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DGAP-News Civil society organization 'Green Patrol': Green patrol registered the atmosphere fluctuation of pollutants from Norway to Russia

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Civil society organization 'Green Patrol': Green patrol registered the
atmosphere fluctuation of pollutants from Norway to Russia

14.08.2013 / 15:03


Murmansk, August 14, 2013

Today's round table that has gathered representatives of state power,
social bodies and major industrial enterprises of the Murmansk region, was
the place for the Russian social agency Green patrol to make a show-down of
the results of a complex ecologic expedition '37th meridian. Murmansk
region'. Functionaries of Russian weather service, Ministry of natural
resources and ecology of Murmansk region and Atmosphera scientific research
institute (Saint-Petersburg), WWF, Bellona were invited to take part in the

The expedition was aimed at the analyses of the quality of atmosphere air
at the Russian-Norwegian border, 4 km from the municipal settlement Nickel.
According to Andrey Naguibin, chairman of the board of Green patrol,
'during the expedition we registered the fact of atmosphere fluctuations of
pollutants from Norway to Russian territory. Although the pollutants
concentration were relatively small (0.2-0.3 of the maximum permissible
value), the very fact of the Russian territory pollution by the neighbors
has documental evidence. At the same time, we fixed a reverse movement of
pollutants from Russia to Norway. The pollutants concentration is also
within regular readings. We are glad that our conclusions match the
evaluations of Atmosphera, serious scientific institution. According to
their information, Murmansk region receives from Norway 2.4 times more
nitrogen compounds, than Norway from Murmansk region. The relation with
Finland is 2.8 times more. 74% of nitric substances falling down in
Murmansk region are of foreign origin. Numerically that comprehends 393
Norwegian tons and even more tons from Finland. We may affirm that
trans-border dislocation is responsible for 45% of total pollution in
Murmansk region. Thus, emissions from Poland, Finland, Germany and Norway
are the most hazardous for the atmosphere of the region. In this context,
we repeatedly appeal to Norwegian authorities to organize joint social
ecological monitoring at their territory'.

The participants of the round-table also mentioned the fact of
contamination of the natural reserve river Paz with polymeric tissues
brought to Russia from Finnish territory.

For additional information, go to: www.greenpatrol.ru

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