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Climate Change Has Fish Moving Faster Than Regulations Can Keep Up

The world’s system for allocating fish stocks is being outpaced by the movement of fish species in response to climate change, according to a study…

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World Cup Stadium Built on a Rare Wildlife Habitat Area

In an ironic twist, a World Cup stadium built to the highest environmental standards has taken over the last of a Russian city’s natural wetlands….

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Smart Ecology Projects Were Presented in Astana

Nearly 35 technological projects in digital transformation were presented at the IoT World Summit Eurasia in Astana. New startups in ‘Industry 4.0,’ ‘Smart Cities’ and…

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Rare Spider Found Again After 150 Years of Silence

Scientists rediscovered after 150 years a rare species of spider, which was believed have become extinct, from the Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary (WWS) located in the…

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A Garbage Revolt in Russia Could Create Complexities for Kremlin

A steady stream of garbage-laden trucks moves the waste of Russia’s capital to landfills in the surrounding region. The resulting mountains of refuse emit noxious…

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Russian Executives Shares Arctic Development Plans

As Russia’s state nuclear corporation Rosatom draws closer to gaining nearly exclusive control over the Arctic’s storied Northern Sea Route, a number of executives and…

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Burn The Waste: New Plan to Fight Landfill Sites is Risky

Protests have been growing in recent months over the stench from landfill sites around Moscow, overflowing with millions of tonnes of rubbish. Authorities have now…

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Can China head off its looming water crisis?

Over the last 40 years the Chinese Communist Party has shown itself flexible in meeting the challenges of reforming a once sclerotic system. It has…

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