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About Vladimir Slivyak

Vladimir Slivyak is the co-chair of the Russian environmental NGO Ecodefense and has been taking part in UN climate change talks since 1995.

Articles by Vladimir Slivyak

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

Rosatom: climate’s new best friend

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As Russia’s economic crisis continues to hit budgets, the country’s state nuclear corporation is going green to raise funds on the international level. 

 

Sergey Kirienko, from nuclear to political power

After ten years as head of Rosatom, Sergey Kirienko is now deputy head of Russia’s Presidential Administration. What will he bring to the job? Русский

“When you buy coal, you have a moral right to ask where it came from”

A new report highlights a stark truth: the UK’s dependence on international coal not only devastates the environment, but disenfranchises local communities.

Atomic energy and political power in Russia

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In Russia, the space for environmental activism and advocacy is changing under increasing state pressure. An interview with one of Russia’s leading ecological organisations about the prospects for anti-nuclear activism today. Русский

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