73 0

Russia to release killer whales in new habitat, despite expert advice

Russia is to free captured killer whales over the next month, but will not return them to their original habitat despite expert advice, a scientist…

93 0

Are cows raised in forests better for the environment?

In a scene from the not-too-distant future, a young woman in Beijing points her smartphone at a QR code stuck to a packet of beef…

92 0

Russia might ratify Paris Agreement by year end, Says Deputy Prime Minister Alexei Gordeyev

Russia might ratify the Paris Agreement within the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) by the year’s end, Deputy Prime Minister Alexei Gordeyev…

83 0

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…

133 0

Denmark refuses to authorize Nord Stream 2

Denmark is threatening to make things difficult for the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline project. Russia has already laid one third of the pipeline alongside…

98 0

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…

104 0

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,…

100 0

Plastic Pollution Terrifies the Gulf of Finland and the Neva Bay

Petersburg scientists are sounding the alarm over the pollution of the Gulf of Finland and Lake Ladoga with plastic bottles and household chemicals. In accordance…

Next page