Sunday, 6 March 2016

Fukushima and lessons we can learn

On 11th March, it will be five years since the nuclear accident at Fukushima laid waste over a large area of Japan,  making it uninhabitable to people and livestock. 

Today, there are toxic trains carrying high level nuclear waste along the commuter routes of central Scotland on a weekly basis. During the transportation of nuclear waste through many of our towns and cities, there is the risk of an accident which could result in similar devastation affecting our population, livestock and the environment to that experienced by Fukushima.

I am supporting the work of Scottish CND to raise concerns about the trains carrying high level nuclear waste across Scotland.

Useful link:

Fukushima? Scotland? -

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