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Climate Change Is Melting Russia’s Permafrost—and Challenging Its Oil Economy ...
By Sophie van de Kimmenade - October 06, 2021
Thawing earth once thought to be permanently frozen is springing to life and threatening a crucial chunk of Russia’s economy. The melting of the thick layer of the earth known as permafrost is a result of climate change, according to scientists and Russia government research. Two-thirds of the country sits on such soil.

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