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Siberia: 1/4 of 4

Traditional qamutik (sled) on Cape Dorset. Photo: Ansgar Walk / Wikimedia Commons.

First Americans lived on Beringia for thousands of years

Scott Armstrong Elias

7th March 2014

The ancestors of America's Indians lived in Beringia - the land exposed during the last ice age that is now the Bering Strait - for millennia, genetic studies have determined. Scott Armstrong Elias reports. more...
July 2012 - Filling the reservoir Boguchan HPP.

Siberia: Sold down the river

Margarita Baranova, from Krasnoyarsk, Russia

9th November 2013

The Angara, the only river draining Lake Baikal, might disappear by 2020, as it is progressively dammed for massive hydroelectric schemes designed to aid the development of ... China. more...

Arctic

Ruth Styles

3rd February, 2011

Part travelogue, part lament for a threatened way of life, Ruth Styles says that Bruce Parry’s latest book, Arctic, shows us exactly what we stand to lose if global warming isn’t stopped - today
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I'm dreaming of an orange Christmas...

News

5th February, 2007

Large areas of Siberia experienced a foul-smelling, oily orange snowfall last week, in what is suspected to be a large-scale case of industrial pollution. more...

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