News

52 Trees Illegally Cut Down
15:53 July 02, 2018 | Պաշտոնական աղբյուրներ | Լոռի
On 29 June, Gugark Division of Police received a report there are 52 trees of different species and diameters cut down in Section 3 of
Around 11 Million AMD Damage Estimated To Be Caused to Environment
13:36 June 29, 2018 | Պաշտոնական աղբյուրներ | Արագածոտն | Գեղարքունիք | Լոռի | Շիրակ | Սյունիք | Տավուշ
RA Nature Protection and Soil Inspection Body detected 12 violations from 18 June to 22 June as a result of their inspections, visits, accepted reports. Administrative proceedings have been carried out in
NGO Requesting Energy Ministry To Provide Information on Company Obligations on Teghout Mine Under Contract Signed with Government
16:46 June 12, 2018 | Լեռնահանքային արդյունաբերություն | Լոռի
'Armenian Women for Health and Healthy Environment' NGO President Yelena Manvelyan has addressed a letter to Arthur Grigoryan, Minister for Energy Infrastructures and Natural Resources, requesting to provide information on the company obligations on Teghout mine under the contract signed with the government. The letter says,
Lori Region Leader in Atmospheric Emissions in Armenia
14:26 May 25, 2018 | Լեռնահանքային արդյունաբերություն | Լոռի
Lori Region is a leader among the regions of Armenia in the amount of atmospheric emissions. According to the data for 2016, 51231.5 tons of harmful substances were emitted into atmosphere from the immobile sources of emission in Lori, out of which no percent

13:02 May 17, 2018 | Լեռնահանքային արդյունաբերություն | Լոռի | Վայոց ձոր
“EcoLur” NGO is highlighting environmental problems and voicing about them for the urgent solution thereto. In her interview with the
Expert: Sorrowful Statistics of Cancer Morbidity in Armenia Not Accidental
13:38 May 10, 2018 | Լեռնահանքային արդյունաբերություն | Լոռի
Sorrowful statistics of cancer morbidity in Armenia is not accidental, where Armenia is a leader in case of a number of cancer diseases – breast cancer, lung cancer, pancreatic cancer etc. It’s beyond any doubt that the pollution

EcoAlarm

Hot Spots


Regions


Subscription

Subscribe to receive our latest news