The Soviet Union’s emphasis on heavy industrial development and blatant disregard for the environment has left Russia facing numerous environmental problems. In early Soviet times, the natural environment was considered the background of industrialization, which unambiguously depicted a poster Smoke of Chimneys is The Breath of Soviet Russia
The Indigenous Peoples' rights that the EU advocates and the real rights of the Sámi are different?
In summer, 1648, Russian Cossack Semyon Dezhnev set out on the main journey of his life
Italian and Russian experts in the field of polar research still highly appreciate the prospects of international cooperation between the two countries in the Arctic
Ecology, green energy and the transition to renewable energy sources have become extremely popular topics in society. This is a trend for Western countries, but for Russia, it is a novelty and a potential development trajectory.
Permafrost covers 65% of Russia’s territory. Despite the name, these territories contain the richest natural resources in the country