PNG to seek financial assistance from Japan as it reveals plans to introduce rigorous monitoring and testing procedures to detect hazardous materials in PNG’s water, as discharge of Fukushima wastewater continues
The plan is described as “extremely selfish and irresponsible” by the Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson
PIF independent experts have continued to raise questions on critical issues that relate to the protection of oceanic ecosystems whilst IAEA has released a series of reports which point to a favourable finding for the release
Managing Coastal Aquifers Project to better manage the freshwater resources of Marshall Islands in the face of climate change, rising sea levels and storm weather events
Pacific islanders are distressed and hoping Japan does not have the heart of aggression as Japan stands firm in its stance that planned radioactive dumping into the Pacific Ocean is safe, despite opposition from Pacific leaders and local fishermen
Japan’s plan to discharge more than 1,000 tanks of nuclear wastewater into the Pacific has incensed island nations.
Japan reassured the PIF membership that there will be no release from its Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant into the Pacific Ocean until it can be ascertained that the water is indeed safe
Tonga eruption hurled an unprecedented amount of water vapor into the atmosphere that could influence atmospheric chemistry and lead to a temporary depletion of the ozone layer, NASA says
Japan assured Pacific Islands Forum that it will not discharge Fukushima nuclear wastewater into the Pacific ocean if it is unsafe.
Pacific NGOs reiterated their call for the Japanese Government and TEPCO to stop their plans to discharge radioactive waste into the Pacific Ocean