Nearly a decade after the Fukushima disaster, the Japanese government must decide what to do with the buildup of both treated and contaminated water held in tanks at the site. By 2022, TEPCO say they will run out of space of hold the water.
Reuters 23rd Jan 2020 read more »
A new study shows animal populations are doing well in areas people can no longer live following the nuclear disaster in Fukushima. Species like wild boar, caught on motion-activated cameras, are thriving in the evacuation zone. Further studies will be done to understand the genetic impacts of radiation damage on individual animals.
The Hill 23rd Jan 2020 read more »