One of the biggest Danish opinion poll institutes (GfK Danmark A/S, before known as "Observa") asked (on my request but got it for free) two questions re the Danes position re nuclear power.
Today Greenpeace Russia launches a campaign for informing the Russian society about companies that use genetically modified sources (GMS) to produce food.
The Ministry of Communications of the Russian Federation published a series of postage stamps devoted to the first in Russia object included in the UNESCO World Heritage List - "The Virgin Komi Forests".
Sergei Petrovich Gavrilov, who helped us to hold Greenpeace traveling photo exhibition in his homeland devoted to victims of radiation catastrophes (Kazan, February 14, 2003), was killed. Here's the text of the obituary published in the "Zvezda...
December 25 leaders of Chelyabinsk ecological and human rights organizations Andrei Talevlin ("Pravosoznanie") and Natalia Mironova ("Movement for Nuclear Safety") gained a victory in the Supreme Court.
December 23, 2003, Moscow. Recently it has become known that the criminal case brought in 2002 by the Irkutsk Federal Security Service (FSB) against the public organization "Baikal Environmental Wave" was closed for the lack of elements of crime.
December 16, 2003 the Ministry of Natural resources sent an order of December 15 "On Introduction of Changes to Staff Specifications of National Parks and State Nature Reserves" to all the reserves and nature parks.
First television channel, December, 18, 12.00
The government of Adygea decided to form a nature park in the territory of the republic.
December 2, 2003, at the meeting of the Russian President Vladimir Putin with business industry executives in the Kremlin a claim was voiced that Russia won't ratify the Kyoto Protocol (KP) on climate change.
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