‘It’s the people who left who are all in the ground’: Chernobyl’s last resident claims he was right to spend the past 30 years living in the shadow of the world’s worst nuclear disaster
Daily Mail 14th April 2016 read more »
Thirty years after the world’s worst nuclear disaster efforts to manage the damaged Chernobyl reactor are still in preliminary stages, leaving local people, visitors and wildlife at risk. These are the findings of a new status report prepared for Greenpeace Germany by physicist Oda Becker. “Trying to deal with the Chernobyl disaster is like the labour of Sisyphus. It has to be done, but will not be finished for hundreds of years, if ever,” said Tobias Münchmeyer, Greenpeace Germany’s nuclear expert. “The technology that’s needed does not yet exist and the funding has not been secured. The international community bears a huge responsibility,” he added.
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