About us

The World Federation of Science Journalists (WFSJ) is a not-for-profit, non-governmental organisation, representing 55 science journalists’ associations of science and technology journalists from Africa, the Americas, the Asia-Pacific, Europe and the Middle East. The Federation encourages strong, critical coverage of issues in science and technology, environment, health and medicine, agriculture and related fields.

The WFSJ seeks to further science journalism as a bridge between science, scientists and the public. It promotes the role of science journalists as key players in civil society and democracy. The Federation’s goals are to improve the quality of science reporting, promote standards and support science and technology journalists worldwide.

European Nuclear Education Network (ENEN) is an International non-profit organization established on 22 September 2003 under the French Law. ENEN’s mission is the preservation and further development of expertise in the nuclear fields by higher Education and Training.

Learn more About Nuclear Safety

Learn the nuclear lingo. From basic concepts to  past events, getting your facts right is the first step to publishing a great story. Talk to experts and create an even more impactful story.

About the Toolkit

Understanding the Facts Behind Nuclear Safety

What role does nuclear play in our daily lives? What does nuclear safety mean? How are we protected in case of an accident?

The World Federation of Science Journalists (WFSJ) created a unique toolkit on Nuclear Safety Culture for journalists with key information on the basic concepts of nuclear safety, the protocol in case of a nuclear event, the main actors, past events and controversies and the contacts of European Nuclear Safety Experts.

Talk to the experts and create an even more impactful story on nuclear.

The Toolbox on Nuclear Safety Culture was created with the financial support of the ENEN Association.


Nuclear power plants in operation in the EU


Research reactors in the EU


worldwide reactors operating in 31 Nations


Ways to calculate Radiation

Our Experts

Valéry Laramée de Tannenberg

Environmental journalist

Ann MacLachlan

Energy journalist

Joël Spaës

Energy journalist

Walter Ambrosini

University of Pisa

Walter Ambrosini

Professor of Nuclear Engineering