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[en] The context in which this paper is set down concerns nuclear power, and this paper complements a number of more specialist treatments of aspects of the subject. Although it is, in consequence, perhaps to be expected that the discussion given would be specifically for a nuclear power plant the principles and methods of working involved apply equally to all kinds of power station projects though the actual fields of specialisation of team members, and the topics.of major discussion may vary from one project to another.
[en] One of the most important points of agreement arising from international studies of nuclear energy is that no significant change to the environment has occurred as a result of operating power plants. This emerged from the Agency's symposium at United Nations headquarters during August on Environmental Aspects of Nuclear Power. (author)
[en] Preparations are well under way in many countries for the Fourth International Conference on the Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy. By decision of the United Nations, this is to be held in Geneva from 6 to 16 September 1971 and the Agency has been given the responsibility for its scientific aspects. The provisional agenda gives an idea of the subjects on which reports will provide the world with the latest information. (author)