Slow death in Siberia

The Forest Peoples organization, Fern, and the Coal Action Network have just published Slow Death in Siberia. The report notes how Europe’s coal dependency is devastating the forests of Russia and the Shor indigenous people. Slow death in Siberia draws a dark spot of coal dust from the Russian region…

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The mystery of cars without registration in Russia

A little while walking around a Russian city, especially in those who receive more tourism and those who are close to the borders, it is easy to detect an anomaly: some cars circulate without registration, although it is mandatory to keep it visible. Others, although you have to look more,…

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The only Greco-Roman temple of the former Soviet Union

While it existed, the Soviet Union covered a vast expanse of territory, including the Ukrainian, Georgian and Russian coasts of the Black Sea. Throughout them numerous Greek colonies were founded in Antiquity like Chersonese, Feodosiya, Fanagoria, Pitio or Dioscuríade, among others, later submitted by Rome and that happened to be…

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A great deal to save Dvinsky’s boreal forest in Russia

The Dvinsky region, in the district of Arkhangelsk, northwest of Russia, constitutes an intact forest landscape, of large virgin areas dominated by undeveloped forests. Until a few years ago, the central part of the interfluvium between the Dvina and Pinega rivers has remained in the wild due to the difficult…

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