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Gordon Edwards

 

Gordon Edwards

Gordon Edwards was born in Canada in 1940, and graduated from the University of Toronto in 1961 with a gold medal in Mathematics and Physics and a Woodrow Wilson Fellowship. In 1972, he obtained a Ph.D. in Mathematics from Queen's University.[1]

From 1970 to 1974, he was the editor of Survival magazine and in 1975 he co-founded the Canadian Coalition for Nuclear Responsibility, and has been its president since 1978. Edwards has worked widely as a consultant on nuclear issues and has been qualified as a nuclear expert by courts in Canada and elsewhere.[1]

Dr. Edwards has written articles and reports on radiation standards, radioactive wastes, uranium mining, nuclear proliferation, the economics of nuclear power, non-nuclear energy strategies. He has been featured on radio and television programs including David Suzuki's The Nature of Things, Pierre Berton's The Great Debate, and many others. He has worked as consultant for governmental bodies such as the Auditor General of Canada, the Select Committee on Ontario Hydro Affairs, and the Ontario Royal Commission on Electric Power Planning. In 2006, Edwards received the Nuclear-Free Future Award.[1] He is a teacher of mathematics at Vanier College in Montreal.[2]

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c Nuclear Waste Management in Sweden
  2. ^ CEGEP Vanier College, Mathematics Department, Faculty list (accessed 2011-03-17)

External links

  • Canada and the Bomb: Past and Future
  • "Expert weighs in on nuclear power". Archived from the original on 2008-01-24. 
  • Canadian Coalition for Nuclear Responsibility


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