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Dear IAEA official
As an ordinary member of the public, I wish to make it clear that I have
no confidence in the ability of TEPCO to manage the disaster at
I have no confidence in TEPCO's transparency, integrity or competence.
I believe that the International Atomic Energy Authority should take
over the ultimate responsibility for managing the disaster, and that it
should provide adequate resources by placing a levy on the profits of
each and every nuclear power company in existence.
I believe that the IAEA should review the radiation risks to all
concerned, especially the Fukushima workforce, but also the risks to all
peple in Japan and also adjoining countries, including remote
The risk assessment should not be confined to external irradiation, but
must include those from ingested radioactive particles, and the risks
from eating fish from the Pacific.
There must be an ongoing radiation monitoring programme. The IAEA will
publish its comprehensive findings and in depth, with summaries that are
comprehensible to journalists and ordinary people.
Most importantly, the IAEA must review the attempts that have been made
to contain the radiation on the Fukushima Daichi site, and examine and
implement radical alternatives to end emissions from the site by air and
water, including the possibility of burial.
I look forward to your response.
Dr Richard Lawson