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作品番号
158066858
タイトル
GLOBALink | Japan decides to dump Fukushima contaminated water into sea amid domestic, int'l opposition
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動画:新華社/アフロ
日付
2021年4月13日
撮影国
日本
コンテンツカテゴリー
ニュース
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RM(ライツマネージド)
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25.00 fps
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299.68 秒
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Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga said on Tuesday that his government has decided to discharge contaminated radioactive wastewater in Fukushima Prefecture into the sea amid domestic and international opposition.
Suga made the announcement after convening a meeting of relevant ministers to formalize plans to release the radioactive water accumulated at the plant into the Pacific Ocean.
STANDUP (English): GUOWEI, Xinhua correspondent
"The Japanese government has decided to release Fukushima wastewater into the sea. Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga made the announcement here on Tuesday after convening a meeting to formalize plans to dispose radioactive wastewater from the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant into the Pacific Ocean. The power plant has been generating massive amounts of radiation-tainted water as it needs water to cool down melted fuel at the Fukushima Daiichi plant. The plant's operator TEPCO says it's going to take around two years for the discharge to start. The plant has been struggling to store the wastewater in tanks at the plant, and the space is expected to reach capacity next year. The disposal plan is not only facing strong opposition from the Japanese fishing industry and the public, but also doubts and concerns from neighboring countries."
SOUNDBITE (Chinese): ZHOU WEISHENG, Professor, College of Policy Science, Ritsumeikan University
"Japan planning to discharge contaminated radioactive wastewater into the sea is not only a domestic issue but also an international issue. First and foremost, the safe and harmless treatment of contaminated water is Japan's responsibility. At the same time, Japan was also the first victim of the plan. After so many years of hard work, the fisheries surrounding Fukushima nuclear accident site have just begun to return to normal. The fishermen and related groups engaged in fisheries around Fukushima resolutely oppose the plan.
If contaminated water is dumped into the sea, this will become an international issue. First is the pollution of the sea. The Japanese government stated that it will dilute the concentration of harmful substances to about one-fortieth of its national discharge standard. But the statement requires an open and transparent scientific basis, and a neutral third-party supervision is required. If the dilution method can solve the problem, Japan should have done so long ago. Japan is now preparing to dump contaminated water into the sea, which has been opposed and questioned by many domestic and international organizations and many other countries.
The main reason is that Japan decided to dump the water not because it has the technology that could treat the contaminated water harmlessly, but because it does not have enough space to store the contaminated water for two years.
To discharge contaminated radioactive wastewater into the sea, although there are great unknowns and uncertainties in the speed and scope of its diffusion and dilution, it will move through a large area of ocean currents, marine life, etc., and may affect such neighboring countries as China and South Korea and their marine ecological environment. So this is a plan with serious hidden dangers."
Xinhua News Agency correspondents reporting from Tokyo.
(XHTV)
( Original Title: GLOBALink | Japan decides to dump Fukushima contaminated water into sea amid domestic, int'l opposition )
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DATELINE: April 13, 2021
LENGTH: 00:05:00
LOCATION: Tokyo
CATEGORY: ENVIRONMENT
SHOTLIST:
1. STANDUP (English): GUOWEI, Xinhua correspondent
2. SOUNDBITE (Chinese): ZHOU WEISHENG, Professor, College of Policy Science, Ritsumeikan University
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