- Walhi - The Indonesian Environment Forum calls for rejection of nuclear reactor in Kalimantan
The Indonesian Environment Forum (Walhi) has called on the government and the West Kalimantan people to reject the idea of developing a nuclear reactor in the province.
Hendrikus Adam of West Kalimantan Walhi research and campaign division said nuclear reactors had impacted badly across the globe.
“We must remember that a developed country like Japan still struggled to handle a nuclear leakage,” Adam said. “The safety of a nuclear reactor is not guaranteed by the ability to master high technology.”
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