One of the workshops at our CIP Conference 2016 on 1 July 2016 at Antwerp Management School.
Since the seventies, far before the Tsjernobyl and Fukushima accidents, the applications of nuclear technology are controversial. “How to depolarise the public debate about nuclear energy?” is the one-billion-dollar question for decision makers inside the nuclear sector.
In January 2016, Stijn Pieters, the executive secretary of the CIP Institute, gave a keynote on Complex Interactive Processes and communicating nuclear risks at Borsele in the Netherlands.
CIP members from SD Group (Spain) and PM risk-crisis-change (Belgium) partnered up to develop a series of four high-level workshop for this congress in Burgos, Spain in July 2014.
Using known and unknown examples, cases and exercises, participants learned about communication with the public in various situations related to the nuclear sector.