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Mitas and Russian OEM partner join forces on environmental initiative Thursday 

National Geographic readers with a keen eye for the rubbery rings will spot the Mitas name in a feature about Russia’s Lake Baikal. The Trelleborg…

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Russia Launches Satellite to Remove Space Junk from Orbit

A new satellite developed by a group of students at the Moscow State University of Mechanical Engineering has been fitted with metallic reflectors and will…

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Russia ordered to pay €5.4 million for seizing Arctic Sunrise

An international tribunal formed under the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea has ruled that Russia will have to pay the Netherlands €5.4…

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The Belarusian documentary on Chernobyl awarded at Khanty Mansiysk festival

The Belarusian documentary entitled Chernobyl. An Exam for the Nation (Evgeny Setko) won in the nomination Author’s Work at the 21st international ecological TV festival…

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Arctic tundra contaminated with high levels of mercury pollution, scientists warn

Experts fear soil run-off could poison sea life native communities rely on for survival and warn climate change could exacerbate problem. The remote Arctic tundra may seem…

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Speedier sea ice in warming Arctic could spread pollution farther

In the Arctic, bad news for one country could mean bad news for all. As the region warms faster than the rest of the planet,…

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Radioactive isotope over Europe: Western media blame ‘bogeyman’ Russia

The radioactivity was first detected in Norway in early January, along the border with Russia’s Kola Peninsula. In subsequent weeks, traces of the radioactive iodine…

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Methane blasts holes in Siberian tundra, prompting warnings

Smoke, flames and a tremendous blast marked the most recent formation of a new crater in the thawing tundra of the Yamal Peninsula in Russia…

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