Regardless of Opposition, Japan Plans to Pour Nuclear Wastewater into Pacific Ocean
Japan has about 1.25 million tons of nuclear wastewater stored in more than 1,000 tanks since nuclear leak in 2011, and it's accumulating about 170 tons a day.
On April 13th, 2021, Japan decided to pour the wastewater into Pacific Ocean, despite of the opposition from all over the world, let alone its neighbor, e.g., China and Korea.
Dissenting voice also comes out from internal. But the Japanese government merely bowed and apologized, and then planned to continue to do so.