Pollution

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Wildlife is Thriving in World’s Most Radioactive Region of Chernobyl

The Chernobyl reactor explosion was the world’s worst nuclear disaster and the current topic of a critically-acclaimed HBO show. However wildlife is surprisingly thriving in…

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Climate Change Already Impacting Water Quality

Changes in temperature and precipitation have already impacted the amount of nitrogen introduced into US waterways. This can lead to toxin-producing algal blooms or low-oxygen…

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Automatic air pollution control stations will be built in Sibay and Salavat

In Bashkiria, work continues on equipping enterprises with automated sensors for monitoring air pollution and installing automated monitoring stations. According to the Interim Minister of…

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2.3 Thousand Hectares of Illegal Dumps is Main Ecological Concern in Bashkiria

The Ministry of Ecology of Bashkortostan has calculated the number of places in the region where garbage is illegally dumped. As of January 1, 2019,…

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Toxic green snow in polluted Russian town sparks environmental protests

Toxic green and black snow falling on Russian towns has sparked mass protests against pollution. Residents in Pervouralsk were horrified when chemicals spilling from a…

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Russian Popular Front Proposes Copper Quarry Reclamation to Fight Pollution in Sibay

The republican headquarters of the Russian Popular Front proposes a comprehensive program for the reclamation of sulfur-containing waste dumps in an unexploited copper mine for…

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Chelyabinsk Citizen Protest ‘Black Sky’ Air Pollution

Residents of Chelyabinsk are expressing worry over industrial pollution after heavy smog enveloped the Ural Mountains city this month and remained for two weeks. On…

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Nornickel Begins to Align With Ecology

The 7th Ecological forum was held in one of the northern Russian cities – Murmansk on 15th and 16th of November. Nornickel, a Russian mining…

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