Compilation: Nuclear energy in the Arctic
How are Arctic countries using nuclear energy and what are the debates about it? A look back at Eye on the Arctic reports...
Arctic Council creates new expert group on nuclear emergencies
Two fatal accidents during the summer of 2019 was a wake-up call for radiation emergency authorities... Read more...
Finns favour nuclear power to fight climate change, poll says
By Yle News // Friday, December 13, 2019
Nearly half of all respondents to an Yle poll said they consider nuclear power to be a sustainable form of energy... Read More...
New ship to handle all nuclear waste from Rosatom’s operations in Russian Arctic
By Thomas Nilsen, The Independent Barents Observer // Thursday, December 5, 2019
The new special purpose vessel will serve the new icebreakers and the floating nuclear power plants... Read More...
Floating nuclear power plant near destination in Russian eastern Arctic
By Atle Staalesen, The Independent Barents Observer // Monday, September 9, 2019
Final preparations in Pevek, the remote Arctic town that will host the floating nuclear installation.... Read More...
U.S. nuclear sub leaves Norway to track Russian subs in North Atlantic
USS Minnesota takes part in the ongoing cat-and-mouse game between NATO and Russian subs in the Norwegian Sea. The U.S.
Last Soviet nuclear-sub reactor lifted onshore
The Barents Sea is safer as the era of storing radioactive reactor compartments on water comes to an end. On
Russian nuclear corporation says 5 staff members died in last week’s “liquid propulsion system” blast
Russia’s state nuclear corporation Rosatom issued a statement late Friday night about the death of five of its staff. Three others received
Russia’s floating nuclear power plant worries Alaskans
Russia has produced the world’s first floating nuclear power plant. A barge mounted with nuclear reactors is expected to begin
Russia’s floating nuclear power plant gathers worldwide attention as it prepares to be towed in Arctic waters
Russia’s controversial nuclear barge is ready to travel through the Arctic seas — and observers across the globe are watching.
Radiation seeping out from 30-year-old nuclear-sub wreck in Norwegian Sea
One sample taken from an open ventilation hole of the wrecked Soviet nuclear-powered submarine shows levels of about 800 Becquerel
Nuclear waste company plans major investment at disposal site in southwest Finland
Nuclear waste firm Posiva is to spend some 500 million euros on a production facility for spent fuel handling at