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The source of the recently detected slight increase of radioactive ruthenium-106 in the atmosphere remains unclear. It is, however, most likely located in the Southern Urals, as calculations by the Federal Office for Radiation Protection (BfS) have indicated. However, other regions in southern Russia still have to be considered as potential sites. As no substances other than ruthenium-106 were detected, an accident can be ruled out. more

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The German-Belgian Nuclear Commission has convened for the first time. The meeting of experts from German and Belgian nuclear supervisory authorities is a key element of the German-Belgian Nuclear Agreement signed by Federal Environment Minister Barbara Hendricks and Belgian Deputy Prime Minister Jan Jambon at the end of 2016. One of the meeting’s focal areas is nuclear safety. more

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Schwarzelühr-Sutter will discuss possibilities for cooperation on long-term climate strategies, developing technologies and on issues regarding nuclear safety and radiation protection. Others points to be discussed include German-Japanese city cooperation on climate action and renewables. She will also be opening the 8th German-Japanese Environmental Dialogue Forum. more

With the 30th anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster coming up on 26 April, Federal Environment Minister Barbara Hendricks travelled to Ukraine to commemorate the catastrophe. The focus of her two-day trip is a visit to the site of the nuclear power plant in Chernobyl. Being clearly visible even from a great distance, it is a grim reminder of the worst accident in the history of the civil use of nuclear energy. more

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Five years ago a flood wave caused by a severe earthquake in Japan led to a core meltdown in the four blocks of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. High levels of radioactivity were released with devastating consequences for people and the environment. Barbara Hendricks will travel to Japan in May to learn about the work being carried out on the site of the Fukushima I nuclear power plant and to visit the evacuated areas. more

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