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Plans take shape for lifting dumped nuclear sub

Department of research and development of radiation safety at Krylov State Research Institute in St. Petersburg says lifting the old nuclear submarine can take place…

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Arctic tourism in Russia has just started

North Pole, Arctic land and the way of life of indigenous people. These are the main themes of arctic tourism attracting a growing number of…

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Black storks return to Moscow region after century-long absence

Experts from the Moscow region’s Ministry of Ecology have spotted a nest of rare black storks, listed in Russia’s Red Data Book, the ministry said…

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Construction of waste processing plant in Kazan to start in late 2017

Building of a waste processing plant in the capital city of the Russian Republic of Tatarstan, Kazan, will be launched as early as late 2017,…

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Vague Russian promises on slashing pollution continue to frustrate Norway

  More than two decades of successful environmental cooperation between Norway and Russia, especially on coping with the Cold War nuclear legacy, still hasn’t reduced…

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Slovenian Comita and Russian Gazprom to cooperate in energy saving

Gazprom, a Russian gas giant, and the Slovenian company Comita, are likely to start cooperation in the field of energy efficiency and energy saving, the…

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Scientists count Yamal marine mammals from helicopters

This May, biologists from the Russian Academy of Sciences’ Severtsov Institute of Ecology and Evolution, researchers from Russian Arctic National Park, the Barents Sea Branch…

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Pragmatic Environmentalism in the Russian Arctic

The international community is well aware of the countless environmental issues – ranging from theoretical risks to imminent disasters – that industrialization, infrastructure decay and…

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