National Endangered Species Day encourages learning about wildlife habitats and the actions necessary to protect them. The designation of a day to protect critically imperiled species from extinction is important to our ecosystems. As part of the Ocean Health Cooperative, a volunteer-based collective of nuclear engineers, marine biologists, ocean researchers, environmental lawyers, and citizens who work to protect our oceans, we are calling on Japan to desist from their plan to release radiation contaminated wastewater in the Pacific. We are joined by 10 Ocean artivists to make an international statement for the ocean, Pacific marine wildlife and ecosystems.Read More
Sometime in the Spring or Summer of 2023, Japan’s TEPCO intends to dump 1.3 million tons of radioactive waste water from the Fukushima nuclear meltdown into the Pacific ocean.
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Japan proposes to release 1.3 million tons of radioactive wastewater from the Fukushima nuclear meltdown into the Pacific ocean sometime in the Spring or Summer of 2023.Read More