(Lofoten mot Sellafield)
- guard the life in, on and by the sea through active environmental and resource management - defend a viable coastal culture along our entire coastline - promote Norwegian fishing industry as the crucial factor in maintaining the district and settlement and cultural landscape - guard the old coastal culture to create new and exciting opportunities for the youth - work for the coastal population to actively participate as guardians
The scenario considered involves an explosion and fire at the B215
This report describes the possible environmental consequences for Norway due to a hypothetical accident at the Sellafield complex in the UK. The scenario considered involves an explosion and fire at the B215 facility resulting in a 1 % release of the total HAL1 inventory of radioactive waste with a subsequent air transport and deposition in Norway. Air transport modelling is based on real meteorological data from October 2008 with wind direction towards Norway and heavy precipitation. This weather is considered to be quite representative as typical seasonal weather. Based on this weather scenario, the estimated fallout in Norway will be ~17 PBq of caesium-137 which is 7 times higher than the fallout from the Chernobyl accident.
Kampen mot de radioaktive utslippene til havet og atomtrusselen i Sellafield nærmer seg den endelige målet; - stenging av de gamle atomanlegget. Det er 18 år siden Lofoten mot Sellafield startet opp arbeidet for å få stoppet atomutslippene til vårt felles hav.