Category Archives: Polar Bears

NATO Support More Than Doubled In Sweden, Comparing To 20 Years Ago, According To Paper The Local!

  Photo: Sveriges.radio.se Source: Anders Östlund; Ukraine/ Sweden

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Same Old Molotov–Ribbendorf Pact Again:(((( Lufthansa Calls Estonians As Russians:(((((

 Photo: Postimees http://tarbija24.postimees.ee/3050549/piltuudis-lufthansa-peab-eesti-elanikke-venelasteks    

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Barents Observer: Alarm Over Kara Sea Permafrost Thawing

Alarm over Kara Sea permafrost thawing Remember the big sinkhole on Yamal Peninsula discovered last summer? Scientists have no discovered leaking methane gas from the shelf west of Yamal. That is where Gazprom will drill. Photo: Barents Observer     http://barentsobserver.com/en/arctic/2015/01/alarm-over-kara-sea-permafrost-thawing-09-01

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Barents Observer: Russian Gazprom Ups Its Oil Production In Yamal, Aims At Chinese Market

  Energy Gazprom ups production in Yamal, aims at Chinese market The company increases production capacity at its Bovanenkovo field to 90 billion cubic meters. The far Arctic gas might soon be sold to China, the company says. http://barentsobserver.com/en/energy/2015/01/gazprom-ups-production-yamal-aims-chinese-market-09-01 Photo: Barents … Continue reading

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Barents News: Oil Experts Statement ” Norway Should Avoid Drilling For Oil Near Russian Border”

Photo: Barents Observer Energy Oil drillers at attention along Russian border ”Norway should abstain from drilling in the areas immediately adjacent to the Russian border”, says Arctic oil expert Johan Petter Barlindhaug. http://barentsobserver.com/en/energy/2015/01/oil-drillers-attention-along-russian-border-08-01 January 08, 2015

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Barents News: Russia Is Training Its Submarines In The Arctic For Later Use In The Black Sea

Photo: Barents News Security Black Sea Fleet submarines in Arctic tests Russia is using the Arctic as training ground for its newest class of diesel-electric submarines built for the Black Sea Fleet. http://barentsobserver.com/en/security/2015/01/black-sea-fleet-submarines-arctic-tests-09-01 January 09, 2015

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Greenpeace:Russia, The World’s Worst Oil Polluter; Russia Spills Oil Into The Arctic Ocean–The Amount Of Seven Deep Horizon Catastrophies —Every Year!

Photo:  Greenpeace International    

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