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26 january, 2023

On February 28, 2023, the 160th anniversary of Vladimir Ivanovich Vernadsky ( February 28 [March 12—January 6, 1954]) is celebrated.

In the year announced The Year of Teacher and Mentor in the Russian Federation, Vernadsky’s anniversary offers the opportunity to organize educational events in various areas.

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11 january, 2023

NewLandsThe virtual QR-exhibition “In search of new lands” is opened in RNPLS&T on December 29, 2022. The patrons get acquainted with the publications on outstanding travelers and their geographical discoveries.  In their first-hand reports on the expeditions, the nature and lifestyle of population in the 19th-early 20th centuries are described. The publications introduce readers to many geographical territories without need to go there immediately.

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20 december, 2022

Recicl"Recycling. The close cycle logistics” exhibition is opened at RNPLS&T’s main building  Ecology and Priority Trends in Science and TechnologyReading Room,  on December 19, 2022 and will run through February 20, 2023. As compared to traditional utilization, recycling has multiple advantages, in particular, it doesn’tresult in exhausting of strategic economic resources; on the contrary, it initiates innovations and stipulates science endeavours in search of new solutions in domestic and industrial waste disposal.

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20 december, 2022

Town“The Current Urban Studies” exhibition is opened at RNPLS&T’s main building, Catalog and Reference Bibliography Reading Room, on December 5, 2022 and will run through January 15, 2023. Since 2017, the large-scale project “Building comfortable urban environment” has been implemented in the Russian Federation.  The goal is to present the findings of modern studies related to the specialized projects, to illuminate the changes in megacities,small towns and single-industry cities, new approaches to city designing and planning to meet the global trends in city development, digital economy, and at the same time, the architectural traditions. The exhibits on the display are the materials published in academic works, monographs, articles, digests, conference proceedings, etc.

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16 december, 2022

The results of the All-Russian contest “The libraries and sustainable development: Moving towards” are announced!

 

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01 november, 2022

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On October 27, 2022, The 2nd International Online Conference “The libraries, ecology, sustainable development: Theory and practice” was held on the premises of the Russian National Public Library for Science and Technology under the aegis of the world Professional Forum “The Book, Culture. Education.Innovations”.Altogether, 167 specialists participated in the conference.

Alexander S. Karaush, RNPLS&T Director General, greeted the conference participants. He emphasized that the ecological conference facilitated RNPLS&T’s cooperation with other libraries, information units and ecological organizations in the area of ecological education.

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10 october, 2022

In 2022, RNPLS&T has become one of eight thematic sites of All-Russian Festival NAUKA 0+, the profile “Integrity”. On October 8 and 9, Festival participants of various ages visited RNPLS&T.

The Library could not fail to make a good point of its ecological and sustainability activities which make the significant vector of RNPLS&T work. Elena Bychkova and Maria Klimova, researchers of RNPLS&T Ecology and Sustainable Development Group, held several Festival events.

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30 september, 2022

The Ecological Tourism Exhibition is open at RNPLS&T’s Reading Room for Ecology and Priorities in Science and Technology (room 210) on September 26 through November 26, 2022.

Today, ecological tourism is a priority strategic vector in the tourist business. With its vast natural resources and unique natural sites on the list of UNESCO natural heritage, Russia is one of the promising countries for ecological tourism. The exhibits introduce users to the main organizational types and models of ecological tourism. The publications reflect on the problem-solving experience in ecological tourism business, feature case studies of using natural recreational resources for sustainable socioeconomic development. Based on the example of ecotourism, we demonstrate that humans should penetrate into the world of nature for the purposes of its preservation and understanding.

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26 september, 2022

Within the framework of the All-Russian Science Festival “Science 0+”, the exhibition “The Bicycle. New mobility” is open at RNPLS&T. The exhibition is displayed at the reading Room for Ecology and Priorities in Science and Technology (room 210) on September 19 through November 21, 2022.

The publications on display relate to the bicycle, one of ecotransports reviving its popularity. The exhibition covers theoretical and practical aspects of managing bicycle traffic in the cities with the focus on projecting transport network taking into account bicycle traffic. The positive impact of bicycle transport on urban ecology, the role of bicycle-related events (bicycle races, tours, quests, etc.) as a communication avenue, and promotion of healthy lifestyles, are demonstrated. The rare publications are to visualize the history of bicycle movement on the edge of 19th-20th centuries.

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07 september, 2022

Issue No. 8 (222) of the International ecological digest GREEN BELARUS is published by Eco-Info Center of Belarus National Academy of Sciences Central Scientific Library.

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11 august, 2022

Issue No. 7 (221) of the International ecological digest GREEN BELARUS is published by Eco-Info Center of Belarus National Academy of Sciences Central Scientific Library.

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11 july, 2022

Issue No. 6 (220of the International ecological digest GREEN BELARUS is published by Eco-Info Center of Belarus National Academy of Sciences Central Scientific Library.

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10 july, 2022

Antropocen slThe Athropocene Epoch exhibition is open in RNPLS&T’s Reading Room for Ecology and Priorities in Science and Technology (room 21) on June 30 through July 31, 2022.

The exhibition features the materials on the human impact on the planet appearance. In these publications, authors bring up sore spots of the human civilization in the early 21st century. Forest fires, floods, oil spills, ozone layer depletion, etc., are all the consequences of intensifying human activity. The materials on the display also cover discussions around the concept of “anthropocene”. Why this term make us revise the conventional idea of nature? Is there any chance to overcome apathy and helplessness associated with that talk of upcoming ecological crisis? The publications cover situations of environmental pollution, offer practical solutions to minimize negative impact of human activity and to preserve natural resources.

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05 july, 2022

 On June 28, 2022, the webinar for librarians in ecological education «How to start and implement waste sorting» was held.

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10 june, 2022

 On June 5, 2022, - Head of the Ecology and Sustainable Development Projects Group Elena F. Bychkova attented solemn ceremony of awarding the winners of projects organized by V. I. Vernadsky Nongovernmental Ecological Foundation.

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