20th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT: GLOBAL PARTNERS FOR GLOBAL SOLUTIONS

NUCLEAR POWER: HISTORY REVISITED 

Co-sponsored by the Government of Ukraine 

Conference Room 4, April 26 – 27, 2011

10:00 AM – 1:00 PM EDT

United Nations Headquarters, New York City 

Welcome and Opening Remarks: 

H.E. Mr. Volodymyr Yelchenko, Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the United Nations 

Dr. Christine K. Durbak, Chair and CEO, World Information Transfer, Inc. 

Honorable Carolyn Comitta, State Representative, Pennsylvania House of Representatives 

Moderator: Bernard D. Goldstein, Board of Directors, World Information Transfer, Inc

 

Topics and Speakers: 

“Effect of Radiation on Children” – Dr. Martha Linet, epidemiologist, National Institute of Health, USA

“Nuclear Energy, Nuclear Power and Human Health: Focus on SDG on Sustainable Energy” – Hon. Andy Weber, former United States Assistant Secretary of Defense, Council on Foreign Relations

“Enhancing the Prospects for Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals” – Dr. Peter Salk, President, Jonas Salk Legacy Foundation

“From ‘Black’ to ‘Green’ point: Exclusion Zone Transformation” – Margaryta Rayets, Head of Information, External Relations and Public Relations of Ukraine on Exclusion Zone Mngmt.

“Alternative Step of Chornobyl to Green Energy” – Kateryna Pavlova, Head of International Affairs of Ukraine on Exclusion Zone Management

“A Future to Look Forward to: Sustainable Energy and Youth” – Apurv Gupta, Youth Representative and Board of Directors, World Information Transfer, Inc.

“The Policy Interface of Sustainable Power and Human Health” – Dr. Bernard D. Goldstein, Dean Emeritus, University of Pittsburg, School of Public Health.

 

Discussion and Questions:  

Closing Remarks:

Dr. Bernard D. Goldstein, former Dean, University of Pittsburg, School of Public Health

H.E. Mr. Volodymyr Yelchenko, Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the United Nations 

 

Luncheon Delegates Dining Room, 1:00 – 2:45 PM (by invitation only)

NOTE: Please write your questions on the provided forms and submit them to the monitors.Questions will not be answered from the floor. 

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