Norwegian scientists finally find good news from Norilsk Nickel
For the first time in many years, Norwegian scientists have found only positive news from Russia
Going to visit Belarus
The road connection between Russia and Belarus is expected to start by the summer
Gold mining may damage the clean environment of the ‘Three Volcanoes’ Natural Park
The ecologists of Kamchatka raise the alarm because a gold mining company has become the Park’s neighbour
It is wrong to call the accident in Norilsk a man-made catastrophe
The elimination of the environmental damage was discussed in Skolkovo
Will Beijing 2022 Olympics be held for sure?
The Beijing 2022 Winter Olympic Games is in trouble as they might not be able to go ahead as planned due to COVID-19
The convenient death of an inconvenient environmentalist
On January 11, as a result of a tragic accident Kurt Willy Oddekalv, the world renowned ecologist and activist, died
Ecotourism in Russia to become the driver of the tourism industry
The government has worked out the amendments to the legislation of ecotourism
Rosa Khutor celebrates its tenth anniversary
A new chairlift will be put into operation on the popular South Slope this winter
Singapore wins the ‘TripSavvy 2020 Editors’ Choice Award’
Singapore’s response to the pandemic can be a framework for other bigger tourism destinations in the world to emulate, experts say
What do you call an ox that gives fibers softer than cashmere and warmer than wool?
About the domestication of the musk ox in Russia for the preservation of the traditional way of life of the indigenous population and the development of the types of primordial economic activities of the northern ethnic groups
Dagestan Reserve: Welcome to the realm of the “four elements”!
Kurban Kuniev, Director of the Dagestan Reserve, told about the peculiarities of each of the protected ecological oases
Australia’s Cape Tribulation