Nuclear policy communities have invaluable information vested in their stories. Because stories are social forms of knowledge, we forget how important they are. We need to tell them, listen to them, question them, and apply lessons from them.
Adventures in Nuclear Risk Reduction aims to facilitate intergenerational knowledge transfer by publishing stories on first-person experiences with risk reduction and elevating them for discussion between practitioners and early or mid-career experts.
We invite you to explore these stories, follow our series of storytelling events, and share your own story.