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How to Conserve Polar Bears in the Climate Change Era

Polar bears are listed as a threatened species as the ice-covered ocean they depend on for hunting and transportation becomes scarce. Changes in the Arctic…

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Oil Companies Cause 200-300 bln. Rubles in Environmental Damage per Year, Says Greenpeace Russia

In his address to the 8th International Forum Ecology on March 20, Vladimir Chuprov, the head of the Greenpeace Russia energy department, said oil companies should be economically…

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Arab countries interested in buying Russian floating nuclear power plants

Arab nations show interest in procuring floating nuclear power plants (NPP) of Russian make that were developed for sea water desalination, Russian Special Presidential Representative…

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Russia’s Major Environment Cleanup May Take Up To Ten Years

The major cleanup of the Russian environment will take about ten years, according to Sergei Ivanov, Special Presidential Representative for Environmental Protection, Ecology and Transport. Ivanov was interviewed by Rossiya-24 television…

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Japan Invites Russia to Handle Environmental Research on Northern Territories

The Japanese government is set to propose joint research with Russia on fishing in waters near the Russian-held Northern Territories, as well as on plants…

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New Eco-Symbol of St. Petersburg — Frenchman Cleans Up After Russians

French artist Marc Ahr skates along St. Petersburg’s frozen canals and removes the garbage, but this is only a small part of what he does…

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How Norilsk Nickel’s Outlet Bystrinsky GOK Changes Lives in Russia

Transbaikalia is still the “golden fever” steppe. Mining remains the regional economy’s base. Future is also related to mining: the Bystrinsky Mining and Processing Combine…

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Melting Glaciers Threaten to Deluge Russia’s Far North and Siberia

Scientists say that the melting permafrost and the cryosphere’s destruction might lead to massive flooding in the Arctic and Siberian regions of Russia in the…

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