DISCLOSURE OF POTENTIALLY RELEVANT ROLES & INTERESTS - EXPERT ADVISORY COMMITTEE
The Royal Commission has established an Expert Advisory Committee to provide advice and guidance to it throughout its investigation. The members of the Committee were chosen so as to ensure access to advice on a broad range of issues from different perspectives.
The Committee provides advice to the Commission in relation to topics which include:
- nuclear industry and science;
- society and environmental sustainability;
- socio-economic modelling; and
- regulation and safeguards.
Each member of the Committee and a brief description of his or her background is outlined below. Further, information is also available as to each member’s:
- current employment, consulting or research activities which may be relevant to the Commission’s Terms of Reference (current potentially relevant activities);
- employment, consulting or research activities carried out in the last five years which may be relevant to the Commission’s Terms of Reference (potentially relevant activities in the last five years); and
- interests, being direct pecuniary interests or interests arising by association with organisations or professional associations, which may be relevant to the Commission’s Terms of Reference (other potentially relevant interests). It does not include indirect pecuniary interests such as shares held by a superannuation fund in which the member has an account.