Are fears about release of Fukushima radioactive water justified? | Inside Story

Japan has begun releasing treated radioactive water from the Fukushima power plant.
The UN’s nuclear watchdog insists it’s safe.
But China disagrees, while regional states and public opinion are divided.
So are the fears justified?
And what do scientists say?

Presenter: Nick Clark


From Tokyo – Tomohiko Taniguchi, Professor at the University of Tsukuba, former adviser to the cabinet of Shinzo Abe.

From Oslo – Astrid Liland, Director for Emergency Preparedness at Norwegian Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority, nuclear chemist.

And from Macau – Victor Gao, Vice President of the Centre for China and Globalization and a China analyst

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