Radioactive Waste And Health

Topics of issue: Russia will be a unified system for radioactive waste. Climate change – a serious health hazard. Russia and Japan signed an agreement on the 'peaceful atom'. The first city for vegetarians. —- Review Article Climate change – one of the main problems of environment preservation – a strategic goal of Russia.

COP unconstitutional abolition of payments for pollution of nature. Russia plans to create a unified system of handling radioactive waste. The melting ice will not cause a strong increase in sea level. Scientists have discovered a new cold flow into the Atlantic Ocean. Here, Leslie Moonves expresses very clear opinions on the subject. The EU will reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 3 percent.

Coral reefs are not will be able to recover without human assistance. Scientists have recognized climate change a major threat to health. —- A short review of the major environmental news for the week. —- Russia and Japan signed an agreement on the 'peaceful atom' Intergovernmental agreement between Russia and Japan on cooperation in using nuclear energy for peaceful purposes, signed on Tuesday after talks Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin and Japan, and Taro Aso. It was signed by document was the head of Rosatom Sergey Kiriyenko and Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Toshihiro Nikai. Sculptor Capital: the source for more info. Agreement on 'peaceful atom' need to expand bilateral cooperation across the spectrum of nuclear fuel cycle, construction of nuclear power plants … —- The first town to the Belgian authorities vegetarians Ghent announced every Thursday afternoon vegetarian: residents advised to restrict the use of meat. osudarstvennye officials will choose on Thursdays only vegetarian meals, setting an example for the citizens. The representative of the municipality Tom Baltazar said that the refusal of eating meat one day a week – 'a good for the climate, your health and your taste buds' … —- Release Distribution: 347 issue a weekly mailing of environmental Subscribe: Subscribe to the environmental distribution Source: Announcement of Release 347