No passion for fission


An aerial view of tanks containing treated radioactive wastewater at Japan's damaged Fukushima nuclear power plant. The plant began releasing the treated water into the ocean in August to worldwide protests even though the International Atomic Energy Agency says its safe. -- AP

SAHABAT Alam Malaysia (SAM) and Greenpeace Malaysia remain adamant that nuclear power is inherently unsafe.

In a joint statement, both parties voiced concern over studies on the dangers of high radiation exposure.

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