Clean Arctic Alliance follows up on Arctic Council meeting to reduce black soot emissions
The Clean Arctic Alliance, of which Bellona is a member, has issued an open letter following its meeting with Arctic Council leadership, reiterating ...
Publish date: May 24, 2005
Leningrad NPP’s press-secretary Sergey Averyanov said to RIA-Novosti in April that in the nearest 3-4 years Leningrad NPP and the Rosenergoatom concern would spend their resources on the spent nuclear fuel handling system and the second reactor upgrade. He mentioned a “new technology” of spent nuclear fuel storage in the metal-concrete containers. At the moment, the spent nuclear fuel is kept in the reactor pools.
How the war has affected the Ukrainian and Russian nuclear industry.
As new environmental priorities fill the agenda of the Arctic Council under Norway’s leadership, Bellona met last week with its chair, Morten Høgland, to discuss battling climate change in the earth’s most vulnerable and rapidly heating region.
A survey of events in the field of nuclear and radiation safety relating to Russia and Ukraine