Issue No.5 Summer
(July 2004)


ENS News

Future of the European Nuclear Industry

ENS General Assembly

Listening to others


ENS Events

RRFM 2005

PIME 2005


Member Societies & Corporate Members

Nuclear R&D in Europe


ENS World News

IAEA publication

Nuclear waste

NucNet news

Links to ENS Member Societies

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Editorial staff



PIME 2005

Public Information Media Exchange (PIME):
Defining tomorrow's vision of nuclear

Deadline for contributions: 8 October 2004

Just in case you have not yet heard of PIME - it is THE annual meeting point of public information specialists active in the nuclear energy field. France, home to a dynamic nuclear industry of global importance will host the next PIME in Paris from 13-16 February 2005.

There is no other conference like PIME. It is a unique opportunity to hear first hand about the PR experiences of the major companies and international organisations involved in nuclear energy: fresh perspectives, resounding successes or failures, daring initiatives or surprising new approaches to familiar issues - plus a varied line-up of invited speakers. The PIME programme is always stimulating and creative, offering something of interest to both newcomers and old-timers!

Building on an already solid base, the 2005 conference will at the same time be different to previous PIMEs in certain important respects.

  • The aim is to have greater input than before from non-nuclear communicators – from NGOs, the media and academia, for instance.

  • PIME 2005 will be more interactive than ever before, the plan being to have 'hands-on' and smaller workshop sessions, with less time being devoted to presentations during plenary sessions.

The third day of the conference will be entirely dedicated to the French experiences in communications, making the most of the knowledge of the host country. As always, the conference will be concluded with a technical tour - with France's variety in nuclear installations, you can be sure of a highly interesting excursion.

The Preliminary Programme will be available from mid-November on If you have a story to tell, don't hesitate to propose a presentation and be part of the next PIME! The deadline for contributions is 8 October 2004. You will find the Call for Papers on

PIME is simply a must for nuclear communicators, whether you wish to be a delegate or a presenter. Don't miss this opportunity and mark your calendar right now. We look forward to welcoming you in Paris!

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