” The remaining protesters stretched the banner ‘garbage burn and not process’ and have started distributing leaflets to citizens of free and tightly packed samples still clean, no dioxin poisoning the air. Environmentalists chanted ‘Garbage is not burned, and recycle’, ‘No give poison children ‘,’ We want to breathe clean air. ” Recall, Greenpeace Russia and several other environmental organizations are actively opposing the initiative of the Moscow Government to build by 2015 6 incinerators in the city. Problem of disposal of garbage picked up on Friday at the conference ‘Megogoroda’. To partially address the problem of garbage disposal, Moscow Mayor Yuri offered to give up the use of multi-product packaging. According to him, it is necessary to reduce the sources of debris and, above all, to abandon multi-product packaging, as the problem of garbage in large cities now is particularly acute. Investigation of Lake Baikal to resume in June The new stage of the expedition ‘Worlds’ Baikal’ opens in the summer – deep diving manned vehicles will resume June 15.
During the second phase expedition on Lake Baikal in 2009, is scheduled to implement a complete monitoring of Lake Baikal to the decision-making, including legislation, to preserve the unique lake, containing 83% fresh water Russia and 20% of the world. Members the expedition is likely to take part in the work of the Baikal Information Forum, the Baikal Economic Forum and the celebration of the 35 th anniversary of bam. In Seoul hosted the summit of major world cities on a global warming summit of major world cities C40 on climate change ended this week in Seoul, the promise of its members to strengthen measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The summit adopted a declaration which calls on the main capitals of the world to turn them into ‘the city with low carbon dioxide emissions’, which will become an important part of combating the world’s population threatens to global warming. The forum participants committed themselves to actively to seek action at the level of city government to prevent global warming and climate change. Although cities occupy only 2% of the Earth’s surface but account for 80% of all greenhouse gas emissions.