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[20 Oct 2019 | Topics: ]

Fifteen people were killed and another six missing after a dam collapsed at an artisanal gold mine in a remote Siberian settlement of Shchetinkino  at dawn on October 19  in the latest deadly accident to hit Russia.

Crime scene by Vesti.ru. Temporary living quarters of gold miners were not designed to withstand mudflood

The Rivers without Boundaries International Coalition since 2008 has been calling on authorities of Russia and Mongolia to follow example of adjacent provinces of Northeast China and phase out placer gold mining in rivers as dangerous, outdated and …

Gobi Groundwater Basins, Greening Silk Road, Mongolian Great Lakes, Solidarity »

[19 Oct 2019 | Topics: ]

The Snowy Mountains Engineering Corporation (SMEC) has been involved in dozens of destructive hydro-engineering projects that caused harm to many local communities in Asia from Mongolia to Laos. Today the RwB Coalition Coordinator Eugene Simonov arrived at Australia to report at the Riversymposium and to help local allies to pressure New South Wales Government to reassess impacts of Warragamba Dam that threatens the the Blue Mountains World Heritage Area. The ABC reporting below.

An international group says in its Submission to NSW Senate company …

Essential Publications, Solidarity »

[15 Oct 2019 | Topics: ]

Conference Proceedings Download here

On October 8-9, 2019, the International Association of River Keepers “Eco-TIRAS” in partnership with the Institute of Zoology and in collaboration with the Faculty of Natural Geography of the Pridnestrovian State University named after TG Shevchenko organized a conference with international participation “The Impact of Hydropower on River Ecosystems”.

Conference Agenda download here.

Recommendations adopted by the Conference:

The conference
was attended by 120 scientists, practitioners and students from Pridnestrovie,
the Republic of Moldova, Romania, Ukraine, Sweden and the Russian Federation.
The reports presented at the conference examined various aspects …