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Britons taught to separate garbage collection. In Asia, found '' songbirds. Due to global warming life cold-blooded animals is decreasing. In Africa, built wall to 'stop the advance of' Sahara Desert. On Earth, started a mass extinction of living creatures. Photofact: Luxury inhabitants of the underwater kingdom. Overview of events week from 27/07/2009 to 02/08/2009. Prime Minister Vladimir Putin held a dive to the bottom of the lake and made several statements on environmental issues, Prime Minister Vladimir Putin on Saturday made a four-hour dive to the bottom of the deepest lake in the world – Lake Baikal, and then held a meeting of the Environment, which has promised to employ workers idle Baikal Pulp and intensify work with environmentalists.
After a dive to the bottom of Lake Baikal, Vladimir Putin admitted to reporters that allowed him to dive for a fresh look at the environmental problems of Lake Baikal. The head of government admitted that the ecology of Lake Baikal to be treated with caution and called for a balance. Speaking at a meeting of the Environment, Putin said that Russia now has no effective characters that would encourage businesses to implement environmentally sound technologies and reduce emissions of pollutants substances.