Renaissance

(How health impacts of nuclear energy have been hidden from the public)