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Nuclear Free Local Authorities highlight the threat to Britain’s nuclear reactors, of rising sea levels and coastal erosion

 Talks are to be held next week by Nuclear Free Local Authorities to
highlight threat of rising sea levels and coastal erosion to Britain’s
nuclear plants, including those either side of Felixstowe at Sizewell and

In March 2011, the Japanese nuclear power plant at Fukushima was
inundated by a tsunami, with flood waters rendering the plant’s cooling
systems inoperative, leading to three nuclear meltdowns, three hydrogen
explosions and a release of radiation from reactors 1, 2, and 3.

The impact is still being felt to this day. Now the Nuclear Free Local Authorities
(NFLA) is holding a special webinar examining the possible impact of rising
sea levels and coastal erosion on Britain’s coastal nuclear facilities.

 Felixstowe Nub News 31st March 2022

April 2, 2022 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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