World’s first floating nuclear power plant, dubbed ‘nuclear Titanic’, heads to Siberia | ABC News
Akademik Lomonosov, the world’s first floating nuclear power plant, has begun its 5,000 kilometre voyage to north-eastern Siberia.
However, environmentalists are sounding the alarm on the project, pointing to recent Russian, as well as Soviet era accidents, with this latest venture dubbed ‘the nuclear Titanic’.
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