Works to dismantle a broken fuel tank of Norilsk-Taimyr energy company are almost complete in Norilsk. Two months ago 21,000 tonnes of fuel leaked from the tank into rivers, lakes & tundra in what was described as the worst ecological disaster in the Arctic. Pictures StrelkaKrsk
A group of indigenous people in Russia is asking Norilsk Nickel to assess damage from a fuel spill in the Arctic earlier this year, revise its policies toward indigenous peoples & to re-cultivate contaminated areas in the Taymyr Peninsula & Murmansk Oblast
Fuel spill occurs during clean-up for Norilsk power plant diesel leak, environmental watchdog says
A satellite view at what rivers Ambarnaya and Daldykan outside Norilsk look now after the spill of more than 20,000 tonnes of diesel fuel
Update on the disastrous diesel spill in the Russian Arctic: right now fuel continues to float down the rivers from Norilsk towards the Kara sea. Accidents like this will keep happening as long we delay the transition to a #GreenEconomy #KeepItInTheGround
More than 21,000 tonnes of diesel leaked from a fuel storage tank at one of the company's subsidiary plants near Norilsk. The fuel seeped into the soil and dyed nearby waterways bright red.
This hungry polar bear was filmed straying through the streets of Russia's Norilsk - a long way from home.
Starving polar bear 'can hardly move', say residents of Norilsk. Emaciated animal walked 1500km south and away from Arctic Ocean, searching for food
River near Norilsk, Russia, turned bright red this week, leaving residents stunned.