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Clean Arctic

“Clean Arctic” is a large-scale project to clean up the Arctic territory of Russia from waste and garbage accumulated since Soviet times. The idea belongs to Dmitry Lobusov, captain of the “50 Years of Victory” nuclear icebreaker, and Gennady Antokhin, Soviet and Russian icebreaker captain, Hero of Labor of the Russian Federation. “Clean Arctic” has become a platform that brings together public and volunteer organizations, scientists, heads of Russian regions and businesses. The project partners are MMC Norilsk Nickel, PhosAgro and Russian Railways. The “Clean Arctic” Column is dedicated to the environmental initiatives of all countries in the region.

Russia to allocate more than 30 billion rubles for the development of the Far Eastern and Arctic regions in 2023

12-28-2022

The Russian government will allocate more than 30 billion rubles for the development of the Far Eastern and Arctic regions in 2023, Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin said

Global warming increases environmental risks for the ecosystems of the Far North

12-27-2022

Rising temperatures, in particular, can lead to "spring drought" for trees

Melting Arctic is releasing ancient germs

12-26-2022

Scientists have recently revived several large viruses that had been buried in the frozen Siberian ground for tens of thousands of years

The Clean Arctic project goes international

12-23-2022

In total, over three thousand volunteers from Russia, Belarus, Kyrgyzstan, Benin, Brazil, Bolivia, Bangladesh, Egypt, Congo and Mongolia took part in the expeditions of the project in 2022

A new network of marine weather stations will appear in the Arctic zone of Russia

12-22-2022

It will significantly improve the accuracy of forecasts for safe navigation along the Northern Sea Route and open up new opportunities for scientific research

Poultry manure could help save Arctic lakes

12-21-2022

Russian scientists are developing an eco-technology for the accelerated restoration of Arctic lakes

The Arctic Report Card is a reminder that what happens in the Arctic affects the rest of the world

12-20-2022

In the Arctic, the freedom to travel, hunt and make day-to-day decisions is profoundly tied to cold and frozen conditions for much of the year

The reserved lesson "7 wonders of the Arctic" will tell about the Arctic nature and its features

12-19-2022

The Arctic lesson was developed with the participation of volunteers from Norilsk Nickel and the Zapovednoe embassy charitable educational foundation

Mikhail Gladyshev, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Doctor of Biology, Professor: "We must preserve the quality, first of all, of the Arctic ecosystems, which are inhabited by the most valuable fish species, which generally constit

12-16-2022

During a press conference following the results of the Large Scientific Expedition to study biodiversity in the regions where Norilsk Nickel operates, Mikhail Gladyshev, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Doctor of Biology

The multidisciplinarity of research within the framework of the Large Scientific Expedition lays the foundation for further research in the Arctic

12-15-2022

"One of the main tasks set before the Russian Academy of Sciences is to conduct the research that is needed for the development of the economy, for its stability," Academician Valentin Parmon, chairman of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS) said at a press conference in the TASS press center


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