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Ivan Valentik on Russian forest and water resources
 
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http://www.fao.org/forestry/en/ Deputy Minister for Natural Resources and Environment and Head of the Federal Forestry Agency of the Russian Federation Ivan Valentik emphasizes the importance of preserving forest and water resources and proposes strengthening international discussions on boreal forests, especially in light of climate change. Read more http://www.mnr.gov.ru/english/ Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=FAOoftheUN Follow #UNFAO on social media! * Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/UNFAO * Google+ - https://plus.google.com/+UNFAO * Instagram - https://instagram.com/unfao/ * LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/fao * Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/faoknowledge © FAO: http://www.fao.org
Mantashe meets Russian counterpart
 
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Minister of Mineral Resources Gwede Mantashe briefs the media on the outcomes of his meeting with his Russian counterpart, Minister Dmitry Kobylkin, Minister of Natural Resources and Environment of the Russian Federation. Courtesy DStv403
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Ivan Valentik
 
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Deputy Minister of Natural Resources and Environment of the Russian Federation; Head of the Federal Agency for Forestry
Precious Necklace Of Baikal
 
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Dear friends of Lake Baikal and Russian nature! In 2015 the UNDP-GEF Regional Project “Integrated Natural Resource Management in the Baikal Basin Transboundary Ecosystem” (the Baikal project) completed an implementation of the special public awareness media concept “PRECIOUS NECKLACE OF BAIKAL”. Specially protected nature areas (SPNA) cover 33% of Lake Baikal and include nature reserves, nature sanctuaries, and national parks. There are several nature reserves and national parks located in and around Lake Baikal which together are THE PRECIOUS NECKLACE OF BAIKAL: the Baikalsky State Nature Biosphere Reserve, the Barguzinsky State Nature Biosphere Reserve, the Baikalo-Lensky State Nature Reserve, the Dzherginsky State Nature Reserve, the Sokhondinsky State Nature Biosphere Reserve, the Daursky State Nature Biosphere Reserve, the Alkhanaisky National Park, the Zabaikalsky National Park, the Pribaikalsky National Park, and the Tunkinsky National Park. The media concept bearing the same name, the PRECIOUS NECKLACE OF BAIKAL, developed under the Baikal project is to raise awareness of the people of Russia and the public in other countries about the current state and prospects of developing tourism in nature reserves and national parks of the Baikal region (Republic of Buryatia, Irkutsk Oblast , Zabaikalsky Krai). This is an area of unique flora and fauna, and magnificent landscapes. Special focus is put on eco-trails that lend visitors a possibility to enjoy nature in its pristine state. Ecotourism in SPNAs is developed with support from the Baikal Project. The Baikal Project in conjunction with the government of Russia is focusing on sustainable development of territories included in the protected areas of the Baikal basin. The issue of promoting ecotourism in international markets is currently of special importance, and for this reason a promotion campaign for SPNAs has been launched under the auspices of a project targeting the European tourist market with special emphasis on development of eco-trails and using ecotourism best practices, and also promoting protected areas (PA) through the Internet in different languages. Additionally the PRECIOUS NECKLACE OF BAIKAL media project has been produced to share the best practices of implementing ecotourism projects in SPNAs, engaging local communities, raising awareness, and attracting tourists. For the purposes of implementing this concept, expeditions have been arranged to all the nature reserves and national parks of the area, and professional photographers have been hired to conduct photo and video shoots of the main landscapes, tourist routes, and eco-trails. The Atlas of Culture Project has produced THE PRECIOUS NECKLACE OF BAIKAL documentary. The special edition of the World of Baikal Magazine has been produced and published which is a welcome addition to the Documentary and it describes all the SPNAs in and around Lake Baikal and lists the ecotours that lead through such areas. The documentary and the magazine have been produced both in the English and Russian languages. In addition, separate promotion video clips have been created for each protected area. The SPNAs play a key role in land use on the Baikal Nature Territory and serve as centers for both biodiversity conservation and ecotourism development providing viable economic alternatives to local communities. Protected areas are designed to protect the natural state of the environment and nature conservation sites that present historic and environmental value. Major responsible project partner is the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (Russian Federation). Additionally this project is supported by the Russian Geographical Society, the Baikal Institute of Nature Management of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, the Fund for Protection of Lake Baikal, Metropol Group of Companies. Detailed information about the project “PRECIOUS NECKLACE OF BAIKAL” and all media material are available on this web site: http://baikal.iwlearn.org/en/pictures/precious-necklace-of-baikal
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Hydropower and biodiversity efforts - UNDP Russia
 
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Since 2012, the project Mainstreaming biodiversity conservation into Russia’s energy sector policies and operations has been working in eight Russian regions to promote biodiversity conservation. Funded by the Global Environment Facility, the joint project of UNDP and the Russian Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment betters the state of biodiversity in industrialized regions, helps develop biodiversity monitoring systems and test new technologies in oil, gas and coal sectors and facilitates legislative and regulatory framework to enhance biodiversity conservation in the energy sector at national level.
CIS Conference: interview with Dmitry Belanovich
 
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Dmitry Belanovich, Adviser to the Minister of Natural Resources and Environment of the Russian Federation, shares his thoughts on the First Regional Conference on Sustainable Industrial Development: “Promoting Sustainable Energy Solutions and Clean Technologies in CIS Countries”. The Conference took place from 22 to 23 November 2017 in Vienna, Austria. For more information please see: www.unido.org/first-regional-conference-sustainable-industrial-development
Pamela Anderson to Visit Russia, Promote Environmental Awareness
 
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Model and actress Pamela Anderson will meet with Russia's minister of natural resources and environment at the upcoming East Russia Economic Forum to discuss environmental issues. Anderson says Russia's help in protecting biodiversity is necessary, and that she hopes her human and animal rights foundation and the Russian government can make the world a better place. Anderson will also seek to persuade the Russian authorities to block the passage of a whale-meat cargo ship due to sail over the north-eastern passage in the Arctic. Anderson penned a letter to Russian President Vladimir Putin last month urging him to stop of shipment of 1,800 tons of whale meat headed to Japan. http://www.upi.com/Top_News/World-News/2015/08/13/Pamela-Anderson-to-address-environmental-concerns-at-Eastern-Economic-Forum-in-Russia/5421439489431/ http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by Wochit using http://wochit.com
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Interview with Mr. Anton Bersenev at AEWA MOP5
 
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Interview with Mr. Anton Bersenev, Director of the Hunting Department, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment of the Russian Federation, on the occasion of the 5th Session of the Meeting (MOP5) of the Parties to the African-Eurasian Migratory Waterbird Agreement (AEWA).
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SA- Russia ITEC
 
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The Minister of International Relations and Cooperation, Ms Maite Nkoana-Mashabane, and the Russian Minister of Natural Resources and Environment, Mr Sergey Donskoy, will co-chair the 14th Session of the Joint Intergovernmental Committee on Trade and Economic Cooperation (ITEC) between South Africa and the Russian Federation, on 18 November 2016 in Pretoria.
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Arctic Biodiversity Congress 2018: Arctic Environmental Ministers Panel 2
 
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Arctic Environmental Ministers Panel Part 2 Arctic Biodiversity Congress in Rovaniemi 2018 Thursday October 11, 2018 Moderator: Martin Breum Panelists: Judith Garber, Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs, US Åsa Larsson-Blind, President of the Saami Council Kimmo Tiilikainen, Minister for Housing, Energy and the Environment, Finland Dmitry Kobylkin, Minister of Natural Resources and Environment, Russian Federation For more information: https://www.arcticbiodiversity.is/index.php/congress
FAO HQ marks International Day of Forests
 
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The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) highlighted how forests regulate water during an event at headquarters in Rome, Italy, on the International Day of Forests (21 March 2016). Abdeladim Lhafi, High Commissioner for Water, Forests and Desertification Control, Kingdom of Morocco, and Ivan Valentik, Deputy Minister for Natural Resources and Environment, Head of the Federal Forestry Agency, Russian Federation, spoke about forests and water security in their respective countries in keynote speeches. FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva and Assistant Director-General of Forestry René Castro Salazar presided over the meeting in which the Forests and Water programme was launched. Read more http://www.fao.org/forestry/91468/en/ Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c... Follow #UNFAO on social media! * Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/UNFAO * Google+ - https://plus.google.com/+UNFAO * Instagram - https://instagram.com/unfao/ * LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/fao * Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/faoknowledge © FAO: http://www.fao.org
International Cooperation for the Development of the Economic Potential of the Arctic zone
 
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Plenary Session: International Cooperation for the Development of the Economic Potential of the Arctic zone Congress Centre, Conference Hall D1 Until fairly recently, there was no suggestion that the Arctic marine environment would become navigable, and that huge deposits of hydrocarbons and minerals would be discovered on the Arctic shelf (which would promote the development of large-scale commercial projects). Today, these facts both pose global challenges and offer points of potential cooperation between states. The Arctic is now a foreign policy priority area for all of the Arctic nations. Moreover, nations outside the Arctic region, such as Vietnam, China, Singapore, and South Korea, have recently expressed an increased interest in Arctic development. Wide-ranging international cooperation in the Arctic is the key to the stable development of the region. Key issues: — Business as the foundation for international cooperation in the Arctic; — Promising international projects in the Arctic region; — Assistance from Arctic nations for business cooperation in the Arctic; — The presence of Russia’s non-Arctic partners in the Arctic. Moderator: Yevgeny Lukyanov, Deputy Secretary, Security Council of the Russian Federation Speakers: Vladimir Barbin, Ambassador at Large, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation Tero Vauraste, President and CEO, Arctia; Vice Chair, Arctic Economic Council Sergey Donskoy, Minister of Natural Resources and Environment of the Russian Federation Paavo Lipponen, Prime Minister of Finland (1995–2003) Lou Naumovski, Vice President, General Director of the Moscow Representative Office, Kinross Gold Corporation Frederik Paulsen, Member of the Board of Trustees, Russian Geographical Society; Honorary Consul of the Russian Federation in Lausanne (Switzerland) Mikhail Slipenchuk, Deputy Chairman of the State Duma Committee on Natural Resources and Environmental Protection; Head of Delegation of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation at The Conference of Parliamentarians of the Arctic Region Sergey Frank, President and CEO, Sovcomflot; Member of the Presidium at the Maritime Board under the Government of the Russian Federation Denis Khramov, Deputy Chairman of the Management Board, NOVATEK Artur Chilingarov, Special Representative to the President of the Russian Federation on International Cooperation in the Arctic and Antarctic; President, Russian Association of Polar Explorers
Валерий Анатольевич Пак, интервью - МАЙНЕКС Россия 2014
 
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Валерий Анатольевич Пак, Заместитель Министра природных ресурсов и экологии Российской Федерации, Руководитель Федерального агентства по недропользованию (Роснедра) Valery Pak, Deputy Minister of Natural Resources and Environment of the Russian Federation, Head of Federal Agency for Subsoil Use (Rosnedra) of the Russian Federation
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Russian Geographical Society. Arctic's Legends 2018. Arctic. See all.
 
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http://yanaorgo.ru/s/01_18/ Arctic. See all. The expedition "Arctic's Legends - 2018" will come out on the air from the islands of the Arctic Ocean. In September, 2018 the scientific and technical expedition of the Russian Geographical Society of YaNAO and Russian Robinzon Club will travel to islands in the Kara Sea of the Arctic Ocean. The expedition has become possible with the support of the ex-governor of YaNAO, and nowadays – the Minister of Natural Resources and Environmental Protection D.N. Kobylkin. The General Radio Frequency center has given a special call sign: RI0B. Participants will visit islands, near which the legendary schooner Fram of an expedition of F. Nansen (1893) drifted 125 years ago. The team will make radio communication sessions on short waves with the whole world. The expedition targets include studying and testing the short waves propogation and new the types of digital communication in the Arctic regions, photo and video filming of Arctic flora and fauna, environmental monitoring of the area. By means of holding scientific and technical actions the purpose of team is promoting the names of travelers with which names of northern territories of the Russian Federation are connected. After completion of the "Arctic's Legends" expeditions participants will hold meetings with youth, lectures and photo exhibitions and also will report results to the general public. The route: Arkhangelsk - Dikson Isl. – Firnley Isls. - Cape Chelyuskin - Tyrtov Isl. - Rozmyslova Isl. - Nansen Isl. - Scott-Hansen Isl. - Arkticheskogo Instituta Isls. - Sibiryakova Isl. - Arkhangelsk
Putin Says Arctic Belongs To Russia
 
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Russian President Vladimir Putin told a gathering of Russia's ruling party members on Thursday (October 3) that the Arctic was inarguably a part of Russian territory and that Russia had plans to expand activity there. The Arctic is "...a part of the Russian Federation, which has been under our sovereignty throughout the past few centuries. And it will stay this way for the foreseeable future," Putin told United Russia party delegates. Putin said the country would reopen a Soviet-era military base there as part of a drive to make the northern coast a global shipping route and secure the region's vast energy resources. Two decades after abandoning it, Russia has sent 10 warships behind four nuclear-powered ice breakers to the base on the Novosibirsk Islands, a show of force as it resumes a permanent naval presence in the thawing region. Russia wants to tap into the region's vast mineral resources. Russian energy giant Gazprom's plans to begin oil production in the Arctic have raised the concerns of environmentalists who say an oil spill there could have catastrophic consequences for the environment.
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COP21: Russia torn on climate policy
 
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(25 Nov 2015) RESTRICTION SUMMARY: AP CLIENTS ONLY ++16:9++ AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY FILE: Irkutsk region, Russia - 7 September 2015 1. Various of firemen putting out wildfires ++16:9++ AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY FILE: Irkutsk region, Russia - 30 August 2015 ++AERIAL SHOTS++ 2. Plane pouring water over the forest on the shore of the Lake Baikal 3. Smoke billowing from wildfires ++16:9++ AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Moscow, Russia - 9 November 2015 4. Russian Minister of Natural Resources and Environment Sergey Donskoy at a news conference: 5. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Sergey Donskoy, Russian Minister of Natural Resources and Environment: "We are calling on countries to use more eco-friendly green technologies, to be more energy efficient. Of course, the economy should move towards a state where resources are used more economically and conscientiously, including oil and gas." ++4:3++ AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY FILE: Siberia, Russia - (Exact locations and dates unknown) 6. Oil fields ++AERIAL SHOT++ 7. Oil rig 8. Various of workers at the oil rig 9. Wide of oil rig ++16:9++ AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Moscow, Russia - 30 October 2015 10. Greenpeace Russia activist Alexey Kiselev talking to a colleague 11. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Alexey Kiselev, Greenpeace Russia activist: "It's a vicious cycle. As the budget is spent on other things and not on solving the country's problems, probably no one can do anything now. On the federal level, it's necessary to have the desire and the desire on the federal level has to be supported with the budget. But in a crisis when the budget is spent on other things - let's be realistic." ++16:9++ AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Moscow, Russia - 16 November 2015 12. Various of traffic ++16:9++ AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Tallinn, Estonia - 9 November 2015 13. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Yevgeniya Chirikova, environmental activist: "After (Russian President) Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin came to power, a clear policy towards 'de-ecologisation' of Russia started. All the laws that had been passed before on environment protection - including forests, but not only forests, the environment on the whole - all these laws have been gradually destroyed. Today our legislation on forest protection is imperfect. The good laws, they simply got rid of them, completely aware of the consequences, so that the forests could be used for making money - for cutting, selling and building over." ++16:9++ AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Khabarovsk region - 17 November 2015 14. Various of logs being unloaded from a truck 15. Various of piles of logs in the forest 16. Tree stump 17. Felled trees ++16:9++ AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Tallinn, Estonia - 9 November 2015 18. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Yevgeniya Chirikova, environmental activist: "But even somehow for the consequences of the climate change, or at least to stop forest fires, the Russian Federation never finds the money for it. It's not important to me what the leaders are saying, it's important what they are doing. Because you shall know them by their fruits. Unfortunately the deeds of the Russian leaders mean that they don't care about Russia and its environment." ++16:9++ AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Khabarovsk region - 17 November 2015 19. Various of forest STORYLINE: After forest fires blazed through Siberia this summer turning swathes of Russia's forests into ash, environmentalists have been once again urging the government to give greater priority to climate issues ahead of talks in Paris beginning at the end of this month. For a time, smoke from the blazes was so voluminous, Siberia's 400-mile-long (644-kilometre) Lake Baikal was temporarily not visible from satellites. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/25f4857008ca6bdc8581d0a00a83fd10 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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NWO-Agenda 21 Destroys BEES and environment
 
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Agenda 21 UN NWO dictates that they have a 'Sustainable Development Program" which they push onto our Government under Treaty to the UN - BUT they destroy the Eco System with chemicals, and with Poison water - and with GM food crops particularly 'CANOLA" and "SOY", Canola is A GM item from RAPE SEED and a deadly poison to our LIVER. and it is responsible for TRIGGERING OBESITY - And yet our Government allows it to be used for cooking almost ALL TAKE-AWAY-FOOD - see; http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/journal/113321725/abstract?CRETRY=1&SRETRY=0 BEES are being destroyed by H.A.A.R.P and (ELF) beams that disrupt the natural electro magnetic field of the earth which they need to tap into to navigate their way to the home hive. http://www.cleanairandwater.net/haarp-secret-weapon.html THE collapse of a hive is from this HAARP activity causing the BEES to get lost on their way home. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E2KgBxV-leg GM Food crops are fatal to bees. But the Government falls into the trap of accepting the JUNK science from the Monsanto people from the USA. Dr Denis Anderson Australian Scientist on SBS TV; CSIRO researching this problem; http://www.scienceimage.csiro.au/index.cfm?event=site.image.detail&id=6997 USA has proven they have destroyed their farms by using the Monsanto chemicals, they have no bees in their Country, they need to import our Australian BEES, but our own bee hives are now subject to the same 'parasite' beetle intruder. Our own Government is also going to allow our country farmers to be ruined by allowing the same USA false fraudulent science to infiltrate our Government departments. Without healthy bee colonies, we lose our food crops then we lose our food supplies. http://www.cleanairandwater.net H.A.A.R.P the secret weapon using billion watt radio beams, stopping rain, cause man-made climate change is also responsible for disrupting the earth's electro magnetic field that the BEES need to tap into to navigate back to the home hive. 'Millions' of bees cant find their way home which now referred to as the CCD Colony Collapse. http://www.cleanairandwater.net --- - - - - - WARNING FROM RUSSIA Russia Warns Obama: Global War Over 'Bee Apocalypse' Coming Soon The shocking minutes relating to President Putin's meeting this past week with US Secretary of State John Kerry reveal the Russian leaders " extreme outrage" over the Obama regimes continued protection of global seed and plant bio-genetic giants Syngenta and Monsanto in the face of a growing " bee apocalypse" that the Kremlin warns " will most certainly" lead to world war. According to these minutes, released in the Kremlin today by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment of the Russian Federation (MNRE), Putin bwas so incensed over the Obama regimes refusal to discuss this grave matter that he refused for three hours to even meet with Kerry, who had traveled to Moscow on a scheduled diplomatic mission, but then relented so as to not cause an even greater rift between these two nations. At the center of this dispute between Russia and the US, this MNRE report says, is the " undisputed evidence" that a class of neuro-active insecticides chemically related to nicotine, known as neonicotinoids, are destroying our planets bee population, and which if left unchecked could destroy our world's ability to grow enough food to feed its population. So grave has this situation become, the MNRE reports, the full European Commission (EC) this past week instituted a two-year precautionary ban (set to begin on 1 December 2013) on these " bee killing" pesticides following the lead of Switzerland, France, Italy, Russia, Slovenia and Ukraine, all of whom had previously banned these most dangerous of genetically altered organisms from being used on the continent. Two of the most feared neonicotinoids being banned are Actara and Cruiser made by the Swiss global bio-tech seed and pesticide giant Syngenta AG which employs over 26,000 people in over 90 countries and ranks third in total global sales in the commercial agricultural seeds market. Important to note, this report says, is that Syngenta, along with bio-tech giants Monsanto, Bayer, Dow and DuPont, now control nearly 100% of the global market for genetically modified pesticides, plants and seeds. http://www.organicconsumers.org/ - See more at: http://www.thomhartmann.com/forum/2013/06/russia-and-bees-global-war-over-bees#sthash.Ed4tL3qU.dpuf
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[Wikipedia] Yury Trutnev
 
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Yury Petrovich Trutnev (Russian: Ю́рий Петро́вич Тру́тнев; born March 1, 1956) is a Russian politician. From 2004 to 2012, he was Minister of Natural Resources and the Environment of the Russian Federation. From 2012 to 2013 he was Assistant to the President of Russia. On August 31, 2013, he was named Deputy Prime Minister of Russia and Presidential Envoy to the Far Eastern Federal District. Holds a 5th dan in Kyokushin Karate. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yury_Trutnev Please support this channel and help me upload more videos. Become one of my Patreons at https://www.patreon.com/user?u=3823907
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NEWS FEATURE  Work on large complex halted by environmental watchdog
 
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SHOTLIST June 24, 2007 1. Wide of Moscow City towers 2. Mid tilt up Federation Tower 3. Mid of Moscow river 4. Set up of Oleg Mitvol Deputy Minister of Ministry of Natural Resources 5. Cutaway of Russian President Vladimir Putin calendar 6. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Oleg Mitvol, Deputy Minister of Ministry of Natural Resources: "The companies are racing to finish on time, and to make their money and feel that they can ruin the environment. They simply don't understand that there can be terrible consequences for our children." 7. Wide pan of Moscow City 8. Wide of workers on roof 9. Wide of construction lift July 3, 2007 10. Wide of Duma Deputy Sergi Mitrokhin at protest (white shirt) 12. Mid of female protester July 10, 2007 13. Set up Mitrokhin 14. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Sergei Mitrokhin, Duma Deputy from Yabloko Party: "Everyone is in a hurry to get construction finished. They work round-the-clock, at weekends, all because the investor is afraid something might happen to stop work. Of course ecology is the last thing on their minds." July 10, 2007 15. Wide of Moscow City construction site 16. Wide tilt down construction site 17. Construction lift going up 18. Moscow City skyscraper 19. Set up of Sergei Polonsky, CEO of Mirax Group construction company 20. Polonsky seated 21. Close up Mirax Group corporate magazine 22. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Sergei Polonsky, CEO of Mirax Group construction company: "No one is throwing waste pipes into the Moscow River and if you looked at the state of the river before and after Moscow City you wouldn't see any difference. It's no better and no worse." 23. Various of Moscow skyline STORYLINE: It's Moscow's most ambitious construction project and the symbol of a resurgent Russia, but Moscow City has now come under attack for its impact on the environment. Sited on the banks of the Moscow River, the site is being turned into a major business centre and will house some of the tallest skyscrapers in Europe. The 12 billion (b) US Dollar project is comparable in size and scale to London's Docklands development. When finished it will include a huge public square 2 1/2 times bigger than Red Square, new metro stations, parking for 30-thousand cars and leisure and sports facilities. Moscow Mayor Yuri Luzhkov is even planning to move the city's legislature to the site. But the scale and tempo of the city's construction boom is causing concern. Work at two of the sites was stopped last week by Russia's environmental watchdog who accused construction companies of polluting the Moscow River with runoff clogging it up and reducing the river's depth from 1.5 metres to 20 centimetres. "The companies are racing to finish on time, and to make their money and feel that they can ruin the environment. They simply don't understand that there can be terrible consequences for our children," Deputy Minister of Ministry of Natural Resources Oleg Mitvol told AP Television. Environmental standards at construction sites across the country are at best insufficient. There have been several public protests at the number of high-rise buildings under construction. Duma Deputy, Sergei Mitrokhin accuses the builders of neglecting the environment in their rush to make colossal profits. "They work round-the-clock, at weekends, all because the investor is afraid something might happen to stop work. Of course ecology is the last thing on their minds," he told AP Television. But the construction companies claim the allegations are political and no damage has been done to the river. "If you looked at the state of the river before and after Moscow City you wouldn't see any difference. It's no better and no worse," CEO of Mirax Group construction Sergei Polonsky told AP Television. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/629ee0ac8d90dc583b0dcf358116e596 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Protest in Russia over ecological problems in southern Ural
 
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(25 Nov 2017) Residents of the Russian city and region of Chelyabinsk held a rally on Saturday to protest a spike in radioactivity in the air as well as other environmental concerns. On Tuesday, Russian authorities had confirmed reports of a spike in radioactivity in the air over the Ural Mountains while the suspected culprit, a nuclear fuel processing plant, denied it was the source of contamination. Some of the two thousand people protesting on Saturday demanded to know the full extent of the release of the isotope Ruthenium-106 and complained of nose burns. The Russian Natural Resources Ministry, which oversees the meteorological office, in a statement earlier in the week sought to reassure the public, claiming that the radiation levels there still were lower than those deemed to be dangerous. Russia's state-controlled Rosatom corporation's Mayak plant in the Chelyabinsk region has been responsible for at least two of Russia's biggest radioactive accidents. It denied being the source of contamination. Saturday's rally was attended by presidential advisor Mikhail Fedoto and other members of the Presidential Council for Civil Society and Human Rights. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/305c0a59e53ee51ac4ab535cfd36d2f5 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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WORLD WAR OVER BEE'S ?
 
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The shocking minutes relating to President Putin's meeting this past week with US Secretary of State John Kerry reveal the Russian leaders "extreme outrage" over the Obama regimes continued protection of global seed and plant bio-genetic giants Syngenta and Monsanto in the face of a growing "bee apocalypse" that the Kremlin warns "will most certainly" lead to world war. According to these minutes, released in the Kremlin today by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment of the Russian Federation (MNRE), Putin was so incensed over the Obama regimes refusal to discuss this grave matter that he refused for three hours to even meet with Kerry, who had traveled to Moscow on a scheduled diplomatic mission, but then relented so as to not cause an even greater rift between these two nations.
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Discover the Arctic, Fall in Love with the Arctic
 
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Panel Session 2.2: Discover the Arctic, Fall in Love with the Arctic Congress Centre, Conference Hall D4 The Arctic’s natural and cultural wealth have long attracted scientists, researchers, and travellers from all over the world. The region possesses huge potential for active recreation, extreme tourism, and educational travel. With the right approach, these sectors could lay the groundwork for a successful tourism industry in Russia’s northern regions. Acknowledging the role of indigenous people of the north in the socioeconomic development of the regions, special attention needs to be paid to the cultural and tourism potential of their traditional way of life and crafts. The Arctic region can only be developed if all Arctic nations and companies working in the Arctic show constant concern for environment safety. Key issues: — Development of the Arctic’s tourist potential; — Economic attractiveness of the traditional crafts and culture of the north; — Steps to preserve the cultural heritage of the Russian Arctic; — Ensuring the environmental safety of the region. Moderator: Ildar Neverov, Head, Sever Group; Member of the Task Force for the Development of the Arctic and the Northern Sea Route, Expert Council under the Government of the Russian Federation Speakers: Dmitry Belanovich, Director of the Department for State Policy and Environmental Regulation, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment of the Russian Federation Sargylana Ignatyeva, Rector, Arctic State Institute of Arts and Culture Aleksandr Kirilov, Acting Director, Russian Arctic National Park Elena Kudryashova, Rector, Lomonosov Northern (Arctic) Federal University Andrey Mezhenko, Deputy Head, Federal Agency for Nationality Affairs Oleg Safonov, Head of the Federal Agency for Tourism Valentin Sidorin, Deputy General Director, Presidential Library named after Boris Yeltsin Sergei Surkov, Deputy Governor of Nenets Autonomous Area for Federal Government Relations Yury Khatanzeysky, Vice President on Government Relations, Russian Association of Indigenous Peoples of the North, Siberia, and the Far East Special presentation: Inge Solheim, polar explorer, Norway
The agreement the world needs at COP21:DSDS 2015
 
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To arrive at an effective agreement in COP 21 at Paris, a consensual agreement on climate change based on the success of COP -20 held in Lima, Peru should be formulated. The issues of ethics, equity and sustainability should also be made an important part of the characteristics defining an agreement that is expected to be reached in Paris. A framework of ideas and concepts to be discussed in this session should be made based on the scientific assessment of climate change. Chair: Sir Suma Chakrabarti, President, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development • HE Mr Juan José Guerra Abud, Minister of Environment and Natural Resources, Mexico • HE Ms Lyonpo Dorji Choden, Minister of Works and Human Settlement, Royal Government of Bhutan • HE Mr Sergey Donskoy, Minister of Natural Resources and Environment, Russian Federation • Mr Prakash Javadekar, Hon’ble Minister of State (IC) for Environment, Forest & Climate Change, India (TBC) • HE Mr Lars Andreas Lunde, State Secretary (Deputy Minister) of Climate and Environment, Norway • HE Mr Abdullahi Majeed, Minister of State for Environment and Energy, Maldives • Dr Mukul M Sangma, Hon’ble Chief Minister, Meghalaya, India • Ambassador Richard Verma, US Ambassador to India
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Eritrea: High-level Eritrean delegation meets Russian officials | Eri-TV News
 
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ERI-TV: NEWS Asmara, 21 February 2014 -- The high-level Eritrean delegation headed by Foreign Minister Osman Saleh that arrived in Moscow on the 16th of this month held meetings with Russian officials and conducted discussion as regards fostering bilateral relations and regional as well as international issues of mutual interest. At a meeting it conducted last Tuesday, the delegation extensively exchanged views with the Russian Vice Chairman of the International Affairs Committee in Parliament DUMA, Mr. Alexandr Romanovich, focusing on ways and means of furthering bilateral ties in all domains. In the course of the meeting, Mr. Romanovich asserted readiness to do its level best towards promoting relations of partnership between both countries in the domains of investment, trade and others. Speaking at a meeting he conducted with Mr. Valery Pak, Vice Minister of Natural Resource and Environment as well as Head of Federal Institute of Underground Resource of the Russian Federation, in which representatives of the Russian Ministry of Economic Development also took part; Mr. Osman Saleh gave briefings regarding Eritrea's natural resources, especially in connection with minerals. He further outlined the investment prospects in the Homeland. Moreover, the high-level Eritrean delegation met the Russian Vice Minister of Education and Science, Mr. Benjamin Kaganov, and discussed the potential ground for partnership between both countries in the spheres of education, science and culture. In the course of the discussion, the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation expressed readiness to collaborate with the Eritrean Ministry of Education. _________________________________ Dirko, 21 February 2014 -- The inhabitants of Eimi-Haili sub-zone have constructed school fence in Kudob'ur, at a total expenditure of 2 million and 300,000 Nakfa.(read more....http://www.shabait.com/news/local-news/16242-inhabitants-of-emini-haili-sub-zone-construct-school-fence-in-kudobur-) _____________________________ Asmara, 21 February 2014 -- The Micro-credit and Saving Program's branch in the Central region indicated that it is putting up endeavors in a bid to improve the livelihood of communities. It made the remark at a meeting, during which Mr. Haile Kidane, Head of the branch office, pointed out that there exist a total of 71 village banks in 16 sub-zones of the region, and that over 8,000 nationals have become beneficiaries of credit a mounting to over 42 million Nakfa.(read more....http://www.shabait.com/news/local-news/16243-central-region-micro-credit-and-saving-programs-branch-in-putting-up-endeavors-in-a-bid-to-improve-communal-livelihood-) ______________________________ Asmara, 21 February 2014 -- The Micro-credit and Saving Program's branch in the Central region indicated that it is putting up endeavors in a bid to improve the livelihood of communities. It made the remark at a meeting, during which Mr. Haile Kidane, Head of the branch office, pointed out that there exist a total of 71 village banks in 16 sub-zones of the region, and that over 8,000 nationals have become beneficiaries of credit a mounting to over 42 million Nakfa credit.(read more.....http://www.shabait.com/news/local-news/16241-central-region-micro-credit-and-saving-programs-branch-in-putting-up-endeavors-in-a-bid-to-improve-communal-livelihood-) _____________________________ Asmara, 21 February 2014 -- A potable water supply facility comprising three distributor stations has been put in a place in Teareshi village, Serejeka sub-zone, at a total expenditure of 2 million Nakfa. Speaking at the inauguration ceremony, Mr. Mussie Eyob, Administrator of the village, said that there used to prevail critical water shortage in the village, and expressed satisfaction with the initiative taken by government bodies and stakeholders as regards solving the problem. He also called on the community members to practice judicious utilization of the facility.(read more....http://www.shabait.com/news/local-news/16245-potable-water-supply-facility-put-in-a-place-in-teareshi-) =============================================== © 2014 Eritrea Ministry of Information: http://www.shabait.com
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How urgent is action on Climate Change? :DSDS 2015
 
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DSDS 2015, Feb 7: There is a substantial urgency to take an action in the field of climate change because of its consequential negative economic impacts apart from the non-monetary effects. The IPCC’s Special Report on Managing the Risks of Extreme Events and Disasters to Advance Climate Change Adaptation (SREX) which was released in 2011 clearly highlights both the monetized as well as the losses associated with cultural values, ecosystems and human lives which includes the concerns related to sea level rise, the water cycle, impacts on agriculture and human health, threats to ecosystems and species as well as an increase in the frequency and intensity of extreme events. Chair: Ambassador Ajai Malhotra, Distinguished Fellow, TERI & Former Ambassador of India to the Russian Federation Keynote Address: HE Ms Ségolène Royal, Minister of Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy, France Panellists: • Dr Heherson T Alvarez, Commissioner, Climate Change Commission & Former Secretary of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR), Philippines • Hon’ble Leo Brincat, Minister for the Environment, Sustainable Development and Climate Change, Malta • The Hon’ble Jean Charest, Partner, McCarthy Tétrault & Former Premier, Québec & Former Minister of the Environment, Canada • HE Dr Maciej H Grabowski, Minister of Environment, Republic of Poland • Mr Suresh Prabhu, Hon’ble Minister of Railways, India • Mr Rajiv Pratap Rudy, Minister of State for Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (IC) & Parliamentary Affairs, India • HE Dr Oyun Sanjaasuren, Former Minister for Environment and Green Development; Member of Parliament of Mongolia & President of UNEA • Mr Kamalesh Sharma, Commonwealth Secretary-General
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Международная научно-практическая конференция  ОРЛЫ ПАЛЕАРКТИКИ 2013
 
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Организаторы: Российская сеть изучения и охраны пернатых хищников (RRRCN) ФГБУ Национальный парк «Нижняя Кама» ФГБУ «Волжско-Камский государственный природный биосферный заповедник» Елабужский институт Казанского (Приволжского) федерального университета МБОО «Сибирский экологический центр» (Сибэкоцентр) При поддержке: проект ПРООН/ГЭФ/Минприроды России «Совершенствование системы и механизмов управления ООПТ в степном биоме России» ВОО «Русское географическое общество» ООО «Геолайн» ООО «Эко-НИОКР» и Управляющая компания «Комплексное ЭнергоРазвитие-Холдинг» International Scientific and Practical Conference EAGLES OF PALEARCTIC Study and Conservation 20--23 September 2013 Elabuga, Tatarstan Republic, Russia Organizers: Russian Raptor Research and Conservation Network (RRRCN) FSI National Park "Nizhnyaya Kama" FSI "Volga-Kama Nature Reserve" Elabuga Institute of Kazan Federal University IG NGO "Siberian Environmental Center" (Sibecocenter) With the support of: UNDP / GEF / Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment of the Russian Federation "Improvement of the mechanisms and management of protected areas in the steppe biome of Russia" The Russian Geographical Society Geoline Inc. LLC "Eco-NIOKR" and LLC "Management Company "Integrated EnergoDevelopment-Holding"
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Radioactive emissions from Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant don't have effect on...
 
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Radioactive emissions from Japanese Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant don't have effect on radiation environment of Belarus and threaten it. This has been stated by Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment Protection of our country today. Belarus together with Russian colleagues has been monitoring the radiation environment since the radioactive emissions at the Nuclear Power Plant were fixed, following-up information about dose capacity. A representative of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment Protection admitted that radioactive contamination was traced in Belarus, as well as in Russian and European countries. These were the effects of release at Fukushima I. But the radiation level in Belarus was extremely low.
Putin: West Said Russia Would Break Apart, But We Proved Them Wrong!
 
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Russian President Vladimir Putin addressed Russian Popular Front Action Forum Join and subscribe by clicking on the 'bell' notification https://www.youtube.com/user/RussiaInsiderTV The President took part in a plenary session of the Russian Popular Front (ONF) Action Forum. The President was also updated on several ONF projects, listened to a report on the operations of the forum’s themed platforms and talked with presentation participants. Vladimir Putin was updated on the ONF Cleaning Project launched to get rid of illegal landfills. The main element of the presentation was an interactive map of landfills. The President asked about the number of such landfills. Project coordinator Dmitry Mironov said there are over 15,000 of them. The ONF representatives also told the President they had reviewed the results of this project and used them to select the best and the worst regions in terms of effectiveness of removing the illegal landfills. They also said that the interactive map of the landfills would be forwarded to the Ministry of Natural Resource and Environment. After that, Vladimir Putin was told about the ONF Youth project. Project coordinator Sergei Boyarsky pointed out that several independent projects have been launched within ONF Youth over the past four months and that some of them have already produced results. For example, the President learnt that over 10,000 people took part in the Russia’s Future Image project and provided statistical data on the interests of Russia’s young people. This year’s forum is the largest in the ONF history. It is being attended by over 4,000 delegates from across Russia, including active ONF members and representatives from public and volunteer organisations and from federal and regional authorities. Support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/TeamRussiaInsider Visit us! http://russia-insider.com/en Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RussiaInsider?ref=aymt_homepage_panel Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/RussiaInsider
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World Energy Congress 2013 - Day 3 Opening keynote speeches: A.Novak; J.Oliver; W.Yumin
 
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Alexander Novak (Minister of Energy of the Russian Federation) Joe Oliver (Minister of Natural Resources, Canada) Wang Yumin (Vice Administrator of NEA, China)
Section 3. Harmonization of the Environmental Legislation of the Arctic Council Members
 
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Arctic Conference. Section 3. Harmonization of the Environmental Legislation of the Arctic Council Member States Themes for discussion: - Comparative analysis of the Arctic countries' legislation on exploration and exploitation of mineral resources on the Arctic shelf - Key vectors of harmonization of the Arctic countries' environmental legislation - The role of the Arctic Council Moderator: - Alexander Shestakov, Director, Global Arctic Program, World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Speakers: - David Hayes, Senior Fellow, The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation; former Deputy Secretary, U.S. Department of the Interior - Steen Norlov, Minister Counsellor, Deputy Chief of Mission, Danish Embassy in the Russian Federation - Oleg Korneev, Deputy Director on Geoecology, Sevmorgeo - Yelena Nikitina, Senior Research Fellow, Department of Global Environmental Problems and Foreign Economic Policies, IMEMO, RAS - Natalya Khludenyova, Leading Research Fellow, Department of Agricultural, Environmental and Natural Resources Legislation, Institute of Legislation and Comparative Law Studies, Government of the Russian Federation - Yekaterina Khmelyova, Officer, Environmental Law Program, World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) in Russia - Inna Ignatyeva, Associate Professor, Department of Ecological and Land Law, Lomonosov Moscow State University (MSU) - Alexander Soloviyanov, Director, Institute of Natural Resources Economics and Environmental Policy, Higher School of Economics
Putin's Address To All-Russia People's Front (ONF)
 
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Russia captures key resource markets
 
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Russian companies actively make deals and purchases to entrench themselves in key mining and oil markets. As the Oilprice.com wrote, it may a be a serious challenge for the US, Canada, Great Britain and Australia. The Russian mining companies have launched a significant number of new projects for the latest week. Everything started from purchase of the Indian Essar Oil company consortium, worth 7.5bln dollars. Another important deal on the Indian market is agreement with the Gazprom on supplies of the liquefied natural gas of 2.5m tons. Everything happened at a time when the President of Russia Vladimir Putin visited India, during which the Head of State signed agreements on cooperation in the oil sphere and joint research on a gas pipeline installation in the country. A deal in golden sphere was also reached. The Indian company SUN Gold along with the Russian fund will develop the Klyuchevsk field in the Eastern Siberia, the company plans to invest 500m dollars. Players from China and investors from the Republic of South Africa and Brazil are also involved. The authors believe that it evidences Russia’s aggressive moving forward in energy and mining sphere in order to secure itself key global markets. As it is noted, it’s an evident challenge to other mining countries. Check more of our videos on our video channel http://www.youtube.com/user/PravdaTV Go to Pravda.Ru website to read articles that you can not read in Western publications http://english.pravda.ru/
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Д.Медведев.Послание Федеральному Собранию РФ.12.11.09.Part 5
 
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Presidential Address to the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation.Part 5 November 12, 2009 The Kremlin, Moscow. Dmitry Medvedev delivered his Presidential Address to the Federal Assembly. Послание Федеральному Собранию Российской Федерации. 12 ноября 2009 года Москва, Большой Кремлёвский дворец Of course, we also need to think about the natural resources that we can preserve and pass on to future generations. This is why I think that increasing energy efficiency and making the transition to a rational resource consumption model is another of our economys modernisation priorities. We can resolve this task only if each of us reflects on our personal responsibility for energy saving, as people are now doing throughout the globe. This is something everyone is thinking about elsewhere in the world. What needs to be done? First, we will launch programmes to produce and install individual meters. People in our cities and towns today are essentially paying for worn-out and therefore costly utilities infrastructure. People should pay only for what they actually consume. Second, we are beginning a transition to energy-saving light bulbs. People will save a considerable amount of money by replacing old equipment. Third, starting next year, we will begin carrying out projects to make city districts more energy efficient. Utilities networks will be modernised and a system of payments for services will be introduced that takes more into consideration families consumption and income levels. We will introduce energy service contracts that will make substantial savings possible. The energy efficiency programmes will be implemented first of all in the public sector, where there is plenty of work to do. I call on all of the countrys regions to take part in these projects. Fourth, we need to increase production not only of minerals, but also become a leader in developing innovation both in traditional and alternative energy. One of the most glaring examples of ineffective energy resource use is the flaring of gas extracted alongside oil. This pollutes the environment and sends tens of billions of rubles up in smoke. The Government has discussed the issue on many occasions and has promised to put an end to this disgrace. We really do need to take fast and decisive action, and no objections from the production companies should be accepted. This has become a popular issue. During the meeting I held with the Federation Council, Nikolai Ryzhkov asked me to look into the problem of wasting the gas extracted alongside oil. I dont know if he is present now or not. He is here. I hope that we can work together then to oversee that this task is fulfilled. One of the most promising areas is to make use of the widespread bio-resources we have, above all timber, peat, and industrial waste, as energy sources. Our scientific research and production organisations will focus on developing innovative technology such as developments based on superconductor technology that is particularly relevant for our extensive territory. We continue to lose huge amounts of energy during its transmission around our country. Superconductor technology will radically change electricity production, transmission and use. Programmes for developing nuclear energy have been made a separate area within the modernisation project. By 2014, we will have new-generation reactors and nuclear fuel, for which there will be demand not just in Russia but on foreign markets as well. Developments in the nuclear field will be actively applied in other areas too (above all in medicine, of course), for production of hydrogen fuel, and also for creating propellant devices capable of ensuring space flights even to other planets. http://www.kremlin.ru
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Shock Without the Therapy: A New Russia is Born in Chaos and Plunder - RAI with A. Buzgalin (6/12)
 
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On Reality Asserts Itself, Prof. Alexander Buzgalin says the collapse of the Soviet Union was followed by the rise of billionaire oligarchs as the “free market” led to the impoverishment of the people – with host Paul Jay Visit https://therealnews.com for more stories and help support our work by donating at https://therealnews.com/donate.
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Sell Russian Stocks
 
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http://profitabletradingtips.com/trading-investing/sell-russian-stocks Sell Russian Stocks By www.ProfitableTradingTips.com If you have not already, it is probably time to sell Russian stocks. Sanctions on the Russian Federation combined with the lower price of oil are hurting the Russian economy and Russian stocks that are not already in trouble soon will be. Before looking at our list of Russian stocks to sell let us look at a few basics of what is going on with Russia and just why, in general, is it time to sell Russian stocks. Banks and Reserves Russia has borrowed heavily in order to develop its economy. Banks have borrowed from the West to lend in Russia. Estimates of $192 billion in for foreign debts are probably accurate. And, Russian banks do not have the reserves to pay off their debts. The Ruble has fallen from 3.2 cents to the Ruble to 2.6 cents since a year ago. Thus there is diminishing hope that Russian banks will be able to exchange a falling Ruble for enough dollars or Euros to pay their debts. Russian foreign currency reserves have fallen from 480 billion down to 409 billion in the last year and in order to prop up the Ruble Russia needs to sell more. Crimea, Ukraine and Sanctions President Putin wants Ukraine, the largest country totally in Europe to be in its sphere of influence and when street protests resulted in the overthrow of a pro-Russian and corrupt leader, Russia promptly annex Crimea and supported rebels in the east and south of Ukraine by sending men and material. The response of the West has been to place sanctions on Russia. Investors are leaving and the Russian central bank expects to see more than a billion in capital leave the country in the next year. A Weak Ruble Means Inflation The Russian central bank expects to see eight percent inflation in the next year. As things get more expensive people tend to save their money and the economy suffers. Companies selling to Russian consumers will be hurting. President Putin and the Worst Thing That Ever Happened to Russia The Russian president firmly believes that the worst thing to ever happen to Russia was the breakup of the old Soviet Union. This is a man who is surely aware of the thirty million war dead in their struggle against Nazi Germany in World War II. The problem is that his argument that all current problems in Russia are caused by outsiders plays well to many Russians. So, it will be difficult for the Russian leader to back off of his aggressive stance, give back Crimea to Ukraine and quit sending tanks into Ukraine. That being the case we can only expect things to get worse. On top of that the USA is in the midst of an oil boom and the Saudis are producing more and not less. Russia is not going to be able to bail itself out by selling oil and natural gas. When trading foreign stocks you typically want to look at ADRs. Take a look at what Russian stocks sell as ADRs and avoid them or make an informed decision as to when to sell Russian stocks. Oil Companies Here is a list of Russian oil and gas companies that will likely be hurt by the combination of low prices and Western sanctions. Take a look at our old article, how to trade oil stocks and then sell Russian stocks in the oil markets. • Gasprom • Gasprom Neft • Lukoil • Surgutneftegas Mining, Metals and Industry Russia is rich in natural resources but mining and extracting minerals or setting up factors to produce products require financing which is a problem with western sanctions. Here are a few Russian companies where you might want to sell if you already have not. • MecholOAO • Buryatzoloto • Polymetal International • Polyus Gold • Polyus Gold International • Seversky Tube Works • TMK Banks And here are a couple of banks to avoid or sell. • Bank Vozrozhdeniye • Sberbank of Russia If you are going to avoid or sell Russian stocks watch the news as any or all of these could recover if Russia quits trying to bully its neighbors and western sanctions ease. Technical analysis is still the key. Anyone who makes money is a good buy and anyone who stands to lose as the Russian economy declines is where you should sell Russian stocks. http://youtu.be/Fi7R8BGzK88
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Он вам не Димон
 
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Секретные дворцы, виноградники и яхты Дмитрия Медведева — https://dimon.navalny.com С гордостью представляем вам самое большое на сегодняшний день расследование Фонда борьбы с коррупцией. Мы нашли и документально описали коррупционную империю премьер-министра, состоящую из сети благотворительных организаций, оформленных на его доверенных лиц. Олигархи и государственные банки своими взятками накачивали эти благотворительные фонды, а потом деньги тратились на строительство и покупку роскошной недвижимости в России и за рубежом. Документы, подтверждающие каждый факт, изложенный в фильме, содержатся в текстовом расследовании — https://dimon.navalny.com Мы призываем всех помочь нам с распространением этого расследования. Отправьте ссылку друзьям и знакомым, повесьте ее в социальные сети. Если вы поддерживаете кандидатуру Алексея Навального на выборах в президенты России, то поставьте подпись за его выдвижение — https://2018.navalny.com Поддержать Фонд борьбы с коррупцией — https://donate.fbk.info/
Russian Far East Has Enormous Potential (Use It, Don't Be Stupid) - Putin at Eastern Economic Forum
 
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Support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/TeamRussiaInsider Vladimir Putin took part in a plenary session of the Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok, September 7, 2017. In his speech, the President, in particular, outlined his vision of the prospects for cooperation in the Far East, and Russia's approaches to regional economic integration, and gave an assessment of the most acute challenges and threats in the Asia-Pacific region. Visit us! http://russia-insider.com/en Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RussiaInsider?ref=aymt_homepage_panel Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/RussiaInsider
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The Last Train Home - Climate Change - Earth On The Edge
 
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"We are all life we are all one" Songwriter Zamp Nicall looks at the state of our environment and the health of planet earth, The Last Train Home is running late. For more videos, check out our sister channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/spookyactionplanet The Beatniks of Babylon are: Zamp Nicall - Guitar and Vocals,Gregg Montante - Electric Guitar Ed Willett - Cello,Mick Mahan - Bass,Chris Ralles - Percussion Editing by Gabriel Acosta Special thanks to "Time to Choose", Michael Moore, The New Environmentalists, Link TV, Bioneers, Saudi Aramco, Gazprom, National Iranian Oil Co., ExxonMobil, BP, British Petroleum, Royal Dutch Shell, Pemex, Chevron, Abu Dhabi National Oil Co., Sonatrach, Total, Petrobras, Rosneft, Iraqi Oil Ministry, Qatar Petroleum, Lukoil, Eni, Statoil, ConocoPhilips, Petroleos de Venezuela, Sinopec, Petronas, Fossil Fuel Divestment , China, Russia, Margaret Atwood, Scott Pruitt, Donald Trump , Iran, Chernobyl, Bhopal, Kuwaiti Oil Fires, Love Canal, Exxon Valdez, Tokaimura Nuclear Plant, The Aral Sea, Seveso Dioxin Cloud, Minamata Disease, Three Mile Island, Fukushima Daiichi, Shark Finning, Coral Reef Bleaching, Chestnut Blight, Zakouma Elephant Slaughter, Ghost Net, Love Canal, Ozone Depletion, Phosphate Mining, Sidoarjo mud flow, leaded gasoline, Tesla, Elon Musk, Solar City, solar power, wildires, the Dust Bowl, 2012: Ice Age, A.I. Artificial Intelligence, Ready: Player One, The Anthropologist, Blade Runner, The Greening of Planet Earth, Waterworld, Snowpiercer, Six Degrees: Our Future on a Hotter Planet, The 11th Hour, Chasing Ice, Everything’s Cool, Not Evil Just Wrong, An Inconvenient Truth, An Inconsistent Truth, The Great Global Warming Swindle, The Greenhouse Conspiracy, George W. Bush, Barack Obama, Al Gore, Bill Clinton, Nigeria Gully erosion crisis, Basin F, Salton Sea, Everglades, The Great Pacific Garbage Patch, The Gulf of Mexico Dead Zone, Marine debris, nurdles, mercury, Marvin Gaye, Mercy Mercy Me, Peter Joseph, Harold Meyerson, Karyn Simon, Van Jones, Glenn Beck, Donald Trump, Zeitgeist Movement, Willaim T. Still, Bill Maher, Hillary Clinton, David Corn, Bernie Sanders, David Brooks, Matt Taibbi, Robert Reich, Howard Stern, Tavis Smiley, Rodger Ailes, Citizens United, Bill O’Reilly, Megan Kelly, Maria Bartiromo, Anderson Cooper, Don Lemon, Rachel Maddow, Chris Hayes, Laura Flanders, Anthony Bourdain, Matt Drudge, Ralph Nader, Nomi Prins, Chris Matthews, Lawrence O’Donnell, Daily Beast, Thom Hartmann, Jimmy Fallon, Joe Scarborough, Jesse Ventura, Stephanie Miller, Stephen Colbert, CNN, Jimmy Kimmel, Trevor Noah, Ann Coulter, Anonymous, Hackers, Hacktivist , Thomas Drake, Naomi Klein, Arianna Huffington, Black hatters, Daily Kos, Mike Malloy, Edward Snowden, Occupy Wall Street, The 99 percent, Amy Goodman, Howard Zinn, Jeremy Scahill, David Talbot, Noam Chomsky, Alan Watts, Elizabeth Warren, Joe Madison, Richard D. Wolf, Chris Hedges,Jon Oliver, Oliver Stone, Greenpeace, World Wide Fund for Nature, Sierra Club, National Audubon Society, EarthFirst!, Greenpeace, National Wildlife Federation, Natural Resources Defense Council, 1% For the Planet, Co-Op America, World Business Council for Sustainable Development, Forest Stewardship Council, Rainforest Action Network, The Nature Conservancy, Heal the Bay, Surfrider, Environmental Defense Fund, Friends of Earth, Worldwatch Institute, 350.org, African Wildlife Foundation, A Rocha, Anti-nuclear movement, Arab Forum for Environment and Development, Biofuelwatch, Citizens Climate Lobby, Conservation International, Green Cross International, Interamerican Association for Environmental Defense, Panthera Corporation, Plant A Tree Today Foundation, Xerces Society, World Land Trust, Society for the Environment, Rainforest Alliance, Albert Einstein , Michio Kaku, Slavoj Zizek, Nikola Tesla, Stephen Hawking, Alan Watts, Timothy Leary, Marie Curie, Charles Darwin, Leonardo da Vinci, Max Planck, Isaac Newton, Noam Chomsky, Alan Guth, Carl Sagan, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Sean Carroll, Carlos Frenk, Kip Thorn, Jane Goodall, Peter Higgs, Eric Kandel, Charlie Rose, Timothy Berners-Lee, Rubert Sheldrake, Michael Sheremer, Pema Chodron, Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche, Siddhartha Gautama, Paramahansa Yogananda, Shunryu Suzuki, Zen Buddhism, Alan Turing, Ira Fladow, Brian Green, Terry Gross, Bill Nye, Anonymous, Eckhart Tolle, Charlie Rose, InterReflections, The Venus project, Jacque Fresco, Peter Joeseph, Gabor Mate, Richard Wilkinson, Epigenetic, Adam Smith, Joni Mitchell, Zeitgeist Movement, George Carlin, Mahatma Gandhi, Robert Sapoisky , Hubble, UFOTV, Illuminati, David Icke, Teal Swan, Ted Talks, Lisa Miller, Ken Robinson, Tony Robbins, Deepak Chopra, Louise Hay, Bob Dylan,The Dalai Lama, Ram Dass, John Lennon, Bill Maher, James Hillman, Brene Brown, Joseph Campbell, Bill Moyers, David Eagleman, Ken Burns, Tami Simon, Andrew Weil, and Mario Martinez, Climate Change, Paris Agreement, Carbon Dioxide, Global Warming, EPA,
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V.Putin.Встреча с акционерами компании.21.12.06.Part 2
 
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Meeting with Sakhalin Energy Shareholders.Part 2 December 21, 2006 The Kremlin, Moscow Встреча с акционерами компании «Сахалин Энерджи» 21 декабря 2006 года Москва, Кремль MR PUTIN: Thank you. Mr. Jeroen van der Veer, please. MR VAN DER VEER: Thank you for supporting this truly historic event. We sincerely welcome Gazprom as one of our partners in the project. Since Gazprom will be the majority shareholder, I hope Mr. Miller will answer some questions and resolve any problems that may arise. I believe it is important that we have attained stability, which allows all partners in the project to work jointly to implement the project. In my view, this is a beneficial situation for all sides, including Russia and clients in Japan, Korea and other countries in the eastern region, as well as for investors. I believe that all of us shareholders will find an opportunity to further promote the LNG project after the first phase of the project is completed. Mr President, I am aware of all the concerns over environmental issues. In our work, we apply the highest standards of global practice to the development and production of mineral resources. All of us participants in this process are grateful to the minister [of natural resources] for assisting us in our search for the right ways to solve problems and move past concerns and complaints to practical work. [Addressing Mr Putin] I am grateful to you for your assistance, and I believe that the fact that we will continue to discuss these issues with the minister of natural resources points to a new dimension in our work and a new foundation for our operation. MR PUTIN: Mr Van der Veer, you know that Shell is working at Salym, in Siberia, as well as on Sakhalin, and you remember that we have run into some problems there as well. We did our best to consider the investors needs, and doing so allowed us to solve all the problems. Here, I am also very pleased to see that all parties have agreed on a satisfactory solution, and I would like to thank you for your flexible and businesslike approach to this work. MR KOJIMA: We are a shareholder in Sakhalin Energy. I thank you for the opportunity to talk with you, Mr. President. We are certainly happy to have settled all the issues, and we sincerely welcome Gazproms entry into the project. We are sure that the union of its four powerful shareholders will not only give Sakhalin Energy the capability to produce liquefied natural gas, but will also make it a major oil supplier in the Asia-Pacific region. We also think that we are creating new opportunities to develop joint work with our partners. We are happy to have reached an agreement with the Industry and Energy Ministry on all the remaining issues concerning the project. We are sure that this agreement will strengthen our project and ensure its robust, reliable operation. It will also reiterate our commitment to it and to fulfilling our obligations to supply LNG to our customers in Japan and other Asia-Pacific nations. Ensuring timely LNG supplies according to the schedule is very important to us.
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Canadians justify seal hunt which EU wants to ban
 
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1. Wide exterior of Mission of Canada to the European Union offices 2. Close-up of Canadian flag 3. Pan from journalists to wide of news conference 4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Kathy Dunderdale, Minister of Natural Resources for Government of Canadian Territories of Newfoundland and Labrador: "Decisions that may be taken with regard to sealing activity also have very strong implications and consequences for other activities with animals within the European Union and without, and that is fundamental to any discussion that we have about sealing activities." 5. Cutaway of journalists at news conference 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Loyola Sullivan, Canada's Ambassador for Fisheries Conservation: "The Prime Minister and the government of Canada believe strongly in defending a legitimate, sustainable, humane economic activity for some of the more disadvantaged people in our country, and there's an obligation to represent these people and a decision hasn't been made on the next step in the process, but we take it very seriously." 7. Cutaway of map of Canada 8. SOUNDBITE: (English) Yves Lecocq, Secretary General for Federation of Associations for Hunting and Conservation of the EU (FACE): "The EU, and that's often forgotten too, has no legal competence under the treaties today to legislate in the domain of welfare of wild animals. That is for us a fundamental point, and that's why we believe this discussion, this debate is much wider than the culling and harvesting of seals in other parts of the world." 9. Cutaway of journalists at the news conference 10. Wide panel leaving the news conference STORYLINE: Canadian officials and sealers presented emotional arguments to European Union officials on Wednesday, urging them not to impose a ban on products derived from seals. EU Environment Commissioner Stavros Dimas - under mounting pressure to act against what animal rights groups claim is an inhumane hunt - is considering a ban on all seal products. He is expected to present measures on the issue within months, EU officials said. Canada is facing renewed claims that the annual seal hunt off its eastern and northern coastlines is cruel, but Canadian officials say a ban would damage already-fragile, isolated communities that depend on the annual seal hunt for incomes and food. Special Ambassador Loyola Sullivan, who was leading the delegation, said the hunt is a source of income for some of Canada's most disadvantaged people: "The Prime Minister and the government of Canada believe strongly in defending a legitimate, sustainable, and humane economic activity for some of the more disadvantaged people in our country, and there's an obligation to represent these people," said Sullivan. Kathy Dunderdale, Minister of Natural Resources for Government of Canadian Territories of Newfoundland and Labrador, said decisions by the EU would have "very strong implications and consequences for other activities with animals." She did not elaborate as to what those consequences would be. Secretary General for Federation of Associations for Hunting and Conservation of the EU, Yves Lecocq, said the EU "has no legal competence under the treaties today to legislate in the domain of welfare of wild animals." "That's why we believe this discussion, this debate is much wider than the culling and harvesting of seals in other parts of the world," added Lecocq. The controversy resurfaced at the European Parliament and at EU headquarters as this year's hunt got under way last week in Canada. Similar hunts also are carried out in Greenland, Norway, Russia, Namibia and EU-member Finland, but Canada's hunt has faced the most scrutiny by European activists. That report was inconclusive on recommending a full EU ban. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/a011efb91139e6a4fdfabd03d3628b54 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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В.Путин.Заключительное слово.21.11.05.Part 1
 
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Closing Remarks at the Russian-Japanese Economic Cooperation Forum.Part 1 November 21, 2005 Tokyo Заключительное слово на Российско-японском форуме экономического сотрудничества 21 ноября 2005 года Токио PRESIDENT VLADIMIR PUTIN: I would once again like to thank the organisers of todays meeting. Looking around the room, I do not know all the Japanese representatives, of course, but I can see that this is a large and representative forum. I see also that the Russian side is well represented here. Indeed, the Russian and Japanese business communities have not ever gathered in such a format before. I hope that the meetings participants will have the chance to hold informal discussions once the part of the forum that I have participated in is over. Our colleagues did not raise a lot of questions in their speeches, but the summary of the Japanese business communitys general positions that has been passed on to me sets out a whole series of questions that, clearly, are of interest and concern to our Japanese colleagues. These questions are divided into several parts and have been given the heading: What we would like to see from the government of the Russian Federation. At the top of the list are issues regarding legislation and the tax system, along with other systems and procedures. I think it was Mr Anzai who mentioned in his speech that our Japanese partners consider it necessary to continue improving the tax legislation in our country. I think this is in part a fair comment. Any legislation should undergo continual improvement, be it Russian, Japanese or any other countrys legislation, because life develops faster than any legislation and often legislation is indeed a step behind. But I think that in the Russian context, what the country most needs at the moment is not so much to keep changing the legislation as to ensure its stability. We are always confronting government specialists with the need to end the frequent changes to the laws. I think that, ultimately, a stable legal environment is a lot more important for business, although there are of course areas that do require our particular attention and do need examination. This is a public process and our decisions in this area are transparent. The government keeps the public constantly updated on its plans aimed at reducing the tax burden. The overall tax burden on the economy in western Europe comes to around 38-40 percent, while we have made considerable efforts to reduce the tax burden over the last five years and have brought it down to around 34-35 percent. We plan to continue reducing it further. We intend making improvements to the tax legislation regarding natural resource extraction and plan to introduce a differentiated tax rate for the mineral extraction tax. We also have other ideas and plans in this area and I want to assure you that they are all transparent. Information on all these plans is available on the Russian Federation governments website and they are actively discussed with the business community, including with the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs, headed by Mr Shokhin, who was just recently elected to this post and is here today, and with representatives of the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Regarding the question of simplifying and raising the effectiveness of various administrative procedures such as visas, official approvals and customs procedures, I fully agree. Concerning visas, these are procedures settled exclusively on a reciprocal bilateral basis. Whatever visa possibilities Japan offers us, Russia will offer its Japanese partners the same. This is the general principle the Russian Federation follows in its relations with all its partners. I hope very much that our two countries will come to the optimum decisions for settling this issue. We support full liberalisation in the area of visa procedures on a reciprocal basis, of course.
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Welcoming Reception and Official Opening of the 19th Regular Session of the Council
 
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• Welcoming remarks, Mitchell J. Landrieu, Mayor of New Orleans • Remarks, Evan Lloyd, CEC Executive Director • Remarks, Martín Gutiérrez, Chair of the CEC Joint Public Advisory Committee • Remarks, Peter Kent, Canadian Environment Minister • Remarks, Juan Elvira Quesada, Mexican Secretary for Environment and Natural Resources • Welcoming remarks and official opening of the 19th Regular Session of the Council, Lisa P. Jackson, Administrator, US Environmental Protection Agency
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Industry Roadmap : Oil & Gas -  Market Access & Nation-Building Panel
 
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Expert panel discussion on Market Access & Nation-Building held at Milestone GRP’s Western Canada Oil & Gas Industry Roadmap event – Calgary, 2016. Moderator: Deborah Yedlin, Business Columnist at the Calgary Herald Panelists: • Tim McMillan, President & CEO of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) • Chris Bloomer, President & CEO of the Canadian Energy Pipeline Association (CEPA) • Blaine Favel, Chancellor of the University of Saskatchewan, Former Chief of the Poundmaker Cree Nation & Former Grand Chief of the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations • Pierre Arcand, Minister of Energy and Natural Resources of the Government of Québec (via video) Main Topics Include: • The economic and jobs impact of limited market access for Western Canada’s oil and gas • How government and industry must engage First Nations communities to build consent along proposed pipeline routes • The Quebec Government’s position on the proposed Energy East pipeline project • The role social media has played in polarizing the pipeline debate • How the energy industry must empower all Canadians to voice their position via social media Event page: www.milestonegrp.co.uk/past-events/western-canada Follow Milestone GRP: www.milestonegrp.co.uk Twitter: @milestone_grp // #IndustryRoadmap LinkedIn: milestone-grp-uk
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Polar bear fed firecracker in Russian Arctic
 
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SIGN THE PETITION HERE: https://www.change.org/p/генеральная-прокуратура-общество-защиты-животных-привлечь-к-уголовной-ответственности-полярника-взорвавшего-белую-медведицу A video showing a polar bear thrashing in pain after it was allegedly fed with a firecracker for fun has emerged online, causing shock and condemnation among the public. In the video, a polar bear is seen rolling in the snow by a station with a Rusalyans company logo seen on a nearby shack. A group of men can be heard in the background, emotionally discussing the situation and filming the animal with mobile phones. "Bear, what's wrong with you?" one man is heard saying, before the condition of the large animal worsens and blood appears on it. "It's in pain, it's going to die," several men then say, before one of them announces that the bear "took a firecracker in the mouth." "It will recover, I tell you, [because] it's a bear," another witness is heard reassuring the other. It isn't immediately clear when the incident happened and what exactly the bear had swallowed. Some reports suggest that the animal ate a kind of firecracker used by the military – a smoke charge that simulates explosions. According to another version, it was a rocket flare that it had ingested. The incident allegedly happened on Wrangel Island in the Arctic Ocean in Russia's Far East. According to social media users, who cited eyewitnesses, a cook at a polar station hid a firecracker in food and gave it to the bear for fun. The she-bear had a cub and regularly visited the station, getting food from the cook, witnesses suggested It is unclear what happened to the polar bear. While a YouTube description to the clip said that the animal had received "very bad injuries," LifeNews – after receiving the video from one of its readers – reported that the bear "was killed." Rusalyans company, on the premises of which the incident allegedly happened, said that the clip might have been filmed as "provocation or black PR," LifeNews reported, adding that the firm is now trying to establish the details of the incident. LifeNews later reported that they managed to contact the cook blamed for the violent deed. According to him, the bear – who often visited the station in search for food – had "itself grabbed a rocket flare and began chewing on it." The bear did not die, he said, adding that workers tried to look for him, but haven't found the animal. Russia's Ministry of Natural Resources said it received the video and asked the General Prosecutor Office to investigate the incident, saying that the horrific footage captured on it "indicates blatant violation of norms of Russian and international environment-oriented laws." Polar bears are listed in the Red Data Book of the Russian Federation, which documents endangered species. The offender may face up to 7 years in prison. tags: the killing of a polar bear, polar bear, the murder of a white-bear, chef killed the bear, killing of polar bears in the Arctic,
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BRUNEI: APEC DECLARATION
 
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(16 Nov 2000) English/Nat The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum summit has been winding up in Brunei. The nations have reached a compromise, calling for a new round of world trade talks that would consider the needs of developing countries, which fear they are being left behind in the new global economy. The most recent world trade talks failed miserably last year in Seattle as riots raged outside. Led by President Clinton, wealthy nations had entered this year's annual summit of the 21-member forum hoping to urge the World Trade Organization to start new talks by 2001. But Malaysia insisted on seeing an agenda first, saying they are tired of being pushed around in the W-T-O by their wealthy trading partners. After two days of talks, the leaders struck a compromise: They decided to call for an agenda first - as the poor nations wanted - and push for talks to start next year, which the rich nations sought. The poor nations are furious at the insistence of the United States and other wealthy countries that new trade talks include provisions on environmental protection and workers' rights. Poor nations say that could undermine their key competitive advantages in the global economy - their ability to exploit cheap labor and natural resources. They accuse the West of hypocrisy in seeking labour and environmental standards that took years to develop in nations that already had been industrialized. APEC can only urge the W-T-O to begin new talks, so Thursday's statement does not necessarily mean talks will begin next year. In another development, the final APEC communique said China should be accepted into the WTO soon, followed quickly by Taiwan and sometime later by Russia and Vietnam. China has been trying for years to get into the Geneva-based group that sets global trade rules and now appears quite close. A final sticking point for China's W-T-O bid is a trade pact with Mexico, which wants assurances that the Chinese won't flood its market with cheap goods. In it's final declaration the organisation also praised the efforts of South Korean President Kim Dae-jung to create a warming of relations with North Korea. The APEC summit in oil-rich Brunei is Clinton's last and comes at a time when many of the group's leaders face uncertainties or even serious threats to their rule. Philippine President Joseph Estrada faces an impeachment proceeding over corruption charges, Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori is reeling after a scandal involving his spy chief that has forced him to say he will quit next year and Japanese Prime Minister Yoshiro Mori is up against efforts from within his own party to call a no-confidence vote. SOUNDBITE: (English) "During the course of our latest meeting here in Brunei, it has become clear to us that we must meet the challenges and seize the opportunities of the new millennium. Despite encouraging signs of a return to strong growth, we are determined not to be complacent. Globalisation raises our stake in a healthy rules-based multilateral trading system, but launching a new round of global trade talks must benefit all the WTO members, especially the least developed and developing economies." SUPER CAPTION: Sultan of Brunei, Hassanal Bolkiah SOUNDBITE: (English) "Our future lies in our youth. The investments we make in encouraging them to cherish the region's rich cultural diversity and developing their skills will help determine the future of globalisation." SUPER CAPTION: Sultan of Brunei, Hassanal Bolkiah SOUNDBITE: (English) SUPER CAPTION: Sultan of Brunei, Hassanal Bolkiah You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/3ed77b86184afc9835fc412ce4bd0a0c Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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HSE in Oil and Gas 2014: Presentation of Unn Arnesen, STATOIL ASA
 
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HSE in Oil and Gas. Russia and CIS 2014 Промышленная и экологическая безопасность в нефтегазовых проектах. Россия и СНГ 2014 The fourth International conference "HSE in Oil and Gas. Russia and CIS" helps solving issues requiring closer attention, such as streamlining regulation, environmental protection, emergency preparedness, staff training, compliance with international standards, asset integrity management, and so on. Четвертая международная конференция «Промышленная и экологическая безопасность нефтегазовых проектов. Россия и СНГ» раскрывает самые актуальные вопросы, такие как упрощение и совершенствование законодательства, меры по защите окружающей среды, реагирование на ЧС, тренинг и обучение персонала, соответствие международным стандартам и вопросы эксплуатации объектов физической инфраструктуры. Speakers: Ministry of Natural Resources, Russian Federation * Rotekhnadzor * Rosprirodnadzor * Rosnedra * Glavgosekpertiza * Federal Fisheries Agency, RF * Russian State Duma * Gazprom * Gazpromgazobesopasnost * Rosneft * RN Shelf Far East * E.ON UK * Schlumberger * Statoil * Total * Nord Stream * Novatek * Gazprom Neft Shelf * Gazprom Dobycha Shelf * Gazflot * Karachaganak Petroleum Operating * TNK BP * Lukoil * Shell * ExxonMobil * Exxon Neftegas Limited * Sakhalin Energy Investment Company * ConocoPhillips * Chevron Texaco * Socar * BG Group * NCOC * Surgutneftegas * KazmunayGas and many others Докладчики: МПР, РФ* Ростехнадзор* Росприроднадзор* Роснедра* Главгосэкспертиза* Росрыболовство, РФ* Государственная Дума, РФ * IFC *Газпром* Газпромгазобезопасность* Роснефть* РН Шельф Дальний Восток* OMV * RWE * E.ON UK * Шлюмберже * Статойл* Тоталь* Норд Стрим * Новатек * Газпром нефть шельф* Газпром добыча шельф* Газфлот * Karachaganak Petroleum Corporation * ТНК БП* Лукойл* Шелл* ЭксонМобил * Эксон нефтегаз лимитед* Сахалин Энерджи* Конокофилипс* Шеврон Тексако* Сокар* * BG Group * NCOC * Сургутнефтегаз* Сибур * Казмунайгаз * и многих других. http://www.oil-gas-safety.com
LOOK WEST AGAIN, TOWARDS PARIS CLAUDE ARPI
 
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The Narendra Modi government is well aware that it needs to diversify its diplomatic relations if it wants to play a major role in the world. While the Indian media regularly covers the “Look East” or “Act East” vision, which translates into closer contacts with nations like Japan, Vietnam and Australia, “Look and Act West” is often overlooked. Perhaps it’s happening in a more discreet manner, such as in the case of relations with France. Besides the recent visit of French defence minister Florence Parly and the forthcoming visit of foreign minister Jean-Yves Le Drian (seen as a precursor to the visit of French President Emmanuel Macron to India in the second week of December), the last few weeks have seen important visitors, putting Indo-French ties on a new launchpad towards deeper collaboration in several fields. In September, the president of the Movement of the Enterprises of France (MEDEF), Pierre Gattaz, visited India. MEDEF is the largest French employers’ federation, representing over 800,000 member-companies. Known as “boss of the bosses” (patron des patrons), Mr Gattaz was accompanied by a 60-member delegation to “help India innovate and create jobs with expertise in infrastructure, renewable energy, waste and water treatment and smart cities”. The delegation toured New Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru, where it met government officials and business groups like Ficci and CII. In Bengaluru, Mr Gattaz asserted: “We want to be in India for the next 30 years and become one of the best partners in India’s development path. India needs the skills and expertise that French businesses can provide. Our objective is to create one million jobs a month in India.” A PMO release said Prime Minister Modi appreciated “the invaluable contribution” of business leaders from both countries. A few days later, the diplomatic adviser to the French President and the NSA’s counterpart, Philippe Etienne, visited New Delhi. On October 4, at his meeting with the PM, Mr Etienne briefed Mr Modi “on the strengthening ties between India and France in all sectors, including in the areas of defence and security”. At this meeting, Mr Modi fondly recalled his successful visit to France in June 2017. He told his interlocutor that defence and security were the two important pillars of the India-France partnership. Mr Modi had paid a short visit to Paris on June 3 to acquaint himself with Mr Macron. The talks between the two leaders mainly centered around the Paris Conference on the environment as US President Donald Trump had just announced American withdrawal from the Paris Accord. Speaking afterwards, Mr Modi declared that the Paris climate deal reflects “our duty towards protecting the mother earth and our natural resources. For us, protection of the environment is an article of faith”. Perhaps more important, a “current of understanding” had passed between the two leaders. The recent visit of Ms Parly must be seen in this perspective: a special relationship, which already works, needs to bloom further. Of course, it includes the field of defence, particularly selling more Rafale combat planes, which is on the table, at least, for the French and the Indian Air Force. Before the visit, a national newspaper noted: “After selling 36 Rafale fighter jets to India for $8.7 billion (`58,000 crores) last year, the French government is now pushing for a project to manufacture warplanes in India to give a boost to Prime Minister Modi’s push to encourage local manufacturing under ‘Make in India’.” A defence ministry official said though Ms Parly’s visit “is aimed towards strengthening defence cooperation, offering a production line in India for Rafale jets will surely be on the cards”. It is not known if this was discussed between Ms Parly and defence minister Nirmala Sitharaman, but it is significant that the French minister travelled to Nagpur to launch a joint production facility between Dassault Aviation and Reliance to fulfil the Rafale deal’s offset obligation. Around Rs 20,000 crores need to be invested by the French. Ms Parly, along with Dassault Aviation chairman Eric Trappier and Reliance ADAG chairman Anil Ambani, laid the foundation stone of an aerospace park for manufacture of aircraft components. In india various types of languages are spoken but our national language id Hindi but here are lots of people in south india. north east who can't speak or under stand hindi but they can understand english language so finally we decided to make video in both language so that each and every person can understand and can be informed about defence news on youtube .our videos are related to global defence news . we try to update defence news as soon as possible without any editing but we never say its 100% true but try to get it from verified sources . Jai Hind
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World Water Day 2018 Observed in DPRK
 
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A workshop took place at the Grand People's Study House on Wednesday to observe World Water Day for 2018. Present there were officials of relevant units including the Ministry of Urban Management and the Grand People's Study House and members of UNDP, UNICEF, WHO, the mission of the European Union Programme Support, the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation and a delegation of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies working in the DPRK. Speakers at the workshop referred to the efforts made by the DPRK government to preserve water resource and put its management and use on a rational way. They underscored the need to intensify the preservation of natural environment on a worldwide scale so as to settle the serious water issue arising in many countries and regions. The participants watched a TV program and photos on the securement and sustained use of water, a precious natural resource vital for existence and development of mankind.
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Putin addresses ministers at meeting about gas cartel
 
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AP Television 1. Wide exterior of President Hotel 2. Mid of traffic policeman 3. Wide pan of hotel lobby RU-24 - No access Russia 4. Wide of gas exporting countries forum 5. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Vladimir Putin, Russian Prime Minister: (++PLEASE NOTE SOUNDBITE ENDS ON A WIDE OF PUTIN++) "Oil prices have dropped four fold. Of course it has affected the state of natural gas market, the prices of which are dictated in accordance with those of the oil market. Taking into account its inertia, we can expect that the crisis will seriously affect the industry, probably even greater than on the oil sphere and the post-crisis rehabilitation might take longer." 6. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Vladimir Putin, Russian Prime Minister: "Costs, which are necessary to develop the (energy) sphere are rising sharply. It means that despite the global financial crisis and price drop for energy resources, the era of cheap energy, including cheap gas, is coming to an end." 7. Mid of officials 8. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Vladimir Putin, Russian Prime Minister: "We would be glad to host this organisation in the Russian Federation. We are ready to provide for this purpose one of the most beautiful cities in Europe and the world - Saint Petersburg. We are ready to grant this organisation diplomatic status and to cover all the expenses involved." 9. Various of Forum participants listening 10. Wide of meeting AP Television 11. Wide of lobby of President Hotel 12. Cutaway of media 13. SOUNDBITE: (English) Alexander Medvedev, Gazprom Deputy Chairman: (Question: How much will they have to pay to avoid having a reduction in gas?") "If they will not pay that will exceed two billion dollars." (Question: Do they have to pay all of it?) "In the international trade you see, either they should pay, or to provide some guarantees that it will be paid. We don't have either payment nor guarantee." 14. Wide of media STORYLINE: Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday that the world financial crisis had ended the era of cheap energy and that low gas prices were a thing of the past. He said the time of cheap energy resources and cheap gas were "surely coming to an end" with rising costs of exploration, gas production and transportation. Putin was speaking at a meeting of a dozen leading natural gas exporters who convened in Moscow to strengthen cooperation amid consumers' concerns that they might turn into an OPEC-style cartel. Members of the loose grouping of about a dozen gas producers from around the world, known as the Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF), are planning to sign a joint charter at the meeting. Putin has also called on GECF members to open a headquarters for the organisation in St. Petersburg. "We would be glad to host this organisation in the Russian Federation. We are ready to grant this organisation diplomatic status and to carry all the expenses involved", Putin said at the meeting. The body has been meeting since 2001 but has no formal membership or management. Meanwhile on the sidelines of the forum, Gazprom's Deputy Chairman Alexander Medvedev repeated demands for Ukraine to pay about two (b) billion US dollars for natural gas deliveries over the previous months. Ukraine's President Viktor Yushchenko has said that Ukraine has already paid its debt for the gas consumed in the summer and autumn. But Gazprom said that the payment mentioned by Yushchenko only covered Ukraine's debt through the end of October. "In the international trade you see, either they should pay, or to provide some guarantees that it will be paid. We don't have either payment nor guarantee," Medvedev said on Tuesday. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/00ea25ca18f7a9a1e7b91429cecb819e Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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