Saxaul will be planted at the bottom of the Aral Sea
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Saxaul will be planted at the bottom of the Aral Sea

Another 10 thousand hectares of the bottom of the drying Aral Sea will be planted with saxaul. At the moment, this desert plant has already been planted on…

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British researchers found how to dispose of Christmas trees
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British researchers found how to dispose of Christmas trees

Christmas trees that have fulfilled their festive mission can be an excellent raw material for the production of paints and sweeteners, says the research by Cynthia Kartey, a…

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10 natural phenomena that changed the Earth forever in 2018
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10 natural phenomena that changed the Earth forever in 2018

The earth is an ever-changing organism. 2018 was no exception, filled with various geological events and natural phenomena – hurricanes, volcanic eruptions and earthquakes that forever transformed the…

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Israeli researchers: seaweed can serve as raw materials for the plastic industry
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Israeli researchers: seaweed can serve as raw materials for the plastic industry

A new study by Tel Aviv University describes the process of developing bioplastics from microorganisms that feed on seaweed. At the same time, this type of plastic does…

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Turkmenistan has prepared next National Report on Biodiversity
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Turkmenistan has prepared next National Report on Biodiversity

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) jointly with the State Committee for environmental protection and land resources in Turkmenistan organized a seminar on discussion of the 6th National…

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Italian engineers propose to desalinate sea water with solar energy
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Italian engineers propose to desalinate sea water with solar energy

FAO estimates that by 2025, nearly 2 billion people on Earth will suffer deficit of clean potable water to meet their daily needs. Desalination of sea water may…

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A cheap way to generate hydrogen fuel is developed
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A cheap way to generate hydrogen fuel is developed

Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, have developed a cheap way to generate hydrogen fuel from gelatin. This type of fuel is an ideal alternative to the…

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Netherlands: artificial islands revive ecosystems
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Netherlands: artificial islands revive ecosystems

Markermeer, one of the largest freshwater lakes in Europe and the Netherlands, was once famous for its abundance of fish and other aquatic life. However, for natural reasons,…

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Turkmenistan reduces the discharge into the atmosphere of harmful emissions
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Turkmenistan reduces the discharge into the atmosphere of harmful emissions

Sapar MURADOV Turkmenistan with its one of the world’s largest hydrocarbon reserves is intensively increasing its oil and gas processing capacities. In recent years, many new industrial facilities…

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Atmosphere self-cleans from greenhouse gases
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Atmosphere self-cleans from greenhouse gases

Chemists and climatologists have long known the miraculous properties of the hydroxyl radical, which is called an effective “detergent” of the atmosphere from greenhouse gases that change the…

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