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Very soon will start 68th season of Russian Antarctic Expedition, which will traditionally send scientists from St. Petersburg Mining University, as well as the Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute to the scientific station Vostok. Last year the oldest technical university in our country sent a record number of its representatives to the White Continent, 7 people at once, four of whom had no experience of being at the polar stations before. Forpost asked them to recall their typical day in Antarctica. ”First thing in the morning, I put on my felt boots.”
Many people think that the colonial era is a thing of the past, but in fact… it is not.
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The Safe Internet League presented updated statistics that clearly show that the influence of social networks on society continues to grow and is becoming more widespread every year
This year, the St. Petersburg Mining University’s curricula include the basic scientific competence ”Philosophy of Science” and a number of other innovations
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On the first weekend in September, many European cities held rallies of many thousands, during which protesters demanded that their heads of state take action against the decline in living standards
At least two Asian states, Pakistan and Bangladesh, are facing power shortages due to disruptions in LNG supplies
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz called on his G7 partners to lift the voluntary ban on investments in fossil fuels abroad. He explained that this measure should be ”a temporary response to the current energy crisis.”
Qatar demanded that Europe sign a long-term contract with it on LNG supplies, which will be valid for at least 20 years.
The lecture by the Rector of the St. Petersburg Mining University was one of the highlights of the 9th International Conference on Energy, Resources, Environment and Sustainable Development (ERESD 2022), which was held in the People’s Republic of China.
The authorities of the EU and, above all, Germany, which is more dependent on Russian energy supplies than any other country in Europe; are beginning to morally prepare the population for the coming crisis.