Tuesday, 19 November 2013
Building a Safer Malaysia- Let’s work with the experts and learn from the Lynas Rare Earth Project
You are cordially invited to the above Seminar which will be held on Sunday 24th November 2013 (8am to 5pm) at the Mandarin Court Hotel, Kuala Lumpur.
Mandarin Court Hotel Kuala Lumpur
55 Jalan Maharajalela,
50150, Kuala Lumpur,
Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
+06 3 2273 9933
We are please to present several renowned independent experts who will provide their professional opinion on the Lynas rare earth refinery project.
Amongst our international guest speakers are:
· Gerhard Schmidt, a Senior Scientist and a toxic and radioactive waste expert from the Oeko Institute in Germany who will give a critical overview of the Lynas waste and pollution management system and explain the implication of its deficiencies.
· Dr Peter Karamboskos, a practicing nuclear medicine physician and radiologist, an academic and the public representative on the Radiation Health Committee of the Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency (ARPANSA) will speak on the risks of the Lynas radioactive waste disposal proposals and the latest international radiation safety standard and guidelines
· Professor Wang Guo Zheng from China, an academic who has carried out extensive research into rare earth waste management will speak on the risks and hazards of recycling rare earth waste as proposed by Lynas
· Professor Yoshihiko Wada is a Professor at Doshisha University in the Faculty of Economics, Kyoto, Japan. He specializes in environmental and social impact analysis of uranium and rare earth mining activities, nuclear energy development, as well as war. He will be speaking about the unethical and Unsustainable Economic Model of "Exporting Pollution" based on the Lynas case study and the Japanese financing of the project.
Several high calibre local professionals will join our international experts to discuss and develop strategy forward to build a safer Malaysia.
Please RSVP by close of business 20th November 2013.
Should you require further information, please contact our hotline number +60129823302
Thank you for your attention and we look forward to having you at the seminar.
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