WLI Webinars, Conferences, Workshops, Public and Certificate Presentations
Hiroshima & Nagasaki Webinar
2020 marked the 75th commemoration of the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki that ended World War II in August 1945.
These were the only times nuclear weapons have been used during war. They caused widespread devastation and resulted in a legacy of radioactive contamination. While we practice social distancing in this time of the Coronavirus and grieve about the more than 200,000 people worldwide who have died of COVID-19 this year, it is less well-known that a similar number of people died in Japan from these atomic explosions.
Global Nuclear Awareness is an affiliate program and a strong focus of World Life Institute, an educational and humanitarian organization begun in 1987. During this Coronavirus pandemic, we must never forget about the tragedy of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
John Hershey, an author, and journalist in post-war Japan, famously noted, “What has kept the world safe from the bomb since 1945 has not been deterrence, in the sense of fear of specific weapons, so much as it's been memory. The memory of what happened at Hiroshima.”
HiroshimaShi & NagasakiShi: Never Forgotten
Hibakusha Guest Speaker: Terumi Tanaka - San
Markham, Toronto, Conference
Is the Dragon Sleeping in the house?
Understanding the landscape of nuclear challenges for Canada
The foundation and future of nuclear energy in Ontario - A Brief History
Angela Biscoff, Director Ontario Clean Air Alliance
Why we should be concerned about the Nuclear Arms Race
The Great Lakes Radiation Environment
How Dangerous is Radiation from a Public Health Perspective?
Dr. David Elijah Bell
Will the New 4th Generation or modularized "Neighbourhood" Reactors be a solution to Environmental Contamination? or prevent another Chernobyl or Fukushima?
Launch: Certificate & Public Presentations
Basic Principles of Personal Protection In a Radiation Environment
Global and Personal Realities of the Nuclear Era
Unleashing the Power of an Atom: Nuclear Energy Foundations and Overview
Syed Ali Abbas
Radiation Fundamentals 1: Physical Principles and Properties of Ionizing Radiation
Radiation Fundamentals 2: Biological Principles and Medical Effects of Ionizing Radiation
Public Health and the Management of Nuclear and Radiation Emergencies
Dr. David Elijah Bell
Responding Priorities for Health Care Providers and Emergency Professionals in Western New York
From X-rays to Cancer Treatment: Nuclear Medicine and Radiotherapy in Your Life
From Chernobyl to Fukushima
Nuclear Tipping Point: Global Consequences of Regional Nuclear War
Basic Principles of Personal Protection in a Radiation Environment