Pacific collective opposing to Japans plans to dump radioactive waste in the Pacific Ocean say “Pacific is not and must not become the dumping ground for nuclear wastes”
While the Hunga Ha’apai eruption is considered to have a low impact on the environment, monitors advised Tongans to protect their water supplies from possible acidic rain.
RMI to review Japan’s plans and actions related to the water discharge with internationally recognised task force members
The IAEA assistance to Japan will ensure that operation to discharge water over the coming decades is consistent with international safety standards
Satellite internet solution, WaqaSAT to provide cost-effective and reliable internet connectivity for Maritime vessels
Youngsolwara Pacific and MISA call upon Pacific and global leaders to take a bold stand and condemn Japan’s plans to discharge radioactive waste
ADB supports the Government of Nauru to focus on improved resilience and sustainability.
The IAEA will travel to Japan for on-site meetings to discuss the plans and activities for the Fukushima water discharge.
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.