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IMPOSSIBLE TO MEASURE AIR POLLUTION
February 25, 2011 | Air
On February 21 Beijing, capital of China, was covered with thick smoke. This information was disseminated via mignews by the reference to the US Embassy in China which is conducting independent monitoring of air pollution in Beijing. Air pollution has exceeded maximum indicators of measuring devices.
UNDER OFFICIAL DATA AIR IN YEREVAN NORMAL
February 02, 2011 | Air | Yerevan
In 2010 as compared with December 2009, annual monthly density of nitrogen dioxide in atmospheric air has decreased by 3.1 times.
PARADOXES IN NATURE PROTECTION MINISTRY
January 25, 2011 | Air
Nevertheless, the Armenian team having received international recognition which has been dealing with climate change issues for more than 10 years turns out be beheaded.
EACH FIFTH PERSON TO STARVE ON EARTH IN 2020
January 21, 2011 | Air
Scientists have come to a conclusion that already in 2020 emission of greenhouse gases into atmosphere will bring to deficit in food products. As a result each fifth person on the planet will be starving.
GYUMRI AMONG ARMENIA’S DUSTIEST CITIES
January 13, 2011 | Air
Gyumri, Armenia’s second largest city, is one of the dustiest cities in the country, the RA Statistical Service reported, referring to the RA Ministry of Nature Protection.
WEATHER ABNORMALITIES OF 2010
January 10, 2011 | Air
The year 2010 was rich with weather abnormalities. In winter the temperature was above norm by 5-7 degrees whereas sediments were below the norm.
JERMUK BOTCHED MOSQUITO CLEAN-UP COSTS TAXPAYERS MILLIONS
November 23, 2010 | Air
The fact that chlorofos was a banned toxin wasn’t taken into account by the Vayots Dzor authorities and it included in the list of materials to be used in the technical specs, as a condition of the tender bid. Furthermore, in the three documents for the delivery-acceptance of the work, the Regional Authority has considered the project using chlorofos as completed. 2.3 million AMD of chlorofos was purchased; a large expenditure for a banned insecticide.

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