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
Impact Analysis methodology tools are helping authorities in the FSM document its freshwater supply and secure the future of the Nukuoro atoll
A panel of scientists has not found conclusive evidence that the discharge of Fukushima wastewater into the Pacific ocean would be entirely safe
Scientists unanimously want Japan’s plan to release Fukushima wastewater into the Pacific ocean to be put on hold as they say not “enough information” is shared
Pacific Elders oppose the discharge of Fukushima wastewater into the Pacific Ocean saying it is unacceptable and contravenes international and regional agreements
The impact of climate change further exacerbate Pacific communities to continue access to safe and resilient drinking water
UN nuclear taskforce will ‘listen to local people’s concerns’ as Japan plans to release more than 1m tonnes of Fukushima water into the Pacific Ocean
IAEA task force began its mission to review the planned release of treated water from Japan’s Fukushima nuclear plant into the Pacific Ocean
Northern Mariana Islands says proposal for wastewater from stricken Fukushima plant to be stored on site must be considered urgently. Pacific condemns Fukushima water plan.