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Absolute transition to a low carbon economy in the Arctic is impossible to achieve 100%, said the Ambassador-at-large of the foreign Ministry of the Russian Federation, Chairman of the Committee of senior officials of the Arctic Council Nikolai Korchunov.

"We are speaking about the transition to a climate neutral low-carbon economy should not forget about the inhabitants of the Arctic, about the tough conditions in which they live. Obviously, not 100% solutions based on renewable energy sources will work everywhere," Korshunov told the conference on green energy in the Arctic "How to achieve carbon neutrality in the Arctic."

According to him, both diesel and carbon raw materials will be needed in the foreseeable future.
"The main thing is that this transition is predictable, stable, stable and does not lead to shock shocks that we are now seeing in real time," the Ambassador-at-Large added.

Finnish Ambassador for Arctic and Antarctic Affairs Petteri Vuorimaki believes that the program of the Russian presidency in the Arctic Council is probably the most ambitious one in its history. Importantly, cooperation in the Arctic opens up opportunities for constructive interaction with Moscow. The politician made this statement at the Washington-based Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.

“At present, the Russian Federation chairs the Council, and this program is likely to be the most intensive and ambitious in its entire history. If I were to take part in all planned events, I would have to move to Moscow or some other place in Russia. It has planned an incredible number of events,” he noted.

“I keep saying that cooperation in the Arctic opens up opportunities for constructive cooperation with the largest Arctic country, the Russian Federation, despite difficulties in other areas,” Vuorimaki said.

The Arctic Council is an inter-governmental organization of the Arctic states: Denmark (with Greenland and the Faroe Islands), Iceland, Canada, Norway, Russia, the United States, Finland and Sweden. In 2021, the year of the Council’s 25th anniversary, Russia took over the two-year presidency from Iceland.

The crew of the Northern Fleet’s hydrographic survey vessel Gorizont has specified the coordinates of the Russian border. During comprehensive oceanographic surveys, they took photos of over 11,000 km of the ocean floor, and collected water and bottom samples in the Barents and Kara seas.

“We measured the depths and specified the coordinates of the critical points. These are the coordinates of the Russian border,” said Captain of the Gorizont Vitaly Khopryachkov.

The crew conducted surveys in the area of Franz Josef Land over the past two months. Now the Gorizont is back in the village of Mishukovo (Murmansk Region), the base of the Northern Fleet’s hydrographic survey vessels.

The press service also reported that the hydrographic survey vessel Romuald Muklevich returned to Murmansk last week. As part of the Northern Fleet and the Russian Geographical Society’s joint expedition, its crew explored the coast off Severny Island of the Novaya Zemlya Archipelago and the continental coast, where the Northern convoys sailed during the Great Patriotic War.

A joint Russian-American scientific expedition NABOS-2021 has begun in the Arctic on the ship "Akademik Treshnikov".

On the night of September 11, a Russian-American marine expedition entered the Arctic, within the framework of which the participants intend to conduct research in the Laptev Sea, the East Siberian Sea and in the deep part of the Arctic Ocean.

"The scientific expedition vessel Akademik Treshnikov has left the Norwegian port of Kirkenes with an international group of scientists from Russia, the USA, Japan and Norway on board," the message says.

According to the organizers, one of the goals of the expedition is to study climate change in the Arctic.

The Ministry of Natural Resources and Ecology estimated the volume of resources of the Arctic seas of Russia at 15.7 billion tons of oil, 91.7 trillion cubic meters of gas and 4.7 billion tons of condensate.

"The resources of the water areas are estimated at 15.7 billion tons of oil, 91.7 trillion cubic meters of gas and 4.7 billion tons of condensate. At the same time, the degree of exploration of the initial total resources by industrial categories is 4.7% for oil, 10.1% for gas and 6.1% for condensate. It is obvious that geological exploration is necessary to transfer the potential to reserves," said Alexander Kozlov, head of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment.

Kozlov noted that now in the Arctic seas - Laptev, East Siberian, Chukchi, Bering - there is practically no drilling study, and the degree of exploration of resources does not exceed 3%.

"But the study of these seas is not a matter of tomorrow, there is no oil and gas transportation infrastructure, there is a difficult ice situation. So far, the interests of the companies are concentrated in the Kara, Caspian, Okhotsk and Pechora Seas," he stressed.

Russia's first laboratory of Earth cryology and geotechnical safety is starting work in the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug (YANAO), the press service of the governor of the region reports.

"Four scientists from Tyumen and Novosibirsk arrived in Yamal. They will study permafrost on the basis of the country's first laboratory of Earth cryology and geotechnical safety. It was opened in the district on the basis of the Scientific Center for the Study of the Arctic on the initiative of the Governor of Yamal Dmitry Artyukhov. The laboratory's activities will contribute to improving the level of industrial and environmental safety, reducing economic losses and damage to the capital facilities fund of the district," the report says. The authorities specify that this is the first such laboratory in the country.

On Wednesday, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the importance of the topic. He instructed to work out a system of regular surveys of buildings and structures in the northern regions of the country, where the melting of permafrost is recorded.
Now there are seven specialists in the laboratory staff. The department was headed by Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor Anatoly Shuvaev. He is a co-author of more than 30 federal and regional regulatory documents on the construction, design and maintenance of transport facilities in Siberia, has been cooperating with the district for more than 40 years. Specialists will soon take soil samples at several capital construction sites in Salekhard and Novy Urengoy, the Salekhard - Nadym highway, sections of the Purovsk - Korotchaevo highway, the press service notes.

Scientists of the Scientific Center for the Study of the Arctic have been observing permafrost changes under capital construction buildings in the capital of the district for three years. Thermometric wells with a monitoring system are installed under two apartment buildings, a sports complex and an art school. This makes it possible to assess the bearing capacity of soils.

In June, employees drilled ten wells for background monitoring of frozen rocks in the vicinity of the cities of Salekhard, Labytnangi and Novy Urengoy. This will allow us to assess the current state and make forecasts of changes in the state of frozen rocks due to climate warming. The results of the research will form the basis of recommendations for the development of territorial building codes. The creation of a laboratory in Yamal solves the tasks of the national project "Science", the message clarifies.