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September 16, 2022
Six districts of Karelia almost 40% of the Republics territory have been included in the Arctic zone of the Russian Federation. Three of them were included only two years ago and their integration in existing Russian Artic development projects is a topical issue. What constrains the development opportunities for the Karelian Arctic? What factors influence population loss? These and other problems were discussed during the KarRC RAS Learned Council meeting on September 15th. The keynote speaker was Junior Researcher from the Institute of Economics KarRC RAS Alexander Volkov.
September 12, 2022
Scientists to discuss the state of lakes and seas in the context of ongoing climate change and socio-economic development. This is the topic of the international conference held by the Northern Water Problems Institute KarRC RAS on September 12-14. Over a hundred experts from different regions of Russia and from CIS countries share their research results in a hybrid offline/online format.
September 9, 2022
The need to create an environmental monitoring system for Karelia and to work out a federal-level ad hoc program for conserving lakes Onego and Ladoga was declared by KarRC RAS Director General Olga Bakhmet in the St. Petersburg Republic of Karelia Business Forum. RAS Corresponding Academician made a presentation during the round-table session on environmental protection.
September 7, 2022
Reputable scientists from around Russia gather in Petrozavodsk to discuss early history of the Earth. On September 79 the Institute of Geology KarRC RAS is hosting the scientific conference Early Precambrian vs Modern Geodynamics-22.
September 1, 2022
New aspects of research on female corporeality in the Karelian culture were presented by Yulia Litvin, Researcher from the Institute of Linguistics, Literature and History KarRC RAS, in the Herald of Anthropology. Womens daily life long remained an understudied topic: discussion of some aspects used to be a cultural and societal taboo, and this situation has influenced the research tradition.
August 26, 2022
Scientists from Karelia and China had an online seminar on the various perspectives of water research. Experts introduced topics of high relevance for their regions and countries and pinpointed mutually interesting research areas. The event may pave an avenue for long-term cooperation between the Karelian Research Centre RAS and the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS).