The Nuclear Waters of Russia’s Pryargunsky Uranium Mine – Film, Commentary and Discussion
Friday 18 February at 10.15-12.00 CET (Stockholm Time)
Taking place in hybrid-format at KTH’s Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment (big Seminar Room) and via Zoom:
Join us via zoom: https://kth-se.zoom.us/j/62616138902
Greenpeace campaginer and former Arctic 30-member Dima Litvinov presents the water aspects of Krasnokamensk’s Pryargunsky Uranium Mine in eastern Siberia. After the fall of the Soviet Union, Dima went to one of the biggest uranium mines in the world to investigate how water was being treated throughout the mining process. There, they were also able to film. This film is now going to be presented as part of the NUCLEARWATERS seminar series. Dima will comment on the video and we will have a joint discussion afterwards. This event should be interesting for scholars of mining endeavours, nuclear history, water and contamination experts. Join us at KTH or online via Zoom!