Fukushima radiation risks in Japan are still alarmingly high almost four years after the disaster. In fact, the situation has only gotten worse as U.S. Environmental Protection Agency RadNet has detected heightened radiation levels at monitoring sites all across North America. It has now been announced that radioactive water that’s collected at the plant has to be decontaminated and dumped into the ocean. We take a look at the radioactive groundwater and the safety threat it poses, in this Lip News clip with Gabriel Mizrahi.

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