Fukushima nuclear polluted water has potential impact on North America’s West Coast

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    The Japanese government recently announced it would start releasing treated but still radioactive wastewater from the Fukushima nuclear plant in about two years, and the U.S. government supports the plan. CGTN’s Mark Niu takes a look at some of the reactions along the North American Pacific Coast.

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