How the dust of the Sahara desert saves the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico from devastating tropical storms
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How the dust of the Sahara desert saves the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico from devastating tropical storms

In recent decades, climatologists and economists raise the alarm over the negative impact on human life of dust storms and hurricanes. Of course, concerns about harm to health…

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African savanna can meet up to 70% of the world’s energy needs
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African savanna can meet up to 70% of the world’s energy needs

The potential for the development of solar energy in the tropical savanna Sahel is enormous, according to the UN. The energy produced from solar radiation in this region…

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UN discussed ways to overcome the negative impact of dust and sand storms
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UN discussed ways to overcome the negative impact of dust and sand storms

The damage from sand and dust storms is not only measured in budget losses, but also in deteriorating human health and stumbling economic development, that is particularly tangible…

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Tajikistan sells water from a dangerous lake – China volunteered to buy it
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Tajikistan sells water from a dangerous lake – China volunteered to buy it

Tajikistan has put up for sale the water of the picturesque mountain lake of Sarez, located in the Murgab district of the Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Region. The length of…

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Eco-friendly LED lamps of Turkmen production have won the market
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Eco-friendly LED lamps of Turkmen production have won the market

Altyn ASHYROVA The import substitution program by local analogues is a significant contribution of Turkmenistan to the environmental protection. The establishment of production of domestic LED-lamps, which have…

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IUCN praised Turkmenistan’s contribution to the regional forest landscape restoration
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IUCN praised Turkmenistan’s contribution to the regional forest landscape restoration

Turkmenistan’s efforts to increase forest resources were highlighted during the first Bonn Challenge Regional Ministerial Roundtable for the Caucasus and Central Asia, hosted recently by Astana. -There have…

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Kyrgyzstan is a home for rare wild pear
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Kyrgyzstan is a home for rare wild pear

In one of the remote corners of Kyrgyzstan, a population of the rarest wild progenitor of the modern pear – the Bukhara pear – has been discovered. About…

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UNDP “Climate Box” pilot seminar is holding in Ashgabat
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UNDP “Climate Box” pilot seminar is holding in Ashgabat

Ayna BERDYEVA On June 28, in Ashgabat, the first pilot seminar “Climate Box” for schoolteachers of the country, organized by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) jointly with…

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Big business in support of the environment
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Big business in support of the environment

Altyn ASHYROVA At present, ecology and entrepreneurship are difficult to separate. In all spheres of the economy, most business giants have long established funds in support of the…

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A new international concept of environmental protection is announced in Ashgabat
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A new international concept of environmental protection is announced in Ashgabat

Eziz OVEZOV On June 12, in the course of the traditional scientific conference hold in Ashgabat on the Day of Science of Turkmenistan, a new concept that can…

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