Nuclear Community Consultation Program
The Nuclear Fuel Cycle Royal Commission was established so that Government and the community could be provided with a solid evidence base about the State’s further involvement in the nuclear fuel cycle.
Following the release of the Royal Commission’s report on Monday, 9 May 2016, the Premier announced a state-wide consultation process encouraging all South Australians to carefully consider the evidence presented, understand the choices and provide their views.
The aim of the community consultation program is to aid community understanding of the report, gather community views and promote discussion on the topic.
The state-wide program will include over 100 site visits during a 3-month program from late July 2016. Teams from the newly formed Nuclear Fuel Cycle Royal Commission Consultation and Response Agency (CARA) will be travelling across the state to discuss the report and gather community feedback – this includes visits to the following Outback South Australian communities such as Oodnadatta, Marree, Leigh Creek and Andamooka. The Outback Communities Authority is committed to keeping community members informed on the process and will post further detail about the meetings once confirmed.
Visit the yourSAy website to view the report, sign up to latest news updates or to join the discussion.
You can also join the conversation about the nuclear industry in South Australia by:
Participating in discussion forums via the yourSAy website
Using the hashtag #yourSAynuclear to spread the word
Calling 1800 842 563 (freecall)