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Ukrainian Natural Resources: Potential, Threats And Changes
 
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Tamara Kutonova, ecologist and senior international consultant for FAO – the Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN, talks to UATV about natural resources of Ukranian territory, potential threats, climate changes, and Rotterdam Convention. _ Subscribe to UATV English: https://goo.gl/VHU7bk Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UATVEN Twitter: https://twitter.com/UATV_en Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/uatv.en Medium: https://medium.com/@UATV_English Watch UATV live: http://eng.uatv.ua/ #News #Ukraine #Ukrainian #Kiev #Kyiv #Crimea #Europe #EuropeanUnion #EU #UATV #Uatvua #Ecology #Agriculture #ClimateChanges #Climate #RotterdamConvention #NaturalResources #FoodAndAgricultureOrganization #Ecologist #PotentialThreats #Threats #Soil #SoilOfUkraine #Mismanagement
Views: 124 UATV English
Gas Guzzler: US, Kiev after huge natural resources in E.Ukraine
 
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Self-defense forces are on full alert in East Ukraine's newly proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic. The region cut ties with Kiev after a popular vote last Sunday - and activists are expecting a new wave of government crackdown. Tensions are highest in the city of Slavyansk that's been besieged by troops for weeks. Reinstating control over the restive region isn't the only agenda driving Kiev's ongoing offensive - Gayane Chichakyan reports. Read More: http://on.rt.com/x2g1yl RT LIVE http://rt.com/on-air Subscribe to RT! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=RussiaToday Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTnews Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_com Follow us on Instagram http://instagram.com/rt Follow us on Google+ http://plus.google.com/+RT RT (Russia Today) is a global news network broadcasting from Moscow and Washington studios. RT is the first news channel to break the 1 billion YouTube views benchmark.
Views: 26953 RT
Ukraine offers Azerbaijan new markets of energy resources
 
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The constant supplies of Azerbaijani oil via the Odessa - Brody oil pipeline through Ukraine to Belarus for Mozyr oil refinery will be launched today. Secretary Petroleum and Natural Resources Imtiaz Kazi Saturday said the international tenders for supply and building Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) terminal would be issued in two weeks.
Views: 697 TheMarinewaves
Ukraine’s Potential
 
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Despite a highly educated and skilled workforce and natural resources, Ukraine continues to struggle with sustained economic growth.
Views: 94 Carnegie Endowment
Why Ukraine is trapped in endless conflict
 
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The ceasefire is completely ignored. Correction: In a previous version, the Russian Empire at 2:31 did not include Finland and northern Kazakhstan and at 2:34 the map mistakenly depicted the Warsaw Pact members, not the Soviet Union. At 2:03 the Minsk II agreement refers to the separatist enclaves as "certain areas of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions of Ukraine" not the DPR and LPR. Sources: Russian Empire: https://www.loc.gov/item/2015591079/ Soviet Union: https://www.loc.gov/resource/g7001f.ct001572/ Watch Vox Atlas, videos about conflicts around the world and their origins: http://bit.ly/2FOW52x Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO The present conflict in Ukraine started in 2014. Today, there are 100,000 fighters stationed in the country, making it one of the most heavily militarized regions in the world. In Ukraine's east, Ukrainian forces are engaged in a struggle with Russian-backed separatists. A ceasefire was called in 2015, with a security zone established that was meant to foster peace. However, today the security zone remains one of the most violent places in the Ukraine. With over 10,000 deaths to date, and over 1.5 million civilians displaced, the cost of ignoring the ceasefire continues to mount by the day. And both sides are still building up their forces. To truly understand the international conflicts and trends shaping our world you need a big-picture view. Video journalist Sam Ellis uses maps to tell these stories and chart their effects on foreign policy. Vox.com is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out http://www.vox.com. Watch our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/IZONyE Follow Vox on Facebook: http://goo.gl/U2g06o Or Twitter: http://goo.gl/XFrZ5H
Views: 1798427 Vox
Ukraine: Puppets - Travel Kids in Europe
 
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These puppets know how to move! Discover the world with Travel Kids!
Views: 30100 Travel Kids
Ukraine's Lookout for New Gas Resource
 
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CCTV correspondent Michal Bardavid reports on Ukraine's lookout for new gas resource after Russian President Vladimir Putin said he would cut natural gas supplies to Ukraine.
Views: 52 CGTN America
Every Drop Matters Video
 
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Projects "Every Drop Matters" and Municipal Governance and Sustainable Development Programme of United Nations Development Programme present 11-minute video, which draws attention to rational attitude to water resources of the planet. The video was produced in context of the joint Project of UNDP and Coca-Cola company in Ukraine "Every Drop Matters". UNDP in Ukraine and Coca-Cola company under support of TM "BonAqua" jointly implement the Project "Every Drop Matters" in order to support: a) rehabilitation and protection of natural water springs; b) facilitate self-organisation through joint actions; c) raise awareness among youth on rational attitude to water resources; In 2011-2012 the Project "Every Drop Matters" was implemented in partner municipalities by UNDP Project "Municipal Governance and Sustainable Development Programme". In 2011 the Project supported implementation of 6 community projects for rehabilitation of natural water springs in 5 partner municipalities -- Ivano-Frankivsk, Novograd-Volynskiy (Zhytomyr Region), Rivne, Tulchyn (Vinnytsia Region). The trainings on rational water usage was held in context of the project in order to raise socially responsible behaviour of the youth to environment and personal responsibility for nature and water resources. Also, local communities rehabilitated the water springs with their own efforts. Project implementation experience revealed that it is necessary to draw attention of wide public to problem of limited water resources. A citizen of Ukrainian city on average uses from three hundred to three hundred and thirty litres of water per day. Out of which 60 litres is used for washing the dishes, at least sixty more litres for taking a shower, forty five litres -- for laundry and fifteen litres for cooking. The same amount flows out through loosely closed taps, leaking sinks, showers, taps and toilets. However, everyone can treat this natural treasure rationally. If you half the time, spent in a shower, the water consumption of a family will reduce to 90 litres per day. If you close a tap whilst brushing your teeth, you will save up to 15 litres of water per day. Another way to rationally save water is to wash the dishes in a water-filled sink or in a dishwasher using environmentally friendly household cleaning products. The key message of the video is that water resources in Ukraine and the world are limited and need rational attitude. Each person can contribute to preserving water resources. The communities can rehabilitate natural water springs and provide water to thousands of local residents. The shooting of the video was done in Rivne municipality during the training for the teachers and construction works for spring rehabilitation and in Novograd-Volynskiy during the training for schoolchildren. Also, the video contains and interview with Ricarda Rieger, UNDP Country Director in Ukraine and Olesya Zhylynska, Media Director of Coca-Cola LTD and representatives of local communities. The video was produced by TTB Studio.
Views: 1558 UNDP Ukraine
National Parks of Ukraine: Encoded Identity
 
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There are as many as 86 national parks in Ukraine. Different flora, fauna, landscapes and water resources make each park totally unique. But visitors often miss the key attractions because they don’t know what they’re looking out for and don’t understand the uniqueness of each park and what they have to offer. So how could we design a logo which indicates all these key features in a way which everyone can relate to and gives every park its own identity under the same graphic umbrella? We realised a single logo with each park’s name below wouldn’t be enough. So we set about creating a unique one for each park, built using elements that represent a natural feature within that park…and united by a graphic look that all Ukrainians could relate to – our iconic traditional embroidery. Because really, nature is the fabric of all the elements of each park. Now, just by looking at one of the park’s logo, it is like you are taking a look inside the park itself.
UNDP Ukraine Water Resources
 
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The country has seven major river basins. All of them discharge into the Black Sea except the the Northern Bug, which flows towards the Baltic Sea. The Danube River contributes almost 80 percent of inflow to transboundary rivers. Resources are unevenly distributed throughout the country. Some areas experience water shortages. There are about 3,000 natural lakes in Ukraine, with a total area of 2,000 square kilometres. The largest freshwater lakes have an approximate area of 50 square kilometres and are located in the central and southern parts of the country. In addition, there are about 12,000 square kilometres of swamp (peat soil) in the north.
Ukraine: just the way it is
 
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This video shows Ukraine in all its facets. On the one hand, the country is incredibly rich in natural resources and beauty, with booming cities and a flourishing culture. On the other hand, the tragic history of the Ukrainian people continues to this day. We have to keep fighting for our independence, our freedom and our future. Ukrainians are giving their lives for the same values that other Europeans receive at birth and take for granted. We got rid of our oligarchic tyrants – but they were replaced by new oligarchs; we fought for our integrety and sovereignty – but our government couldn't defend it; the whole world watches as we struggle against our aggressive neighbour. There is no doubt that we will win. We have our faces turned towards the West, and this time we will not allow ourselves to go astray. We are grateful to everyone who participated in the creation of the video: Prylutskyi Oleg Oleg Finger Yuriy Yakymets Anton Borodavka Marian Kushnir www.skyandmethod.com www.skycap.ua www.aircam.com.ua ЯрмаК/Yarmak Music: Chut on vous ecoute - From High to I Ukrainian folk song - "Oh there at the top" (Played by folk-ethnographic ensemble "Yavoryna") Our initiative is called Voor en Verder? We will represent Ukraine in the Netherlands from 29 March to 6 April. Feel free invite us to any events, conferences, debates in NL. [email protected]
Views: 2709 Salyar Ali
Why invest in Ukraine?
 
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http://www.farming.in.ua Why invest in Ukraine? Huge, level fields 70% arable land High soil fertility Close to markets Widely-developed transport infrastructure Minimal purchasing costs Country with huge natural resources BUT old machinery Poor technology & Management Foreign investment is needed to develop the sector We are here to serve you!
Views: 2510 FarmUkraine
Amazing Ukraine - Open for Ecotourism
 
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Ecotourism is popular in the world. Unique natural resources, scenic rivers, dense forests and millennial mighty mountains - only a part of all that we can show. New amazing web portal about Ukraine and its culture, tradition and best places will be launched soon. Stay tuned and check - http://amazingukraine.today/
Views: 67 Amazing Ukraine
Universities in ukraine Part 3
 
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Universities in Ukraine WhatsApp+380688378143 Kyiv State Academy of sea and river transport Kyiv Polytechnical Institute" National University of Physical Training and Sport National University of Food Technologies State Academy Of Statistics, Accounting And Audit NationalTransport University Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University Kyiv National Academy of Constructions and Architecture National Aviation University National Agrarian University Kyiv National Economic University Kyiv National Linguistic University National University of Art Wisconsin International University Ukraine Bohomolets Medical University Kyiv State University of Technology and Design National P.I.Tchaikovsky Musical Academy Kyiv State I.K.Karpenko-Kary Institute of Theatrical Art National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy State University of Communication National Academy of Fine Arts and Architecture State Economic - technological Transport University Kyiv National University of Trade and Economics Dragomanov National Pedagogical University Taras Shevchenko National University of Pharmacy Kharkiv State Medical University Kharkiv National aerospace university Kharkiv National Road-Transport University Kharkiv State Academy Of Railway Transport Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronics Kharkiv State Technical University Of Agriculture Kharkiv State Institute Of Physical Culture Kharkiv State University of Food Technology and Trade Kharkiv State Technical University of Construction and Architecture Kharkiv I.P.Kotlyarevsky Institute Of Arts Kharkiv State Zooveterinary Academy The Kharkov State Academy of Design and Arts Kharkiv National Municipal Services Academy Kharkiv polytechnical Institute" Academy of Civil Defence of Ukraine Kharkiv Karazin National University Dnipropetrovsk Conservatory Dnipropetrovsk Physical Culture And Sports Dnipropetrovsk State Agrarian University State Academy Of Civil Engineering And Architecture Dnipropetrovsk technical university of railway transport National Metallurgical Academy of Ukraine Dnipropetrovsk technical university Ukrainian State University Of Chemical Engineering Dnepropetrovsk State University National mining university Dnipropetrovsk State Medical Academy Dnipropetrovsk State Financial Academy Ukrainian Academy of Customs Odessa National Academy of Telecommunications Odessa State Medical University Odessa State Polytechnic University Odessa State Economics University Odesa State Institute Of Measurement Technology Odesa State Agrarian University Odessa State Maritime University Odesa State I.I.Mechnikov University Odesa State Music Academy named after Nezhdanova Odesa National Maritime Academy Odesa State Academy of Food Technologies Odessa State Environmental University Odesa state academy of refrigeration Odesa state academy of civil engineering and architecture South Ukrainian State Pedagogical University Zaporozhia State Engineering Academy Zaporizhzhya National Technical University Zaporizhzhya National University Zaporozhia Medical University Lviv State Agricultural university Lviv State University of Safety Lviv State Ivan Franco University Lviv Music Academy National University "Lviv Polytechnics" Lviv National Academy of Art Lviv Danylo Halytsky Lviv State Medical University Uukrainian state technical university of forestry Ukrainian Academy of printing Lviv Gzhytsky Academy of Veterinary medicine Vinnytsya State Pedagogical University Vinnytsia Institute of Trade and Economics Vinnytsya state technical university Vinnytsia State Medical University Poltava State Pedagogical University Kremenchuk State Polytechnical University Poltava National Agrarian Academy Poltava national technical university Cherkasy State Technological University Cherkasy State Bogdan Khmelnytsky University Chernigiv State Technological University Chernigiv State Pedagogical University Sumy National Agrarian University Sumy State University Zhytomyr engineering technological institute Kirovograd Technical University Kirovograd Pedagogical University State Air Academy of Ukraine Kirovograd State Agrarian and Engineering University in Podilya Khmelnytsky national university Chernivtsi state Y.Fedkovytch university Bukovinian State Medical University Rivne State Humanities University Ostroh Academy National University National University of Water management and Nature resources Precarpathian Vasyl Stefanyk university Ivano-Frankivsk Ivano-Frankivsk State Medical Academy Ivano-Frankivsk university of oil and gas Ternopil State Technical University Ternopil State Medical University Volyn state Lesya Ukrainka university Lutsk State Technical University Uzhgorod National University
New Ukraine 2015: Energy Independence of Ukraine
 
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New Ukraine 2015: Energy Independence of Ukraine Moderator: Richard Spinks Speakers: Alastair McBain, Andrey Chubatenko, Yuriy Vitrenko, Vitaliy Volynets. From Forest to Fuel. A major contribution towards achieving energy independence for Ukraine. Richard Spinks about Forestry Supply Chain: - Ukraine: largest producer and exporter of wood chip for MDF manufacturing. - Turkey: leading supplier of raw material for MDF manufacturers. Spain: wood chip for MDF manufacturing sourcing and shipping operations. - United Kingdom: plc headquarters, finance and operations, R&D for new biomass for energy fuel technologies. - Canada: forestry and natural resources development joint venture. Richard is talking about transforming Ukrainian forests into Ukrainian Power; improving existing forestry stewardship, optimizing value of timber assets, developing On-Site Processing Facilities. Talking about utilizing waste wood to generate energy, talks about plans to construct Network of Biomass Power Stations. Richard is talking about increasing GDP and Government revenues, developing a Ukrainian Renewable Energy Industry, reduce reliance on imported coal and gas. Alastar McBain: about Ukraine oil and gas industry in the FSU context. Talking about Vitol – energy and commodities company, physical trading, logistics and distribution. Vitol – refining, terminals, marketing, E&P Power. Ukraine E&P industry – Arawak activity. Hydrocarbon production growth 2001-2012. The Ukraine Energy opportunity: “Proactive investment in the oil and gas industry can be stimulated through reform of legal and regulatory environment and market environment”. Ukraine gas market vs UK: consumption, supply, sales volumes. Andrey Chubatenko about reforms, stimulating verticaly integrated companies, energy security, sustainability, competitiveness and independence, stimulating local gas production in Ukraine. Yuriy Vitrenko: gas independence on macrolevel, about developing efficient market, energy efficiency, about focus on household segments, fighting corruption. Ukraine focused on hydropower generation, wind, biomass. The official website of our events is: http://newukraineevents.com/
Nature & life in Ukraine. UNDP GEF. Small Grants Programme
 
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Site: https://sgp.undp.org/ Relax film. Life and nature of the country. Other interesting plans and interesting people. UNDP GEF. Small Grants Programme. Kyiv 2015 Filming by: Dmitriy Demishev Bohdan Kalchenko Vladislav Karetnik Music & film editing by: Bohdan Kalchenko #music #nature #life #Ukraine #UNDP #ukrainenature #beatifullvideo
Views: 404 Sapient Channel
Pipe Dream: No quick energy-fix if EU plugs Russian gas pipelines
 
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America and the EU's top diplomats met today to brainstorm over how to break Europe's dependence on Russian energy. There were few concrete solutions, though the US again offered to ship US gas across the Atlantic. But as RT's Peter Oliver reports, that's easier said than done. RT LIVE http://rt.com/on-air Subscribe to RT! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=RussiaToday Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTnews Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_com Follow us on Instagram http://instagram.com/rt Follow us on Google+ http://plus.google.com/+RT RT (Russia Today) is a global news network broadcasting from Moscow and Washington studios. RT is the first news channel to break the 1 billion YouTube views benchmark.
Views: 26770 RT
Every Drop Matters 8 Ukraine
 
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Ukraine has scarce water resources and access to safe drinking water is increasingly becoming a development challenge. The reason for this is that the deteriorated national water purification system that was designed and constructed around 50 years ago no longer has the capacity to purify the water. This worsens the quality of drinking water, and basically leads to limited access to safe drinking water. People have the option of securing safe drinking water either by purchasing bottled water, purchasing household purification equipment or by using water from natural springs. The majority of Ukrainians can't afford to buy bottled water, which basically limits their access to safe water. Therefore, the usage of natural springs, if available, could be one of the solutions to this challenge. Size/debit of the natural springs do not allow their inclusion within the national water supply system. Historically, the natural springs were often the center of social life in communities, and have the potential to become a strong instrument for community mobilization as well as for progress self-dignity and environmental awareness among local communities and youth. What is the objective? The immediate development impact of the project rests on the increased access of local communities to natural springs, and in some cases to safe drinking water. The long-term development impact will be on changing community members' perceptions on water management and preservation through conducting training on water management as envisaged in the educational component of the project. Part of the development impact will also be on changing community members' mentality in regard to social solidarity and community mobilization by involving them in partnership community projects on rehabilitation of springs and surrounding areas. In addition, the project applies a partnership approach by bringing together local authorities, community members, school children and students to join efforts in preserving and protecting natural water resources and environment.
Views: 247 kayipkitamu
Ukraine and Natural Gas
 
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Europe gets about one-third of its energy needs from Russia. Much of it moved through natural gas pipelines in Ukraine. So the stand-off between Russia and Ukraine is being closely watched by nat gas traders here in the U.S. Kate Kelly talked with some of the traders in Texas about price volatility in the U.S. market and how tough it is to make the right call on natural gas.
Views: 522 NBRbizrpt
6th Kyiv Security Forum  Debates - Natural resources and the future - confrontation or cooperation
 
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The Kyiv Security Forum, initiated be Arseniy Yatsenyuk Open Ukraine Foundation is an annual event to discuss the current issues of European security and a platform for representatives of regional and global organizations along with government and independent experts to debate and discuss solutions to both soft and hard European security issues, including regional conflicts, illegal migration, energy security, organized crime, refugees, border management, corruption, terrorism, nuclear and conventional weapons proliferation, human trafficking, etc. More details: ksf.openukraine.org
Views: 122 Open Ukraine
Russia steals coal from the occupied territories of eastern Ukraine: OSCE observers.
 
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Russia continues to steal coal from the occupied territories of eastern Ukraine. OSCE observing mission reports numerous empty trucks entering the occupied regions of eastern Ukraine every day and returning back to Russia loaded with coal. Since the south-eastern border with Russia is not controlled by Ukraine, Russia can do whatever it wants on the occupied territories: it is stealing Ukraine’s natural resources, disassembling and relocating factories, etc. There are basically no moral limits for the nation called Russians.
Views: 372 NewsFromUkraine
Echoes of the cosmic catastrophe, Ukraine.
 
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Unidentified objects formed from shock impact cosmogenic origin on the ground. Impact craters, explosion-wave depression, major depression formed from high-altitude detonation of unconsolidated space body shell components. Geomorphological changes in the terrain after the high-altitude detonation friable components of the cosmic body. Between Cherkassy and Vinnitsa regions. Ivanhorod, Chortoryia, Hraniv villages, Ukraine. The field of impact craters in natural boundary Levada G+ community "Meteorite craters in Ukraine" Additional materials: 1. Georeferenced photos (Panoramio is closing. Sad) http://www.panoramio.com/user/4489793?comment_page=1&photo_page=3 http://www.panoramio.com/user/4489793?show=all 2. G+ community «Meteorite craters in Ukraine» https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/116619469559538795251 3. Methods of interactive search meteorite craters using free software and a variety of Internet resources (Ukrainian) https://plus.google.com/102115177477233059292/posts/K68BHnNxF2e 4. Field exploration pdf file https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BxPlTWyNQv0oSzlMRWI4Q3JVR1U 5. Part 1 - Field exploration in the natural boundary «Levada», Ukraine - Landsat on AWS App V2.0 Ivanhorod - Chortoryia - Hraniv field of impact craters https://youtu.be/lPL2QjjIsNk 6. Part 2 - Field exploration in the natural boundary «Levada», Ukraine, 8/15/2016 https://youtu.be/m2URuvNvLfA 7. Part 3 - Field exploration in the natural boundary «Levada»", Ukraine, 04\01\2017 https://youtu.be/dNR1_ySRqS4 8. On-line demonstration ArcGIS project Ivanhorod - Chortoryia - Hraniv The field of impact craters, Ukraine http://arcg.is/2bCtAXS
Views: 63 Valery Latuha
Welcome to My Video-Channel About Ukraine and Nature! (ENGLISH +RUS)
 
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ВИДЕО LINK = http://youtu.be/gDrJ-7kEBlA Hello friends, I am Viktor Fursov (Victor Fursov), I am researcher, scientist, entomologist, zoologist, biologist, beekeeper, insects lover, English language teacher, photographer, video-blogger, traveller and I a love many other things! YOU ARE REALLY WELCOME to this My Video-Channel about nature, Insects, Entomology, beekeeping, English language, English lessons, English Teachers, English teaching on-line methods, interviews with interesting people, Toastmasters English speaking Clubs, Travels, - from Ukraine, Kiev, and other cities and countries, and many more topics - I Am Already On youTube! Welcome to My Channel On YouTube! RECORDED: 05.09.2014 Kiev, the capital of Ukraine. Здравствуйте, друзья, я Виктор Фурсов, хочу представить Вам свой Видео-Канал. Я - ученый, энтомолог, зоолог, биолог, пчеловод, исследователь насекомых, преподаватель английского языка, член клубов английского языка Toastmasters Ukraine, фотограф, видео-блоггер, и кроме того, мне нравится и многие другие интересные вещи! Добро пожаловать в этот Мое видео-канал о природе, насекомых, энтомологии, пчеловодстве, английском языке, уроках английского, о методах преподавания английского языка, о изучение английского в Интернете, о интервью с интересными людьми, о путешествиях, - а также о Украине, Киеве и других городах и странах, и многие других темах - Я уже на Youtube! Добро пожаловать на мой канал на Youtube! ЗАПИСАНО: 05.09.2014 Киев, столица Украины. WELCOME TO SUBSCRIBE, click on LIKE, write your COMMENTS and SHARE. MY VIDEO CHANNEL = http://www.youtube.com/user/DrViktorFursov ПОДПИСЫВАЙТЕСЬ НА КАНАЛ, СТАВЬТЕ ЛАЙКИ и ПИШИТЕ КОММЕНТАРИИ и ДЕЛИТЕСЬ ССЫЛКАМИ НА МОЕ ОРИГИНАЛЬНОЕ ВИДЕО! ВСЕ ЭТО ПОМОГАЕТ РАЗВИВАТЬ И УЛУЧШАТЬ МОЙ КАНАЛ!!!!! MY VIDEO CHANNEL = http://www.youtube.com/user/DrViktorFursov ВИДЕО ЛИНК = http://youtu.be/gDrJ-7kEBlA
Part 3 - Field exploration in the natural boundary «Levada», Ukraine 01.04.2017
 
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Two large the impact structures - "Levada" and ""Bumblebee Nest" and the field of impact craters between the villages Sychivka-Ivangorod-Chortoryia in the natural boundary «Levada». Date field exploration 8/15/2016. Uman region, Ukraine. Additional materials: 1. Georeferenced photos (Panoramio is closing. Sad) http://www.panoramio.com/user/4489793?comment_page=1&photo_page=3 http://www.panoramio.com/user/4489793?show=all 2. G+ community «Meteorite craters in Ukraine» https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/116619469559538795251 3. Methods of interactive search meteorite craters using free software and a variety of Internet resources (Ukrainian) https://plus.google.com/102115177477233059292/posts/K68BHnNxF2e 4. Field exploration pdf file https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BxPlTWyNQv0oSzlMRWI4Q3JVR1U 5. First video - Landsat on AWS App V2.0 Ivanhorod - Chortoryia - Hraniv field of impact craters https://youtu.be/lPL2QjjIsNk 6. Second video "Part 2 - Field exploration in the natural boundary «Levada»" 7. On-line demonstration ArcGIS project Ivanhorod - Chortoryia - Hraniv The field of impact craters, Ukraine http://arcg.is/2bCtAXS
Views: 56 Valery Latuha
U.S.: Russia uses energy supplies 'to control Ukraine'
 
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설명AIt's time to check on stories making headlines on the global front... from the deepening crisis in Ukraine ... to another major earthquake striking South America... we go live to our Paul Yi at the News Center. Paul, let's start with Ukraine. It looks like Russian President Vladimir Putin has stirred up the pot once again. That's right, Jihae. This time Putin is threatening to cut off gas deliveries to the country, in a move that the U.S. is calling a tool of coercion. This, as NATO says Russia has deployed tens of thousands of troops on the eastern Ukrainian border. Our Connie Kim reports. The United States was quick to respond to Russian President Vladimir Putin's warning that Moscow may cut its gas supply to Ukraine. It has accused Russia of trying to take control of Ukraine using its natural resources as a leverage point. "We condemn Russia's efforts to use energy as a tool of coercion against Ukraine. Ukraine is now paying $485, a price clearly not set by market forces and well above the average price paid by EU members." The State Department spokesperson also added that Washington is encouraging Ukraine and its Western border allies to prepare to reverse natural gas flows in the pipeline so that Kiev has access to additional gas supplies if needed. Putin's warning came after Kiev missed a deadline to pay its two-point-two billion U.S. dollar gas debt. In a letter to 18 European countries...Putin said gas giant Gazprom will be "compelled" to require that Ukraine make up-front payments,... and that if the back payments are not made... the gas tycoon could "completely or partially cease gas deliveries" as a last resort. Moscow's threat is worrying for European countries, as pipelines transiting Kiev carry Russian gas to several European Union countries including Germany,... the largest Russian gas consumer. Meanwhile,... NATO released satellite images of the eastern Ukrainian border in late March and early April. They showed that some 40-thousand Russian troops were deployed along with warplanes and helicopters. An official from NATO says this is a capable force that is ready to quickly move into Ukraine with orders. The revelations of the pictures come before top diplomats from the U.S., Russia, and Europe are set to gather for a ministerial-level meeting next week. Connie Kim, Arirang News.
Views: 373 ARIRANG NEWS
Romania Energy Independence: Romania is moving away from Russian gas supplies
 
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Romania has announced that it is moving away from Russian gas. The country is working to rely on its own gas resources in an attempt to completely free itself of natural gas imports from Russia. Starting in April, Romania hopes import no gas from Russia for several months. Meanwhile, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria are reportedly close to signing a memorandum on the construction of a new pipeline called Eastring in a move designed to diversify Europe's gas supply infrastructure. Slovak gas pipeline operator Eustream said the pipeline would help Europe wean itself off its dependence on Russian gas. Check out our website: http://uatoday.tv Facebook: https://facebook.com/uatodaytv Twitter: https://twitter.com/uatodaytv
Views: 2864 UKRAINE TODAY
U.S.: Russia uses energy supplies 'to control Ukraine'
 
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Russian President Vladimir Putin has stirred up the pot in Ukraine once again, this time by threatening to cut off gas deliveries to the country. This, as NATO says Russia has deployed tens of thousands of troops on the eastern Ukrainian border. Connie Kim reports. The United States was quick to respond to Russian President Vladimir Putin's warning that Moscow may cut its gas supply to Ukraine. It has accused Russia of trying to take control of Ukraine using its natural resources as a leverage point. "We condemn Russia's efforts to use energy as a tool of coercion against Ukraine. Ukraine is now paying $485, a price clearly not set by market forces and well above the average price paid by EU members." The State Department spokesperson also added that Washington is encouraging Ukraine and its Western border allies to prepare to reverse natural gas flows in the pipeline so that Kiev has access to additional gas supplies if needed. Putin's warning came after Kiev missed a deadline to pay its two-point-two billion U.S. dollar gas debt. In a letter to 18 European countries...Putin said gas giant Gazprom will be "compelled" to require that Ukraine make up-front payments,... and that if the back payments are not made... the gas tycoon could "completely or partially cease gas deliveries" as a last resort. Moscow's threat is worrying for European countries, as pipelines transiting Kiev carry Russian gas to several European Union countries including Germany,... the largest Russian gas consumer. Meanwhile,... NATO released satellite images of the eastern Ukrainian border in late March and early April. They showed that some 40-thousand Russian troops were deployed along with warplanes and helicopters. An official from NATO says this is a capable force that is ready to quickly move into Ukraine with orders. The revelations of the pictures come before top diplomats from the U.S., Russia, and Europe are set to gather for a ministerial-level meeting next week. Connie Kim, Arirang News.
Views: 995 ARIRANG NEWS
Early spring. Dvorichanskiy National Park. НПП Двуречанский. Music by Shigeru Umebayashi
 
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Dvorichanskiy National Park is situated in the north-east of the Kharkiv region of Ukraine. Its total area equals 3131.2 hectares. The park is managed by the Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources of Ukraine. Many species living in the park area are absolutely unique and can only be found here. They have been around since prehistoric times and have witnessed the geological eras of the past. Dvorichanskiy National Park is a very young environmental establishment. It was created by President of Ukraine Viktor Iushenko's decree on the 11th December 2009. A lot of preparatory work had been done before the park was created. It had been conducted due to the initiative of professor Viktor Tokarskiy from the Zoology and Ecology Department of Karazin Kharkiv National University. This project was supported by Mr. Arsen Avakov, head of Kharkiv Regional Administration. Mr. Zrozhevskiy, who at the time was the head of Dvorichanskiy District Council, put a lot of effort into creating the Dvorichanskiy National Park. The aim of creating the Dvorichanskiy National Park was saving chalky flora and fauna, which are unique for Ukraine. The area of the park is a 5-kilometre wide and 19-kilometre long strip of land, stretching along the Oskol river. There is a range of terrain on this land, including ravines with or without trees, chalky spots, chalky plains, Oskol floodplain, small woods and meadows on the left bank of the river. These terraces, ravines, neighbouring parts of chalky and bush-covered steppes have great biological value. On the area of the park there are 37 species of plants that need to be protected. 22 of these are unique to this particular area, 30 have been included in the Red Book of Endangered Species of Ukraine. These chalky lands are home to specific fauna, vertebrate and invertebrate species living in the steppes, on steep slopes and rocky terrains. There are about 150 species of insects, 55 of which are connected with predominant plant species. Research of birds living in chalk-rich areas showed that the bird species range was close to the kind living in the elevated or mountaneous areas. There are some rare species of daytime predators, including those which have been included in the Red Book of Endangered Species of Ukraine: booted eagle (Hieraaetus pennatus Gm.) (the lighter kind), white-tailed eagle (Haliaetus albicilla L.), Montagu's harrier (Circus pygargus L. ) Other species typical to these chalky lands include such mammals as bobak marmot (Marmota bobak Mull.), steppe polecat (Mustella eversmanni Lesson), the Great Jerboa (Allactaga major (Kerr.), the greater mole-rat (Spalax microphthalmus Güld.) and such reptiles as steppe viper (Vipera renardi Bonaparte) and smooth snake (Coronella austriaca Laurenti) both of which are endangered species. Green Video Music Just nature and music We invite composers, musicians, sponsors, advertisers, national parks and nature reserves to cooperation. Together we will be able to save, protect and preserve our nature! Valeriy Lovchinovskiy [email protected] Green Video® MBGVM 0539-1GV-7GVM
Views: 8652 Green Video
C4news Malcolm Rifkind on Ukraine: Alexander Nekrassov, James Jeffrey, Anne Applebaum
 
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Former Conservative foreign secretary Sir Malcolm Rifkind said the situation was the "most serious crisis since the end of the Cold War". http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-26404584 "This needs to be a defining moment and Putin needs to understand this... in the West's relationship with Russia," he said. A former British ambassador to Moscow, Sir Tony Brenton, said Mr Hague must "damp down" the tension between Russia and Ukraine. He said: "[President Putin] has just seen his man, in effect, [Viktor] Yanukovych, overthrown by what he sees as a Western instigated revolt. He [Putin] is determined to maintain Russian influence in Ukraine as a whole, and he has now taken Crimea... hostage." Former British ambassador to Moscow, Sir Tony Brenton, says Crimea has been "taken hostage" by President Putin Labour leader Ed Miliband said there could be "no justification" for Russian military action in Ukraine. "I believe diplomatic and economic pressure we can put on Russia is the best hope we can have for what everyone wants to see, which is the de-escalation of this crisis," he said. The Coup in Ukraine - Obama's Dumbest Plan Yet by MIKE WHITNEY http://www.counterpunch.org/2014/02/28/obamas-dumbest-plan-yet/ "Washington and Brussels ... used a Nazi coup, carried out by insurgents, terrorists and politicians of Euromaidan to serve the geopolitical interests of the West." -- Natalia Vitrenko, The Progressive Socialist Party of Ukraine The United States helped defeat Nazism in World War 2. Obama helped bring it back. As you probably know by now, Obama and Co. have ousted Ukraine's democratically-elected president, Viktor Yanukovych, with the help of ultra-right, paramilitary, neo-Nazi gangs who seized and burned government offices, killed riot police, and spread mayhem and terror across the country. These are America's new allies in the Great Game, the grand plan to "pivot to Asia" by pushing further eastward, toppling peaceful governments, securing vital pipeline corridors, accessing scarce oil and natural gas reserves and dismantling the Russian Federation consistent with the strategy proposed by geopolitical mastermind, Zbigniew Brzezinski. Brzezinski's magnum opus--"The Grand Chessboard: American Primacy and it's Geostrategic Imperatives" has become the Mein Kampf for aspiring western imperialists. It provides the basic blueprint for establishing US military-political-economic hegemony in the century's most promising and prosperous region, Asia. In an article in Foreign Affairs Brzezinski laid out his ideas about neutralizing Russia by splitting the country into smaller parts, thus, allowing the US to maintain its dominant role in the region without threat of challenge or interference. Here's an excerpt from the article: "Given (Russia's) size and diversity, a decentralized political system and free-market economics would be most likely to unleash the creative potential of the Russian people and Russia's vast natural resources. A loosely confederated Russia — composed of a European Russia, a Siberian Republic, and a Far Eastern Republic — would also find it easier to cultivate closer economic relations with its neighbors. Each of the confederated entitles would be able to tap its local creative potential, stifled for centuries by Moscow's heavy bureaucratic hand. In turn, a decentralized Russia would be less susceptible to imperial mobilization." (Zbigniew Brzezinski,"A Geostrategy for Eurasia") Moscow is keenly aware of Washington's divide and conquer strategy, but has downplayed the issue in order to avoid a confrontation. The US-backed coup in Ukraine means that that option is no longer feasible. Russia will have to respond to a provocation that threatens both its security and vital interests. Moscow is keenly aware of Washington's divide and conquer strategy, but has downplayed the issue in order to avoid a confrontation. The US-backed coup in Ukraine means that that option is no longer feasible. Russia will have to respond to a provocation that threatens both its security and vital interests. Early reports suggest that Putin has already mobilized troops to the East and --according to Reuters "put fighter jets along its western borders on combat alert." Here's more from Reuters: "The United States says any Russian military action would be a grave mistake. But Russia's foreign ministry said in a statement that Moscow would defend the rights of its compatriots and react without compromise to any violation of those rights." (Reuters) There's going to be a confrontation, it's just a matter of whether the fighting will escalate or not. In order to topple Yanukovych, the US had to tacitly support fanatical groups of neo-Nazi thugs and anti-Semites. http://www.counterpunch.org/2014/02/28/obamas-dumbest-plan-yet/
Views: 1128 PublicEnquiry
Attack Russia via Ukraine before the US economy collapses
 
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The clock is ticking for the collapse of the Western financial system. Its only chance of survival is to seize control of Russia, steal its vast natural resources and eliminate its geo-political resistance. In 2014-2015 one of these two scenarios will inevitably unfold: 1. Regime change in Russia (by war, terrorism or infiltration) to bring to power a new authority, whom the Western politicians and media will call "pro-Western", "democratic", "restoring Russia from its isolation", etc., or: 2. Collapse of the Western economy, in particular the United States of America, when the BRICS countries finally pull the plug on their financing of the US government. Evgeny Fedorov, a deputy in the Russian parliament, and coordinator of the People's Liberation Movement, explains the role of Ukraine as a platform for launching an attack on Russia and the "contest" which is being conducted by the US to identify candidates with the right credentials for the post of President of Ukraine, which principally means enthusiasm to attack Russia, with nuclear weapons if necessary. English subtitles. Russian original: http://poznavatelnoe.tv/fedorov_bomba_timoshenko Daily news & analysis on Ukraine-Russia: http://fortruss.blogspot.com/ http://niqnaq.wordpress.com/ http://russia-insider.com/ http://vineyardsaker.blogspot.com/ http://www.youtube.com/user/ygfront/videos?view=0&sort=dd
Views: 4354 New Insight
III LVIV ECO FORUM Water&Energy
 
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http://eco-forum-lviv.com.ua III LVIV ECO FORUM Water&Energy Lviv Eco Forum is one of the most actual and effective events in Ukraine in the field of water preparation, implementation of innovative technologies and experience in production of energy from renewable sources. Will take place in Lviv on October 5-6, 2017 for the initiative of the of the Lviv City Council and promotion the Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources of Ukraine. Co-organizer of the Eco Forum is the Association of water utilities of Ukraine. The Eco Forum was created as a professional platform for dialogues between politics, business, science and society with a view to developing a strategy for protecting the water environment, promoting water and energy resources conservation, and promoting the introduction of innovative technologies in the water and energy sectors of the national economy. Target audience - Municipal and state authorities - International and Ukrainian financial institutions - Water and sewer utilities - Industrial enterprises - Manufacturers of equipment and innovative technologies - Engineering and construction companies - Scientists, ecologists, hydrologists - Student community - NGOs III Львів Еко Форум Вода&Енергія Еко Форум у Львові є одним з найактуальніших та найвпливовіших заходів в Україні у сфері водопідготовки, впровадження інноваційних технологій та досвіду виробництва енергії з відновних джерел. Відбудеться 5-6 жовтня 2017 року у місті Львові за ініціативи Львівської міської ради та сприяння Міністерства екології та природних ресурсів України. Співорганізатором Форуму є Асоціація водопровідно-каналізаційних підприємств України. Еко Форум створений як професійна платформа для діалогу між політикою, бізнесом, наукою та суспільством з метою напрацювання стратегії захисту водного середовища, популяризації можливостей збереження водних та енергетичних ресурсів, сприяння впровадженню інноваційних технологій у водному та енергетичному секторах національної економіки. Учасники - Муніципальні та державні органи влади - Міжнародні та українські фінансові установи - Підприємства водопровідно-каналізаційного господарства - Підприємства легкої та харчової промисловості - Виробники обладнання та інноваційних технологій - Інженерні й будівельні компанії - Науковці, екологи, гідрологи - Студентська спільнота - Громадські організації
Richest Country Comparison (All 188 Countries Ranking)
 
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An animated comparison of the richest country in the world. All 188 countries ranked according to their National Wealth - how rich are they, and if all their money were to convert to gold, how big will the amount of gold they have relative to the size of a human. Also featuring World's richest person Jeff Bezos who is richer than over 100 countries, and Apple, the richest company, which market capitalization is richer than over 150 countries! Source: Credit Suisse (Global Wealth Data Book 2017) Note: 1) Figures listed refers to National Wealth and NOT GDP!!! National Wealth refers to the cumulative sum of every adult marketable value of financial assets plus non-financial assets (principally housing and land) less debts. 2) All 195 United Nation countries included except for Cape Verde, Nauru, Palestine, St Kitts and Nevis, South Sudan, Tuvalu and Vatican City due to lack of available data. 3) Solid Gold Cube refers to a theoretical 1m by 1m by 1m 100% Gold Cube purchased at the current market price. It does not represent Gold Reserves but rather how much gold can be bought if all national wealth/financial assets were converted into gold. Music Used: Chomatic Fuge - Kevin Macload (incompetech) Featured countries (in order): Sao Tome and Principe, Micronesia, Guinea Bissau, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Tonga, The Gambia, Vanuatu, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Malawi, Sierra Leone, Dominica, Grenada, Comoros, Antigua and Barbuda, Maldives, Burundi, Saint Lucia, Suriname, Belize, Swaziland, Samoa, Central African Republic, Djibouti, Guyana, Mauritania, Solomon Islands, Bhutan, Seychelles, Palau, Fiji, Lesotho, Timor-Leste, Rwanda, Madagascar, Barbados, Mozambique, Guinea, Liberia, Somalia, Chad, Equatorial Guinea, Monaco, Liechtenstein, Republic of Congo, Mali, San Marino, Ethiopia, Tajikistan, Niger, Zambia, Belarus, Eritrea, Montenegro, Togo, Moldova, Syria, Uganda, Bahamas, Ghana, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Nicaragua, Armenia, Brunei, Trinidad and Tobago, Democratic Republic of Congo, Macedonia, Andorra, Gabon, Kyrgyzstan, Benin, Haiti, Jamaica, Senegal, Namibia, Tanzania, Laos, Albania, Mongolia, Zimbabwe, Cameroon, Sudan, Turkmenistan, Bahrain, Papua New Guinea, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Mauritius, Cambodia, Bolivia, Ivory Coast, Afghanistan, Honduras, Nepal, Yemen, Malta, Paraguay, Kenya, Ukraine, Latvia, North Korea, Estonia, Kazakhstan, Serbia, El Salvador, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Panama, Myanmar, Lithuania, Guatemala, Sri Lanka, Jordan, Venezuela, Cyprus, Lebanon, Uruguay, Bulgaria, Costa Rica, Slovenia, Oman, Slovakia, Dominican Republic, Tunisia, Puerto Rico, Ecuador, Uzbekistan, Luxembourg, Iceland, Nigeria, Angola, Cuba, Egypt, Libya, Algeria, Iran, Iraq, Qatar, Morocco, Romania, Bangladesh, Kuwait, Hungary, Vietnam, Thailand, Czech Republic, Malaysia, Peru, Pakistan, Argentina, Philippines, United Arab Emirates, Colombia, Finland, Chile, Portugal, South Africa, Saudi Arabia, Ireland, Poland, Greece, Israel, Turkey, New Zealand, Singapore, Denmark, Norway, Austria, Mexico, Indonesia, Russia, Sweden, Belgium, Brazil, Netherlands, Switzerland, Spain, India, South Korea, Australia, Canada, Italy, France, Germany, United Kingdom, Japan, China, United States
Views: 9515559 Reigarw Comparisons
Breath of autumn. Dvorichanskiy National Park. НПП Двуречанский. Green Video Music
 
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Dvorichanskiy National Park is situated in the north-east of the Kharkiv region of Ukraine. Its total area equals 3131.2 hectares. The park is managed by the Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources of Ukraine. Many species living in the park area are absolutely unique and can only be found here. They have been around since prehistoric times and have witnessed the geological eras of the past. Dvorichanskiy National Park is a very young environmental establishment. It was created by President of Ukraine Viktor Iushenko's decree on the 11th December 2009. A lot of preparatory work had been done before the park was created. It had been conducted due to the initiative of professor Viktor Tokarskiy from the Zoology and Ecology Department of Karazin Kharkiv National University. This project was supported by Mr. Arsen Avakov, head of Kharkiv Regional Administration. Mr. Zrozhevskiy, who at the time was the head of Dvorichanskiy District Council, put a lot of effort into creating the Dvorichanskiy National Park. The aim of creating the Dvorichanskiy National Park was saving chalky flora and fauna, which are unique for Ukraine. The area of the park is a 5-kilometre wide and 19-kilometre long strip of land, stretching along the Oskol river. There is a range of terrain on this land, including ravines with or without trees, chalky spots, chalky plains, Oskol floodplain, small woods and meadows on the left bank of the river. These terraces, ravines, neighbouring parts of chalky and bush-covered steppes have great biological value. On the area of the park there are 37 species of plants that need to be protected. 22 of these are unique to this particular area, 30 have been included in the Red Book of Endangered Species of Ukraine. These chalky lands are home to specific fauna, vertebrate and invertebrate species living in the steppes, on steep slopes and rocky terrains. There are about 150 species of insects, 55 of which are connected with predominant plant species. Research of birds living in chalk-rich areas showed that the bird species range was close to the kind living in the elevated or mountaneous areas. There are some rare species of daytime predators, including those which have been included in the Red Book of Endangered Species of Ukraine: booted eagle (Hieraaetus pennatus Gm.) (the lighter kind), white-tailed eagle (Haliaetus albicilla L.), Montagu's harrier (Circus pygargus L. ) Other species typical to these chalky lands include such mammals as bobak marmot (Marmota bobak Mull.), steppe polecat (Mustella eversmanni Lesson), the Great Jerboa (Allactaga major (Kerr.), the greater mole-rat (Spalax microphthalmus Güld.) and such reptiles as steppe viper (Vipera renardi Bonaparte) and smooth snake (Coronella austriaca Laurenti) both of which are endangered species. Green Video Music Just nature and music We invite composers, musicians, sponsors, advertisers, national parks and nature reserves to cooperation. Together we will be able to save, protect and preserve our nature! Valeriy Lovchinovskiy [email protected] Green Video® MBGVM 0522-1GV-2GVM
Views: 5481 Green Video
US military wiping out civilians, seizing natural resources of countries: Analyst
 
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The US military has long pursued the goal of “wiping out” civilians around the world and seizing other country’s resources, while damaging the economy and environment inside the US, an American anti-war activist and journalist in Maine says. Watch Live: http://www.presstv.com/live.html Twitter: http://twitter.com/PressTV LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/PressTV Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/PRESSTV Google+: http://plus.google.com/+VideosPTV Instagram: http://instagram.com/presstvchannel Dailymotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/presstv
Views: 1183 PressTV
Listening Post - The 'all-out propaganda war' in Ukraine
 
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We analyse coverage of the Ukraine conflict, which has often been marred by a lack of nuance, context and subtlety.
Views: 1981 Al Jazeera English
Study in Ukraine
 
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http://www.tostudyinukraine.org Information resource for study in Ukraine guidance. Benefits and highlights for international students searching for affordable and quality Ukraine universities in fields like medicine, engineering, pharmacy, management and social sciences. Study in Ukraine's numerous universities is obviously the way to go. Join today to study in Ukraine for a quality and affordable Ukraine university education.
Views: 2872 OguConsultingService
Bypass Ukraine w/South Stream Gas Pipeline Treaty
 
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June 24, 2014- US psychosis will not promote Oil and Gas production in their own country but they want to be in control of it in Europe and prevent Russia from helping. "Russia and Austria have agreed on a joint company to construct the Austrian arm of the $45 billion South Stream gas pipeline project, which is expected to deliver 32 billion cubic meters of Russian gas to the country, bypassing Ukraine. At Tuesday's meeting in Vienna, the creation of South Stream Austria was announced.The company will be 50 percent owned by Gazprom, Russia's largest gas producer, and 50 percent by Austria's OMV Group, the country's largest oil and gas company. Construction on the Austrian section is expected to begin in 2015 and that the first deliveries will start in 2017, reaching full capacity in January 2018. OMV spokesman Robert Lechner was more optimistic, and said the first South Stream deliveries could come as early as 2016. In April, Gazprom and the OMV Group signed a memorandum to implement the South Stream project in Austria. At Tuesday's meeting in Vienna, OMV CEO Gerhard Roiss said that South Stream fully complies with EU legislation. "This project- investment in European energy security- will fully comply with EU legislation," Roiss said, as quoted by ITAR-ITASS. There has been controversy over South Stream, as is it needs EU approval so that it doesn't violate Europe's 'Third Energy Package', which says a company cannot both own and operate pipelines within the European Union. Bulgaria and Serbia, countries nearly 100 percent dependent on Russian gas, have faced pressure from the EU to halt construction. Ahead of Putin's visit to Vienna, Austrian ministers said they remained committed to Russia's South Stream project and that they plan to speed it up. The geopolitical conflict in Ukraine has also complicated the South Stream project, as EU energy lobbying groups are campaigning against the project, to lessen Europe's dependence on Russia. "So far [Austria, Ed,] takes a very clear position, avoiding pressure from the European Commission and in general, public opinion in Europe that wants to halt or even stop the project. At the same time it [Austria, Ed] has enough political clout to promote this project. It's not Bulgaria, which on its own cannot defend itself," Fyodor Lukyanov, Chairman of Russia's Council on Foreign and Defense Policy, said on Monday. South Stream will deliver gas to Europe bypassing Ukraine, which is seen as an unreliable transit state. After switching Ukraine to a prepayment system, Russia and Gazprom fear Ukraine will start to siphon gas supplies headed towards Europe, as the country did in 2006 and 2009. Miller worries Ukraine may resort to this tactic in winter, once it runs out of its underground storage supplies of natural gas. "If Ukraine begins to siphon off gas, we will increase supplies via North Stream, and maximize the load through Yamal-Europe," Aleksey Miller, CEO of Gazprom, said Tuesday in Vienna. The 2,446 km pipeline will stretch across southern and central Europe and will transport over 64 billion cubic meters of natural gas to Europe per year. Gazprom has said the project, estimated to cost $45 billion, can be completed without any funding from international partners. Gazprom is Russia's largest producer of natural gas and provides roughly one third of Europe's gas needs. The head of the Russian Duma's International Affairs Committee, Aleksey Puskhov, wrote on Twitter on Tuesday that "Ukraine is in a long-term phase of unpredictability. Thus, South Stream is the only guarantee of uninterrupted gas supply to Europe." " - Courtesy RT News http://rt.com/business/168044-austria-russia-south-stream/
Views: 15536 Marine1063
EU calls on Ukraine to lift timber export ban
 
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The European Union has called on Ukraine to lift a 10-year ban on round-wood exports. The EU argues the restriction is against the free trade deal Ukraine signed in 2014. However, as Press TV’s Lena Savchuk reports, many Ukrainians support the measure saying it has helped the domestic wood processing industry while preserving the country’s natural resources. Watch Live: http://www.presstv.com/live.html Twitter: http://twitter.com/PressTV LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/PressTV Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/PRESSTV Google+: http://plus.google.com/+VideosPTV Instagram: http://instagram.com/presstvchannel Dailymotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/presstv
Views: 456 PressTV
No Entry! Ukraine bans RT crew from covering presidential election
 
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RT Arabic's news crew who arrived in Kiev to cover the upcoming May 25 Ukrainian presidential election has not been allowed into the country and is being sent back to Moscow. READ MORE: http://on.rt.com/fvcsvk RT LIVE http://rt.com/on-air Subscribe to RT! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=RussiaToday Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTnews Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_com Follow us on Instagram http://instagram.com/rt Follow us on Google+ http://plus.google.com/+RT RT (Russia Today) is a global news network broadcasting from Moscow and Washington studios. RT is the first news channel to break the 1 billion YouTube views benchmark.
Views: 13820 RT
How to prevent another Chernobyl disaster in Ukraine. UCMC, 2nd of November 2015
 
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Topic: “How to prevent another Chernobyl disaster in Ukraine?” Hanna Vronska, Deputy Minister of Ecology and Natural Resources of Ukraine on European integration Hanna Hopko, MP (“Samopomich” faction), Head of the Parliamentary committee on Foreign Affairs Marta Ruda, director of Ukrainian Ecological NGO “MAMA-86”, group “Policy and Practice Ecologization”, manager of Reanimation Package of Reforoms (RPR) group “RPR-Environment” Olena Kravchenko, executive director at the charity foundation “Ecology-law-human”, manager of RPR group “RPR-Environment”
Senator Markey on US Natural Gas Exports & Ukraine
 
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Senator Markey discussed potential US Natural Gas exports in relation to pending legislation before the Senate dealing with the situation in Ukraine.
Views: 200 Senator Markey
Natural Resources in Azerbaijan
 
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THE LAND OF FIRE - AZERBAIJAN
Views: 600 musayevs
Jeb Handwerger: ISIS, Hamas, Russia/Ukraine to Spark Off Rally in Commodities - 8/24/14
 
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This week, returning guest Jeb Handwerger, editor of Gold Stock Trades, came on the show to talk about current world events and the potential 'black swan' events, which could spark off a rally in commodities. This was a very interesting conversation, given the seriousness of the situation in Eastern Europe, as well as the situation in the Middle East. When asked what the current geopolitical landscape spells for commodities, Jeb says that all the uncertainty in the world right now is fuel for the precious metals and the energy sectors. Looking back on history, Jeb claims that the invasion of Iraq in 2003 proved to be a huge boost for the junior resource companies and precious metals. Jeb points out that everyone that is in the natural resource sector, are fortunate, because they can take advantage of all of the uncertainty in the world right now. Some of the charts of the junior miners are showing an inverse 'head and shoulders pattern', equal to a bottoming pattern, and Jeb believes we are at a potential turning point for the junior mining equities. This could signal a final turn from a secular bear market that has lasted since 2011, to beginning of an uptrend which could last 4 to 7 years. Historically, mining equities pull back in the summer months. However, Collin Kettell points out that trading screens are beginning to turn green already. Jeb says that in 2014 alone, we have seen increasing capital coming into the GDX-J, and rising volumes. Jeb also says that when the overbought general equities markets enter into a correction, capital can start to flow into sectors that benefit from a rising inflationary environment, like natural resource and precious metals stocks. When discussing how deeply undervalued gold stocks are trading, in comparison to almost every metric possible, Jeb's research tells him that the situation we are in now is historically unprecedented. Jeb points out that in the correction of 2008/09 we saw the XAU drop from 200 to below 80, with the gold price dropping from $1,000 to $700, respectively. Now the XAU is around 100, and gold has corrected from $1,900 to $1,200. With a small rise in the gold price, the mining companies could see tremendous upside. It is the miners that have the real leverage now in Jeb's opinion. Jeb says that it is possible to buy the indexes and other ETF's to take advantage of rising precious metals prices, but there are opportunities in the junior mining sector to beat those indexes, if you do your homework. Gold Stock Trades Editor Jeb Handwerger is a highly sought-after stock analyst syndicated internationally and known throughout the financial industry for his accurate and timely analysis of the equities markets, particularly the precious metals sector.
Views: 782 Palisade Radio
Bright new Ministers in Ukraine's Groysman government
 
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Remarks with Brian Mefford​, Kyiv, Ukraine​, 18 April 2016. Brian is a business and political consultant based in Kyiv, Ukraine. - 0:38 Volodymyr Omelyan (Володимир Омелян) Minister of Infrastructure of Ukraine - 1:04 Liliya Hrynevych (Лілія Гриневич) Minister of Education and Science of Ukraine - 1:30 Ostap Semerak (Остап Семерак) Minister of Ecology and Natural Resources of Ukraine - 2:16 Ivanna Klympush-Tsintsadze (Іванна Климпуш-Цинцадзе) Vice Prime Minister (European and EuroAtlantic integration) http://www.brianmefford.net This video was not sponsored. Video by UkeTube Ukrainian Video
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Questioning of Junta Representatives at Natural Resources Hearing 11/7/17
 
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November 7, 2017: At a hearing held by the Natural Resources Committee, Rep. Luis V. Gutiérrez (D-IL) asked pointed questions of three witnesses, two of whom represented the Junta in Puerto Rico, the Puerto Rico Financial Oversight and Management Board. Among other things, Rep. Gutiérrez asked about the Jones Act and the salaries paid to Members of the Junta. Rep. Gutiérrez and other Members of Puerto Rican descent were given permission to ask questions of the witnesses, Natalie Jaresko, the Executive Director of the Puerto Rico Junta; Noel Zamot, the Revitalization Coordinator of the Junta who has been nominated to oversee PREPA, the electric power company; and the Mayor of Guaynabo, Angel Perez Otero. Connect with Rep. Gutiérrez: http://www.facebook.com/RepGutierrez http://www.twitter.com/RepGutierrez
Views: 2919 Luis Gutiérrez
Putin got involved in Ukraine and Syria for Arctic?
 
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If a Western reader still does not know what Putin got involved in the events in Syria and Ukraine for, The Times will disclose the secret: in order to blackmail everyone with the Arctic. And that is all because "Tsar Vladimir contrives a Cold War" in the region. Editor Roger Boyes believes "Vladimir Putin would still rather go down as a Peter the Great than an Ivan the Terrible... Tsar Pete wanted to use the Russian north as a springboard to global influence and to build up Russia as a maritime power". Beside that, he "hated the Ottomans, crushed opponents, had an early adviser chucked into a nunnery". Roger Boyes has no doubts that the Russian leader will definitely win the following presidential elections in 2018. And his main aim during this term will be strengthening of Russia's influence in the Arctic, where there are almost 30% of undiscovered reserves of natural resources. Beside that, the Northeast Passage may become a beneficial alternative to the Suez Canal to transport goods from Asia to Europe. This route will reduce time ships spend by 40% and enrich Russia given its extensive coast along the Arctic Ocean. So, as Boyes explains, "Ukraine and Syria are only tactical maneuvers to get temporary superiority over the West". It is also pointed out in the article that militarization of the Arctic is continued at rapid rate despite sanctions. And soon there will be more Russian military there than that of the other Arctic states, the US, Canada, Norway, Denmark, Finland, and Iceland combined, Boyes frightens. These forces do not simply defend the Russian economic interests and strengthen its claims for the continental shelf. Moscow challenges NATO strategically, but not frightens the Alliance, the newspaper is sure. Now when a reader should be quite frightened, one can speak about the case that the West needs to enforce its own influence here. So, maybe the NATO should be involved in order to "contain" the Russian offensive, after talks on the increase of the military budget, and "expansion"? Check more of our videos on our video channel http://www.youtube.com/user/PravdaTV Go to Pravda.Ru website to read articles that you can not read in Western publications http://english.pravda.ru/
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German Fury: Protesters in Berlin call for arrests of Nazis in Ukraine
 
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EU's views on the unfolding crisis in Ukraine has sparked fury in Germany. A campaign party meeting in Berlin was disrupted by protesters angry at their country's stance in the Ukrainian conflict. The demonstrators booed Chancellor Angel Merkel and waved banners demanding the arrest Nazis in Ukraine and called for stronger ties with Russia. RT is joined by John Laughland, director of studies at the Institute of democracy and cooperation in Paris. RT LIVE http://rt.com/on-air Subscribe to RT! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=RussiaToday Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTnews Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_com Follow us on Instagram http://instagram.com/rt Follow us on Google+ http://plus.google.com/+RT RT (Russia Today) is a global news network broadcasting from Moscow and Washington studios. RT is the first news channel to break the 1 billion YouTube views benchmark.
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Autumn Melody. National Park Sviati Gory (Holy Mountains). НПП "Святые Горы". Green Video Music
 
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National Park «Sviati Gory» ("Holy Mountains") National Park «Sviati Gory» was established by the decree of the President of Ukraine № 135/97 from the 13th of February, 1997. All the organizational works were carried on by the Head of State Department of Ecology and Natural Resources in the Donetsk region S.Kurulenko. The project of establishment was prepared by the Laboratory of Nature Conservation Problems of Donetsk University under the direction of Deputy Head of the same Department Gennadiy Molodan. He did much to study wildlife and promote nature conservation in the Donetsk region. Being a high-ranking official, Gennadiy Molodan understood the value of the natural complexes which managed to survive, he sincerely felt and understood the responsibility for keeping them for descendants. He was an advanced person in matters of ecology and actually he was the one who brought the aspirations of scientists into a formalized idea of a national park. Gennadiy Molodan’s efforts were not in vain, and the process of creating the park was transferred to the practical level. General public, scientists and administrative structures were involved in the process of establishment of the National Park Sviati Gory. The Mayor of Slavyanogirsk A.Karlov and the Head of the Main Department of Reserves and National Parks of the Ministry of Environmental Protection and Nuclear Safety of Ukraine N.Stetsenko also made a significant contribution to the creation of the National Park. National Park "Sviati Gory" is subordinated to the Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources of Ukraine. The territory of the park is located in the north of Donetsk region, in Slavyansk, Krasnolimansk and Artemovsk districts. It includes the resort city of Svyatogorsk. National Park "Sviati Gory" is the first national park which has been created in the left-bank Ukraine. The territory of the park is of 40605.5 hectares, 11894.5 of them were given to the National Park for permanent use, and other 28711 hectares are in the use of the Slavyansk and Krasnolimansk forestries and city Svyatogorsk. About 90% of the territory of the park is covered with forests, a significant area is occupied by the floodplain of the Severskiy Donets river with water meadows, lakes, marshes and former river-beds. Currently, 57 species of mammals live here, over 200 species of birds nest here or stay during migrations. 17 species of amphibians and reptiles, 30 fish species have been found here in their typical habitats. Within the territory of National Park and in its closest vicinity there are about 1200 species of vascular plants and at least 1000 species of mushrooms. The flora and fauna of National Park "Sviati Gory" includes 119 plant and animal species, which that are listed in the Red Book of Ukraine, 31 species is included into the European Red List. The history of the park is virtually identical to the dramatic story of the young Ukrainian state. Just before the creation of the park state forestry enterprises have cut down about 40% of native pine forests in the future territory of the park, during the regime of Yanukovych park painfully suffered from poaching orgy and uncontrolled logging. Fighting for the freeing of the city Slavyansk from separatists and armed gangs in 2014 also had no benefit for valuable natural complexes. But the park not only managed to survive, but also saved the heritage which had been entrusted to the park for protection by Ukrainian people. _____________________ Green Video Music Just nature and music We invite composers, musicians, sponsors, advertisers, national parks and nature reserves to cooperation. Together we will be able to save, protect and preserve our nature! Valeriy Lovchinovskiy [email protected] Green Video® MBGVM 0526-1GV-3GVM
Views: 5618 Green Video
Decentralization and Democratization of Natural Resource Management
 
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Environmental Change and Security Program Latin American Program "Most developing countries right now are engaged in some form of democratic decentralization," explained World Resources Institute Senior Associate and former Wilson Center Fellow Jesse Ribot. "I haven't found any that does not claim to also be decentralizing some aspect of natural resource management. These decentralization reforms aim, basically, to create a situation that is more equitable, more efficient, [and] more effective at implementing projects on the ground." Ribot was joined by several other experts on natural resource management and governance at "Decentralization and Democratization of Natural Resource Management," an April 28, 2008, event examining the results of several studies in WRI's Representation, Equity, and Environment working paper series, which sought to determine how developing countries' efforts to decentralize and democratize natural resource management (NRM) have affected local-level NRM and democracy. Event speakers: Andrew Selee, Jesse C Ribot, Ashwini Chhatre, Solange Bandiaky, Uma Lele
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Politics, power and pipelines Europe and natural gas | DW Documentary
 
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Russia hopes a new Baltic Sea pipeline will strengthen its gas market position in Europe. But the Nord Stream 2 pipeline project is highly controversial. Poland and the US are against its. Exciting, powerful, informative – DW Documentary is always close to current affairs and international events. Our curated mix of award-winning films and reports takes you straight to the. America and the EUs top diplomats met today to brainstorm over how to break Europes dependence on Russian energy. There were few concrete solutions, though the US again offered to ship US.
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