The following speakers contributed to the 2014 symposium and many have agreed that their presentation would be made available here:

Sunday, June 15, 2014

An Introduction to the OPERRA Project
Jean-René Jourdain, OPERRA Project Coordinator

The Importance of Ethics in the View of the International Commission on Radiological Protection
Jacques Lochard, ICRP Main Commission Vice-Chair

Monday, June 16, 2014

Global, Regional and Local Ecological Change: Ethical Aspects for Public Health
Colin L. Soskolne, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Ecosystem Approach and Radiation Protection
Deborah Oughton, Ås, Norway

Enforcing Environmental Ethics in the Objectives and Concerns of Environmental Policies
Marie Claire Cantone, Milan, Italy

Global Climate Change – New Challenge to Environmental Sciences and Education
Nanuli Ninashvili, Tbilisi, Georgia

Is Sustainability Ethically Realistic?
Peter Trebilco, Kensington, New South Wales, Australia

Environmental Health and Ethical Issues during Disasters in Pakistan
Badaruddin Abbasi, Dammam, Saudi Arabia

Environmental Health Laws and Relations Between People
Carl Cranor, Riverside, California, USA

Ethics of Food, Health and Environment
Michiel Korthals, Wageningen, The Netherlands

Bioethics, the Precautionary Principle, and Future Generations
Robin Attfield, Cardiff, UK

A Critique of the Limitations of Cost­-Benefit Analysis in Environmental Economics and Health Policy
Husseim Stuck, Cottbus, Germany

Radioactive Waste: Some Ethical Aspects of its Disposal
Christian Streffer, Essen, Germany

Teaching about Biological Effects of Ionizing Radiation, a Sensitive Societal Issue Related to Radiation Protection
Marie-Hélène Hengé-Napoli, Lyon, France

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

The Phenomenology of Environmental Health Risk: Vulnerability to Modern Technological Risk, Alienation, and Risk Politics
Mark Coeckelbergh, Leicester, UK

Bridging the Gap between Public Acceptance and Ethical Acceptability: Multinational Nuclear Waste Repositories
Behnam Taebi, Delft, The Netherlands

Some Philosophical Remarks on Ethics of Environmental Health
Jiří Šimek, České Budějovice, Czech Republic

The Ethics of Radiological Risk Governance – The Justice of Justification as a Central Concern
Gaston Meskens, Mol, Belgium

Taking Civil Rights Seriously in Post-Fukushima Japan
Michio Miyasaka, Niigata, Japan

Empathy-Driven Design Processes for Risk Communication
Neysan Zölzer, London, UK

EAGLE Panel on Risk Communication
Tanja Perko, Mol, Belgium
Claire Mays, Paris, France

Łukasz Koszuk, Warsaw, Poland
Geert Lauwen, Dessel, Belgium

Wednesday, 18 June 2014

Publicity and the Need for an “Explosion” in the Principles of Nuclear Ethics
Stephen Gardiner, Seattle, Washington, USA

Recent Reflections on the Ethical Basis of the System of Radiological Protection
Christopher Clement, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

A Global Basis for Ethics from Evolutionary Psychology
Richard Toohey, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA

The Need for Consistency in Dealing with Individual Sensitivity to Workplace Hazards
Christopher J. Kalman, Edinburgh, UK

Considerations on Risk-Benefit Analyses in Medical Radiation Usage
Jürgen Kiefer, Giessen, Germany

Ethical Framework for Medical and Quasi-Medical Procedures
Jim Malone, Dublin, Ireland

“Common Morality” Approaches for Ethics of Environmental Health
Friedo Zölzer, Budweis, Czech Republic