Also, the issue of Dredging: a comparison between Fukushima Daiichi and Hinkley Point
Fukushima Daiichi Discharge facility conceptual diagram
Speaker: Tim Deere-Jones, Independent Marine Pollution Consultant, Campaigner and Researcher, UK
Saturday, November 5, 10:00 am-12:15 (UK), 11:00-13:15 (CET, including Germany & France)
Zoom webinar, registration required:
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Subject: Zoom webinar Nov 5
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Who is Tim Deere-Jones?
Tim Deere-Jones has been working as an independent Marine Pollution Consultant/Campaigner and Researcher since the 1980’s. He was educated at the Cardiff University (Wales) Department of Maritime Studies, where his dissertation researched the sea-to-land transfer of marine pollutants. Tim has worked on a wide range of marine and coastal issues on campaigns covering marine environments from the Arctic to Australia. Tim has a particular interest, expertise and focus on issues related to marine radioactivity and marine hydrocarbon pollution. He has worked with, and for, leading marine environmental NGOs, Local Government organisations and Citizens Campaign groups and has never worked for, or with, the polluting industries.
The conference will be given in English with Japanese translation.
We will run Tim Deere-Jones’ video message at the beginning.
Please take a look before the meeting:
The video watching will be followed by Tim Deere-Jones’ complementary speech and then by a discussion.
You can send questions to Tim Deere-Jones before Oct 27 to:
18:50 Participants start entering the zoom room
19:00-19:05 Organisers’ greetings (only in Japanese)
19:05 – 19:25 Viewing of the above YouTube video (English version with Japanese subtitles)
19:25 – 21:10 (with Tim Deere-Jones with English/Japanese interpretation)
Tim Deere-Jones highlights urgent issues in relation to the dredging in progress at Fukushima Daiichi, based on the UK experiences, especially at Hinkley Point.
Question and answer session
21:10 Announcement of the next session from the organisers, etc. (only in Japanese)
21:15 End of the webinar
For information concerning the dredging work in progress at the TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi site, please see the following TEPCO PDF file.