Saxaul – the main in the desert
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Saxaul – the main in the desert

The flora of Turkmenistan is rich and diverse, it has more than 2500 species of flora, 700 of which grow in the desert. Saxaul (lat. Halóxylon) is the…

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The coronavirus pandemic as a reason to proceed to sustainable consumption
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The coronavirus pandemic as a reason to proceed to sustainable consumption

The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted many unresolved problems in the world, including environmental ones. And while the fish return to the canals of Venice, the streets of London…

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Birds – decoration of nature
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Birds – decoration of nature

Today, it is very important to rationally use the wealth of native environment, protect its beauty and biodiversity, and improve people’s ecological literacy. Annually, the first day of…

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Organizations of Turkmenistan will be obliged to provide information on environmental impact
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Organizations of Turkmenistan will be obliged to provide information on environmental impact

All state bodies, legal entities and entrepreneurs of Turkmenistan will be required to provide information on their environmental impact. The relevant law was published by the Turkmen press…

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River of Happiness: History of the Karakum Canal
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River of Happiness: History of the Karakum Canal

The Karakum Canal has been flowing through the endless sands of the Karakum Desert for more than half a century. Its construction was launched in 1954, and the…

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Projects in the Aral Sea region bring together regions of the world
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Projects in the Aral Sea region bring together regions of the world

The European Union has contributed 5.5 million USD to the UN Multi-Partner Human Security Trust Fund for the Aral Sea Region that was founded under the auspices of…

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«ArmInfo»: a powerful contribution of Turkmenistan to preservation of the environment
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«ArmInfo»: a powerful contribution of Turkmenistan to preservation of the environment

Information agency “ArmInfo” – an independent news agency of Armenia – published on the Internet portal the information on the start of spring tree planting campaigns in Turkmenistan,…

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Health of the Planet: How can viruses affect environmental policy?
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Health of the Planet: How can viruses affect environmental policy?

Today, many researchers and ecologists agree that the coronavirus pandemic is the result of active human intervention in nature. A little less than two decades ago, after the…

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Interview at the edge of a wheat field: how modern farmers live
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Interview at the edge of a wheat field: how modern farmers live

Just recently, Geoktepe district of Akhal province celebrated the festivities as the district received an award in the competition for being the country’s best district having achieved the…

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Plastic vs paper: which package is better?
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Plastic vs paper: which package is better?

Today humanity is engaged in a mad race for survival on the planet – changing over to conscious consumption, interchanging gasoline engines with electric ones, cruising on sailing…

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