Were his comments just off-the-cuff remarks, or a reflection of a deeper policy change?
Country racks up some of the worst air quality stats in the EU, along with other eastern members.
While Putin talks energy projects and security in the far north, Deputy PM Rogozin promises to protect its fragile environment.
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The Mongolian capital has few resources to battle pollution and associated poverty amid the economic downturn.
The country may have lost two-thirds of its mountain forests in the quarter-century since independence.
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