Sevan

German Journalists Presented Environmental Problems in Armenia
16:01 November 13, 2019 | Սևան | Գեղարքունիք | Սյունիք | Վայոց ձոր | Երեւան
EcoLur expert Victoria Burnazyan presented Armenia's environmental challenges to German journalists during the meeting at EcoLur Press Club held on November 6
What Kind of Projects Implemented for Lake Sevan for 2017 and 2018 with Funds Received from Sale of Electricity: Enquiry to TAI Minister
16:24 October 16, 2019 | Սևան | Գեղարքունիք
EcoLur Information NGO has sent an enquiry to the Minister of Territorial Administration and Infrastructure Suren Papikyan to find out what projects have been implemented for Lake Sevan with the funds received from the sale of electricity produced as a result of additional water intake in 2017 and 2018
Blooming of Lake Sevan with Algae Predicted Also for 2020
13:41 October 11, 2019 | Սևան | Գեղարքունիք | Երեւան
Forecasts say that blue algae blooming will be observed in Lake Sevan by 2020. This was stated by the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Armenia Erik Grigoryan at the
Water Intake From Lake Sevan Resumed
12:38 September 26, 2019 | Սևան | Գեղարքունիք
The water intake from Lake Sevan has resumed since September 22. As of that day, 140,524 million cubic meters of water have been released from the lake
Water Intake from Lake Sevan Stopped
18:02 September 19, 2019 | Սևան | Գեղարքունիք
In total, 139,789 million cubic meters of water were released from the lake instead of the planned 170 million cubic meters
Who Benefits from Permitting Industrial Whitefish Fishing in Sevan?
17:43 September 19, 2019 | Սևան | Գեղարքունիք
Bardukh Gabrielyan, Director of Institute of Hydroecology and Ichthyology of National Academy of Sciences, is speaking live about the possible consequences of Sevan's industrial permit for whitefish fishing in Lake Sevan
No Additional Water Intake Carried out from Lake Sevan in 2019
13:28 September 13, 2019 | Սևան | Գեղարքունիք
"I am officially declaring that we will not need additional water intake from Lake Sevan, moreover, at this moment about 30 million cubic meters of water have been saved, out of 170 permissible, compared to 53 million cubic meters last year,"

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