Environment

14 December 2017
Caspian Sea Breakthrough in the Offing?

The five Caspian states will (probably) sit down to resolve the sea’s status next spring, although Iran may (possibly) raise difficulties.

 
6 December 2017
Russia's Tearful Isotopes
Russian atomic regulator's foray into meme-making fails to quench rumors of nuclear leaks. From Global Voices.
By Christopher Moldes
 
21 November 2017
Russia Confirms Radiation Incident

Source of radioactive cloud that spread as far as France in September has not yet been identified.

 
20 November 2017
Changed Status of Central Asian Big Cat Might Have Been Premature Premium

Although no longer endangered, snow leopards remain on the list of threatened species.

 
2 November 2017
Scientists Probe Baikal Seal Deaths Premium

The die-off of the unique animals is bringing overfishing, pollution and other pressing environmental issues into focus.

 
1 November 2017
Environmental Costs Mar Mongolia’s Rapid Modernization Premium
The cold season is upon Ulaanbaatar and fears of a sky polluted by ash and dust surface again.
 
21 September 2017
Albania’s Waste Problem Rears Its Head Premium

Many countries would be glad to rid themselves of waste, but Prime Minister Rama says the country needs to import the stuff.

 

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