its sites set on many objectives. The issue of nuclear waste
management offers us many opportunities to develop community and
understanding and learn to participate effectively in matters
that drastically effect our lives. At present, we aim for the
To participate in
on-going dialogue by engaging in letter writing campaigns,
attending NWMO meetings, creating dialogue forums of our own and
to participate as well.
raised during open dialogue or neglected during periods of
Offer findings of
this research in a comprehensive manner to the public.
waste proponents and their biases.
Engage in community
Create a Website that will serve as
a resource for those interested in nuclear energy and itís
inevitable nuclear waste.
groups that will allow posts and replies to opinions directly
from those in our community.
these objectives are outlined in detail, it must be remembered
that they will remain flexible in order to reflect the ideas
that may be highlighted by new participants to the group. The
amount of consideration offered to newly presented objectives
will depend on decisions made on the basis of consensus by TANAC
participants active at that time.
It has been
recognized that there must remain an element of flexibility
within the group. Within groups such as TANAC there tends to be
a flux in the number of actively engaged participants and the
decision making process should reflect that aspect to enable the
goals of the organization to head forward in a fair and
it has also been recognized through experience that a set of
objectives must be established as a mandate before an
organization makes its existence known. The objectives set
above are a result of numerous iterations between current
members of TANAC.
Larry Levesque &
Sahaja Freed &
Contact Info for TANAC and/or TANAC'S
executives can be found on the support page