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Russia Could ‘Drown’ in Its Own Plastic Waste

Environmental campaigners in Russia are hoping that the World Cup will inspire the country to start recycling more of its waste. Each visitor to the…

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Murmansk Region Invests $16 mln in Ecology Projects

The Murmansk Region allocated about 1 billion rubles ($16 million) for ecology projects under the regional state program, the Murmansk Region’s Prosecutor Vasily Shcherbakov told…

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Great Yuzhnouralsk Tourist Route of 150 km Length Opened in Bashkiria

In Bashkiria, the Big Yuzhnouralsk Trail is being prepared for tourists. Experts from the regional branch of the Russian Geographical Society and the Ministry of…

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Vladimir Gutenev: “Northern Caucasus More Concerned With the Environment”

On May 7, Vladimir Putin signed an executive order on national goals and strategic objectives for the development of the Russian Federation through to 2024, focusing…

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10 Regions of Russia with Exhausted Resource of Garbage Landfills Announced

Ten Russian regions, including Bashkortostan, reached a critical level of landfills depletion. This is reported by RIA Novosti with reference to the head of the…

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Russia’s Regions Work on Programs to Improve Pechora River’s Ecology

Authorities of the Komi and Nenets Regions are working on a program to improve the ecology of the Pechora River’s basin. The Pechora is the…

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Japanese Fans Clean Up Stadium After World Cup Game

Too often, modern sports is about money or advertising, not sportsmanship. But Japanese fans have shown that even after a crazy win, you can still be civil…

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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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