Ecologists say the phenomenon, which has already become an annual tradition, can be explained by the high temperatures, the decrease in the water level and the presence of organic substances.
"Environmental requirements will decline and ecology will be sacrificed for the sake of the economy" Interview with environmental activist Javier Qara
Azerbaijan, Armenia, and Georgia in the Human Rights Watch report - a comparative analysis
60 palms were brought from Italy and will be planted on the promenade in Sukhum, in place of the dozens of palms that died in 2019 from the invasion of the stink bug
The largest gold mine in the country has remained idle for almost a year, waiting for the results of an analysis which have still not quelled the concerns of environmentalists
Experts suggest raising the water level of Lake Sevan and building modern cleaning stations.
So far in Armenia, there are only 15 registered electric automobiles, and just nine charging stations
The Animal Rescue Center calls on citizens to provide temporary shelter for sick animals
The Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources has intensified operations in Baku
A signboard is the only reminder of a once-existing reserve
Only thorn bushes grow on saline soil in Armavir region
Yerevan and other deforested cities of Armenia are most exposed to flood risk
Water reservoir’s temperature regime has changed as a result of a drop in water level
The Book will include unique and threatened species of flora and fauna
Never mind that 209 of them were absolutely healthy