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There are 13 item(s) tagged with the keyword "Environment".

Displaying: 1 - 10 of 13

1. Come Out and Play

Defending gay rights, yoga, recycling, and a stress-free childhood. Yes, in Russia.

Tags: meteors, animals, fish, prison, Sochi, yoga, lgbt, school, environment, soccer
2. Wailing for Freedom

What would the world be like without a wee boy, women, or whales in the wild? Definitely worse.

Tags: dacha, maslenitsa, environment, sexism, children, animals
3. A Whole New World (of Nuclear Weapons)

Whether you think INF stands for Instant New Fear or Internationalism Never Falters, this week’s got you covered with both politics and otherworldly events.

Tags: nuclear, environment, Nizhny Novgorod
By Irina Bukharin
4. Mud-slinging and Money-making

This week got a little shifty, with trash sent in packages, a possible tax evasion scheme, and a game retelling a contentious moment in recent Russian history.

Tags: cats, Facebook, animals, environment, Siberia
5. Whoosh, Bark, and Boo

This week was a grab bag of jobs well done, tear-jerkers, and meta-scary stories. Buckle up!

Tags: energy, environment, Halloween, putin, dogs, religion
By Irina Bukharin
6. Life, Death, and Pizza

Climate change is destroying Russia and people still want to duel, but at least someone’s getting free pizza.

Tags: pushkin, environment, food, orthodox church, navalny, putin
By Irina Bukharin
7. Seal Healers

Lori Beloivan and her husband were planning to move to Moscow. Then they discovered an injured seal on a beach near Vladivostok and their lives were changed.

Tags: environment, wildlife, nature, seals
8. Good Melt

On the Kremlin's Arctic flip flops.

Tags: arctic, politics, global warming, environment
9. The Ghost of the Mountains

Editor Maria Antonova headed off to the mountains of the Altai to learn about a project that monitors rare snow leopards. We get to tag along.

Tags: siberia, tigers, environment
10. Why is This Cab Glowing?

After a deadly tsunami hit Japan in 2011, followed by the nuclear tragedy in Fukushima, the port of Vladivostok received a number of radioactive cars. Two years later, radioactive car parts are still arriving in Russia. Outrageously, Russian customs authorities have had to detain and send back to Japan over 930 radioactive cars since 2011.

Tags: trade, Vladivostok, Siberia, environment
By Masha Egupova

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