UN Secretary-General: “Nature does not negotiate”
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UN Secretary-General: “Nature does not negotiate”

Speaking to young Māoris and people of the Pacific islands in New Zealand, UN Secretary-General António Guterres said “nature does not negotiate”. He emphasized four key measures that…

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Butterflies invasion in Ashgabat
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Butterflies invasion in Ashgabat

These many day, residents of Ashgabat are watching a playful dance of the most magnificent insects on Earth – butterflies. So much beauty immediately filled the city! With…

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“Altyn Asyr” Lake – a national project with global positive consequences
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“Altyn Asyr” Lake – a national project with global positive consequences

Representatives of UN funds, international organizations and diplomatic missions accredited in Turkmenistan, invited by President Berdimuhamedov on a working trip to the shore of the Altyn Asyr Lake,…

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The participant of World War II celebrated her 100th anniversary with an environmental party
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The participant of World War II celebrated her 100th anniversary with an environmental party

Environmentalist Ti Ostmo of British Cornwall celebrated her centenary with a climate change beach party. “I want to know that everything is moving in the right direction before…

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Environmental projects of Turkmen students deserve the highest mark of the international jury
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Environmental projects of Turkmen students deserve the highest mark of the international jury

Almaty hosted the I International Climate Box Project Competition on Climate Change, organized by UNDP. The winner was a participant from Turkmenistan Serdar Chariev – 10th grader of…

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ISA offers to invest in the desert: “Solar energy is a gold mine”
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ISA offers to invest in the desert: “Solar energy is a gold mine”

As part of the info tour in India, ORIENT met with representatives of the International Solar Alliance (ISA). Board members spoke about the organization’s activities and prospects for…

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Central Asian countries approved water use limits for spring and autumn
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Central Asian countries approved water use limits for spring and autumn

Central Asian countries approved water limits for the period of active growth and development of plants (the growing season) in 2019. The relevant agreement was reached by representatives…

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FAO Project aims to promote sound use of Soviet-era pesticides in the Central Asia
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FAO Project aims to promote sound use of Soviet-era pesticides in the Central Asia

It is estimated that about half of the world’s obsolete pesticides can be found in the former Soviet Union, with many of them stored throughout Central Asia. CA-NEWS…

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Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan and Turkey expand cooperation in green technologies
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Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan and Turkey expand cooperation in green technologies

A trilateral meeting on energy cooperation between Turkey, Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan was held in Istanbul, during which the parties discussed the issues related to the prospects for the…

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Red turtles are “evacuated” in the south of Tajikistan
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Red turtles are “evacuated” in the south of Tajikistan

Since April of this year, red turtles are rescued in the south of Tajikistan in the village of Umarzok due to the negative environmental impact of the CASA-1000…

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