Limited access to regional hazardous waste management facilities poses imminent and ongoing risks to both human and environmental health
The Secretariat for the Convention to support countries to establish regulatory frameworks and waste management systems to prevent future build-ups of chemicals and hazardous wastes
Youngsolwara Pacific and MISA call upon Pacific and global leaders to take a bold stand and condemn Japan’s plans to discharge radioactive waste
The IAEA will travel to Japan for on-site meetings to discuss the plans and activities for the Fukushima water discharge.
The PacWastePlus programme works with several participating countries on several initiatives to reduce waste ending up in landfills.
The IAEA will play a vital role in monitoring and reviewing Japan’s implementation of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear plan.
PM Suga says Japan will provide Forum members with scientific evidence on Fukushima nuclear plant discharge.
Forum Secretary General awaits access to all information by Japan on nuclear waste so that Pacific leaders can make an informed decision based on science.
Japan’s contaminated wastewater would not be released without any treatment says the Deputy Head of Mission at Japan’s Embassy in New Zealand
The new Secretary-General wants evidence-based science on Japan’s decision to dump Fukushima wastewater in the Pacific