Remembering the past in the future: Building awareness of radioactive waste repositories together
Workshop, November 22 – 24, 2022 - Dessel, Belgium
How can knowledge of high-level radioactive waste existence, nature and history be passed on to future generations? The NEA Expert Group on Awareness Preservation (EGAP) has been focusing on this question and is working on new concepts and alternative approaches to be taken into account in a comprehensive strategy. Progress towards viable and shared records, knowledge and memory (RK&M) preservation strategies was documented in the RK&M initiative’s final report Preservation of Records, Knowledge and Memory Across Generations. In order to disseminate and discuss first results, receive feedback and broaden the discussion to include various stakeholders, the EGAP is organising a workshop Remembering the past in the future: Building awareness of radioactive waste repositories together.