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“Greenpeace marine radiation monitoring blocked by Japanese government” via Greenpeace International

Tokyo, Japan, 28 April 2011 – The Japanese Government has refused to grant Greenpeace permission to carry out independent radiation monitoring within the country’s 12 mile territorial waters, approving only a much more limited programme further out to sea.

The organisation’s flagship, the Rainbow Warrior, arrived outside Tokyo today, enroute to site of the stricken Fukushima nuclear complex. Greenpeace submitted a comprehensive research plan to the Japanese Ministry of Food and Agriculture including testing beyond that being carried out by the government (1). While permission has been granted to test seawater, sediment and sea life, the most important research within the 12 mile limit is being blocked (2).

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  6. Sharon says

    This is a good decision of the Japanese Government They have refused to grant Greenpeace permission to carry out independent radiation monitoring within the country’s 12-mile territorial waters, approving only a much more limited program further out to sea.



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