The Evolution of Decommissioning Planning

In their chapter titled “The Evolution of Decommissioning Planning: Tracing the Requirements to Consider Radioactive Wastes and Socia Risk of Nuclear Power Plants”, CELA counsel Kerrie Blaise & Greenpeace program director Shawn-Patrick Stensil trace the evolution of decommissioning regulations and policy and compare decommissioning guides among propoheirnents, since their development in 2000 when the Nuclear Safety and Control Act (NSCA) came into force.

Small Modular Reactors in Canada: Eroding Public Oversight in Canada’s Transition to Sustainable Development

Chapter 11 of J. L. Black-Branch and D. Fleck (eds.), Nuclear Non-Proliferation in International Law - Volume V - Legal Challenges for Nuclear Security and Deterrence, Download chapter here: Blaise-Stensil-Ch11-Small-Modular-Reactors (26 pp.) This fifth volume in the book series…

Nuclear Law, Oversight and Regulation: Seeking Public Dialogue and Democratic Transparency in Canada

Chapter from Nuclear Non-Proliferation in International Law - Volume IV (2018), prepared by CELA lawyers Kerrie Blaise, Theresa McClenaghan and Richard Lindgren reviewing the jurisdiction of the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC)