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China successfully launches Gaofen-13 remote probing satellite

China successfully launched the Gaofen-13 remote probing satellite, which will be used in ecology, agriculture and surveying, China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation announced Sunday….

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Gazpromneft Reduces Environmental Emissions on its Omsk Refinery

The Gazpromneft Omsk Oil Refinery (Omsk) in Siberia, Russia has significantly lowered its air emissions using BELCO® wet scrubbing technology licensed by DuPont Clean Technologies (DuPont). With an…

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Second mass death of marine animals occurs off of Russian peninsula close to where 95% of seabed life died last week

A mass death of marine animals has been discovered off the coast of a Russian peninsula just over a week after a similar finding in…

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Russian Surfers Say Mysterious Pollution Is Poisoning Them

Blurred Vision Surfers in Kamchatka, Russia are reporting that the ocean water is leaving them with poisoning-like symptoms, CBS News reports. “For several weeks now, all surfers…

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WWF targets Vladimir Potanin for Russia’s biggest oil spill

Billionaire Vladimir Potanin just wants to live a quiet life. But when his company Norilsk Nickel spilled over 20,000 tons of diesel into the Arctic,…

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The uncertain future of Russia’s airlines after COVID-19

Following the ban on international travel, coupled with a slump in domestic flights, Russian passenger airlines are finding themselves in a crisis, together with their…

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Norilsk Nickel admits pumping waste into Tundra

The world’s biggest nickel producer, already at the center of an investigation into a massive Arctic oil spill, is facing a separate probe into why…

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Critics call out financial and social costs of Georgia hydro dam

For much of their existence, 17 mountain villages in Georgia that border neighbouring Russia – located in an area known as the Upper Svaneti –…

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