Harms, who initiated the study, which was first unveiled in Berlin last autumn, argued that no real progress has been made on deep geological disposal in almost half a century.
One of the report’s other key findings, she said on Wednesday, is that more than 80% of the high level waste in Europe is in wet rather than dry interim storage - in pools rather than canisters - which is much more risky because the pools need active cooling.
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