Closed Discussions

These discussion boards have now closed for comment, but you are welcome to read past community discussion. All feedback submitted prior to 5pm, Sunday, October 30 was considered by the Citizens’ Jury to help form their recommendations and also assist the State Government in deciding any next steps.

Community discussion: safety

The Citizens’ Jury identified that topics such as health, geology, seismicity, terrorism, transport and looking at potential impacts on flora and fauna are important for South Australians ...

Community discussion: trust

The Citizens’ Jury looked at the choices which South Australia has around establishing a nuclear waste storage and disposal facility, identifying that trust, accountability and transparenc...

Community discussion: consent

The Citizens’ Jury found that informed community consent is valued, including the need for all South Australians to be informed enough to make a decision around establishing a nuclear wast...

Community discussion: economics

When examining economics, the Citizens' Jury considered benefits, risks, employment and impacts on other industries in the state from the establishment of a nuclear waste storage and di...

Nuclear Citizens' Jury Report

The second Citizens’ Jury presented its report to Premier Jay Weatherill on Sunday, 6 November. Comment and share your views on which parts of the jury’s report are most important to...

Share your initial thoughts on the Royal Commission's Report

Your comments will help us to understand your initial thoughts and concerns and will support the development of a broader conversation with the community.

Comment on the specific recommendations in the Royal Commission's Report

Your comments will help us to understand your initial thoughts and concerns and will support the development of a broader conversation with the community.