Voices from TRANSENS
Voices from the TRANSENS team
In the following videos, Dr. Anne Eckhardt and Prof. Dr. Clemens Walther provide answers to various questions as well as their personal impressions of the project. We would like to share these with you below:
"TRANSENS reports claim to reflect new scientific findings while doing so in a form that is understandable to the interested public." Anne Eckhardt
"The goal should be to work with citizens to create part of the solution to the problem of radioactive waste disposal in Germany." Clemens Walther
"Together with stakeholders from outside academia, we can provide input to help solve the problem of nuclear waste disposal. "Elske Bechthold
"I realize through this work in the project how important it is to speak both languages of site search. "Dörte Themann
"For example, we are looking at the issues of uncertainties, risk perception and trust, and we are incorporating results gained into the ongoing process."-Roman Seidl
Remlingen-Semmenstedt citizen measurement station
The research association TRANSENS gives citizens the opportunity to measure radioactivity in their environment themselves through the citizen monitoring station. This month, two events provided more detailed information about the exact activities of the citizen monitoring station and about the services available to the public.
An "open day" and an "information evening" were held.