Presentations

Thursday, August 25, 2011

The right to being surrounded by beauty
Dalibor Borak, Brno, Czech Republic

Environmental Health Ethics Approaches
Deborah Oughton, Ås, Norway

A Cloud Approach to Environmental Ethics
Colin Seymour, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

Considerations on the „Precautionary Principle“
Jürgen Kiefer, Gießen, Germany

Practical Issues in Radiation Protection Decision Making: Can Scientific Input be Distinguished from Value Judgements?
Graham Smith, Abington, Oxfordshire, UK

Solid Waste Public Health Problems
Nanuli Ninashvili, Tbilisi, Georgia

Ethical principles for radiation protection
Sven Ove Hansson, Stockholm, Sweden

Review of radiation protection issues related to the use of nuclear power
Per Wikman-Svahn, Stockholm, Sweden

Ethics of radiological protection for nuclear power production and waste management
Behnam Taebi, Delft, The Netherlands

Ethical analysis of the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster: A Discourse Analysis
Michio Miyasaka, Niigata, Japan

Rethinking Nuclear Energy Options in the Arab Gulf Region: Some Ethical Concerns
Norman K. Swazo, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Coping with Technological Risk: Skill, Imagination, Meaning
Mark Coeckelbergh, Twente, The Netherlands

Friday, August 26, 2011

Ethics of Radiology and Toxicology: Similarities and Differences
Steven G. Gilbert, Seattle, USA

Healthcare Needs of Patients with Niigata Minamata: Disease and Ethical Issues
Sayuri Sakai, Niigata, Japan

Research Framing Ethics: Ethical Issues Raised by the Duality between "Ecohealth" and "Eco-Epidemiology"
Nicolas Lechopier, Lyon, France

Biomonitoring for an Indoor Air Quality Assessment
Radosław Czernych, Gdynia, Poland

To What Extent is Stem Cell Research Allowed in Cosmetics Laboratories under French Law?
Allane Madanamoothoo, Troyes, France

Human Biomonitoring in Environmental Health: From Biosurveillance to Relational Ethics
Susanne Bauer, Berlin, Germany

Reporting Biomonitoring Results: a Canadian Perspective
Jeanine Bustros, Ottawa, Canada

Duty of Care to Workers Participating in Radiation Studies
Christopher J. Kalman, Glasgow, Scotland

The Need for Greater and Less Reckless Environmental Health Protections
Carl Cranor, Riverside, California, USA

Saturday, August 27, 2011

How to Implement Ethics in Environmental Health Education
Colin L. Soskolne, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Is there a Right to Beauty?
Peter Trebilco, Kensington, New South Wales, Australia

Obuasi Municipal Assembly’s Health Hazard Evaluation Program: Promoting Community Environmental Health through Partnership
Job A. Ampomah, Kumasi, Ghana

Conflict Situations in Emergency Medical Care Provision
Dmitri Pustovalov, Moscow, Russia

A Cross-Cultural Approach to Questions of Environmental Health Ethics
Friedo Zölzer, České Budějovice, Czech Republic