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Oleg Bodrov

Oleg Bodrov (born 1951 in Taschkent, Usbekistan) is Chair of the environmental organisation „Green World“ and an anti-nuclear activist in Russia. After completing his studies in engineering and physics, he worked as a researcher on submarine reactor science for several years.  In 1979 a nuclear accident made him change his political opinion. He has worked for the restitution of the radioactively contaminated Baltic sea since 1980 and received the Aland Islands Baltic Fund International Award for this work in 2000. Bodrov also is laureate of the Nuclear-Free Future Award 2010.

Since 2003 Oleg Bodrov has tirelessly worked as consultant, author, film producer and political activist for the shutting down of old nuclear power plants and their replacement with renewable energy.

Oleg Bodrov will speak in English with simultaneous translation into German.