By Khaled Ahmed The Aral Sea, situated in the autonomous Karakalpakstan region in Uzbekistan, was once the world's fourth-largest inland sea. Today, it is only 10 per cent of what it used to be. The two rivers that fed it were largely ... South Asia Monitor, 2 months ago
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NASA The Aral Sea in Central Asia, 2000 vs. 2014. Climate change can seem like a massive, invisible, slow process. At times, it can seem like something we won't be able to visualize until it's too late . A collection of images (from ...Business Insider Malaysia, 3 weeks ago Remarkable before-and-after photos make it undeniably clear we're ruining our planet Business Insider, 3 weeks ago
An OSCE-supported training seminar on the development of sustainable fisheries in the Aral Sea region began today in Kyzylorda, Kazakhstan. The two-day event was organized by the OSCE Programme Office in Astana in partnership with the ...OSCE, 4 weeks ago OSCE supports sustainable fisheries in Aral Sea region Times of Central Asia, 4 weeks ago
This multitemporal Sentinel-1A radar image shows the Aral Sea, located on the border between Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan in Central Asia. The Aral Sea is a striking example of humankind's impact on the environment and natural resources. Once the ...Scientific Computing, 1 month ago
Shin Dong-bin, Lotte Group chairman, will meet Uzbek President Islam Karimov on May 28 at the Lotte Seoul to discuss ways for further cooperation including investment in the Central Asian nation. He said to the President in the meeting, "In addition ...The Korea Economic Daily, 3 hours ago
What do you want to be when you grow up? This is the question we commonly ask children, a question we have once been asked as well ourselves. When I was about 11 years old, my Sibika teacher asked me that question and I immediately answered, "I want ...GMA News.tv, 6 hours ago
Tweet [embedded content] Tweet [embedded content] Were great fans here of featuring maps of the distribution of different crops around the world. You may have noticed that. And, perhaps inevitably, when we do, we more often than not succumb to ...Free-i-News, 18 hours ago Watch the Impact We Have on Earth From Space Free-i-News, 2 weeks ago
Russian artist Igor Savitsky salvaged thousands of extraordinary art works from Soviet-era purges. Nukus, Uzbekistan - This seems like the least likely place for an art collection. This city of 230,000 lies in the middle of one of the worst ...Al Jazeera, 1 day ago
Export-Import Bank of Chinato allocate Kyrgyzstan $185 mln for second phase of North South road construction
The Export-Import Bank of Chinawill allocate Kyrgyzstan $185 million for second phase of the project for construction of North - South road, the Transport Minister Argynbek Malabaev said today at a meeting of Parliamentary Committee on Transport and ...24.kg, 1 week ago
Cities grow. Human settlements expand across lands — and even into the water. Some forests burn down and regrow while others are gradually depleted by logging. And, over the last few decades, satellites have captured it all, showing how Earth has ...Social Dashboard, 1 week ago
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