The following speakers contributed to the 2016 symposium and many have agreed that their presentation would be made available here:

Sunday, August 28, 2016

Science, Mystery and Social Consequences: A Reflection on a Painting of Schrödinger
Jim Malone, Dublin, Ireland

Monday, August 29, 2016

The Role of Art and Emotions in Moral Reflection on Environmental Health Risks
Sabine Roeser, Delft, The Netherlands

Radiation Ethics and the Gothic Epistemology of Modern Technological Risk: Ghosts, Measurement, and Praxis
Mark Coeckelbergh, Vienna, Austria

Discourses on Risks and Discourses on Value in Environmental Health
Michiel Korthals, Wageningen. The Netherlands

Care Ethics in Environmental Health
Jiří Šimek, České Budějovice, Czech Republic

Just a casualty or an active agent of change? – When vector control becomes a community effort
Maryam Zölzer-Yazdani, Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Ethical Considerations on the Empowerment of People Living in Contaminated Areas after a Nuclear Accident
Francois Rollinger, Fontenay-aux-Roses, France

Socio-Economic, Historical and Cultural Background: Implications for Behaviour after Radiation Accidents and Better Resilience
Liudmila Liutsko, Barcelona, Spain

Ethical Challenges in Health Surveillance: A Case Study of Thyroid Screening after Fukushima
Deborah Oughton, Ås, Norway

Justice and Disaster Governance
Behnam Taebi, Delft, The Netherlands

Science for Sale or Science for the People? Ethics, Civil Society and Scientific Engagement in the United States and Africa
Leslie London, Cape Town, South Africa

Pedagogies for Teaching Confirmation Bias and Conflict-of-Interest in Environmental Epidemiology
Erik R. Svendsen, Charleston, USA

The Role of Vested Interests, Cultural Norms and Dominant Paradigms in Science, Risk Management and Risk Communication
Colin L. Soskolne, Edmonton, Canada

Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Ethical Tools for Decision Makers
Peter Schröder-Bäck, Maastricht, The Netherlands

Beyond the Killer App, or What Environmental Ethicists Might Learn from Bioethics
Per Sandin, Uppsala, Sweden

The Balance between Chemical and IR Risks – Ethical Aspects
Friedo Zölzer, České Budějovice, Czech Republic

Risk of Low (Radiation) Doses: Precautionary Principle and Uncertainties
Christian Streffer, Essen, Germany

An Overlooked Systemic Problem in Radiation Shielding Calculations illustrated in Diagnostic Radiology
Jim Malone, Dublin, Ireland

The 2030 Agenda and Sustainable Development Goals: Placing Environmental Health in a Larger Ethical Framework
Arthur Dahl, Geneva, Switzerland

Global Climate Change – New Challenges to Public Health from the Perspective of Health Ethics
Nanuli Ninashvili, Tbilisi, Georgia

Energy, Economy, Environment
Jürgen Kiefer, Gießen, Germany

The Nuclear Fuel Cycle – Ethical Challenges
Peter Trebilco, Sydney, Australia

Science, Policy, and the Transparency of Values in Environmental Health Research
David B. Resnik, Research Triangle Park, USA

The Politics of Hypothesis – An Inquiry into the Ethics of Scientific Assessment
Gaston Meskens, Mol, Belgium

Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Tragic Failures: How the Law and Science Fail to Protect the Public
Carl F. Cranor, Riverside, USA

Trust, Corruption, and Public Welfare
Greg Dahl, Hluboká nad Vltavou, Czech Republic