1. The photo is a scene where German nuclear scientist Oda Becker was invited to give a lecture in the fall of 2019. The article was introduced in OhmyNews.
2. The headquarter of the INRAG (International Nuclear power plant Risk Assessment Group) to which he belongs is located in Vienna. It is a group of competent private nuclear power plant technology experts in Europe.
I spend morning hours to prepare for a visit to this group tomorrow.
3. Around lunchtime, I started pilgrimage again. Since pilgrimage was blocked by powerful wind of the continent’s wind valley, I decided to skip 31 km section of eastern plain of Vienna.
4. Instead, I decided to take a leisurely look at the section from the border of Vienna to downtown.
5. I walked from Leopoldau station, the last stop of Vienna Metro Line U1.
12. Although it is different from the hoary beauty of central Vienna,
13. Fresh designs stand out.
17. A high-rise building with 30 to 40 floors is visible.
19. I tried to enter alleyway in residential area.
24. There are many types of trash recycling boxes. Austria is an advanced country in environmental aspect.
All right! Austria voted to abolish a nuclear power plant just before completion in 1978. That vote was carried out even before the three mile island accident in America. As such, the level of environmental awareness of the public is so high.
When there was a movement by the European Union to include nuclear power as green energy in taxonomy, Austria opposed it most actively along with Germany.
25. The success story of bioenergy is also an example.
31. I saw a familiar picture, so I looked inside the building,
32. This is a Taekwondo gym. It is the oldest Korean wave.
33. Lots of interesting designs.
34. A tributary to the Danube River.
38. It is an international organization center under United Nations in Vienna. Among them is the headquarter of International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
39. Coincidentally, IAEA is in Austria.
40. Looking at this building, I imagined. The IAEA will someday be changed to tentatively named INEDA (International Nuclear Energy Dispensing Agency).
41. A tributary to the Danube River.
42. Finally, it is the main stream of the Danube River.
43. A cargo ship full of cars.
45. It is a beautiful castle.
49. I changed the SIM card. The phone number in Austria is +43 676 959 1487.
51. The night view is also wonderful.