Nuclear Waste Governance: An International Comparison by Achim BrunnengräberNuclear Waste Governance: An International Comparison by Achim Brunnengräber

Nuclear Waste Governance: An International Comparison

byAchim BrunnengräberEditorMaria Rosaria Di Nucci, Ana Maria Isidoro Losada

Paperback | March 2, 2015

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This volume examines the national plans that ten Euratom countries plus Switzerland and the United States are developing to address high-level radioactive waste storage and disposal. The chapters, which were written by 23 international experts, outline European and national regulations, technology choices, safety criteria, monitoring systems, compensation schemes, institutional structures, and approaches to public involvement. Key stakeholders, their values and interests are introduced, the responsibilities and authority of different actors considered, decision-making processes are analyzed as well as the factors influencing different national policy choices. The views and expectations of different communities regarding participatory decision making and compensation and the steps that have been or are being taken to promote dialogue and constructive problem-solving are also considered.
Achim Brunnengräber, Maria Rosaria Di Nucci, Ana María Isidoro Losada, Lutz Mez and Miranda Schreurs; Environmental Policy Research Centre, Freie Universität Berlin and members of the project "Multi-level Governance Perspective on Nuclear Waste Disposal" within the research platform ENTRIA.
Title:Nuclear Waste Governance: An International ComparisonFormat:PaperbackDimensions:327 pagesPublished:March 2, 2015Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:365808961X

ISBN - 13:9783658089610


Table of Contents

'The International Dimension.- Countries with Geological Disposal after Reprocessing Nuclear Fuel.- Countries with Direct Disposal of Spent Nuclear Fuel.- Countries with Long-Term Surface Storage for High Level Radioactive Waste.