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Belarus Biodiversity

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Belarus Biodiversity: Animal and Plant Species and What Is Under Threat

Belarus is home to a diverse range of animal and plant species, but the biodiversity of the country is under threat from various factors. The unique natural complexes and ecosystems found in Belarus make up 65.8% of its territory, including two geo-botanical regions - the Eurasian taiga and European deciduous broad-leaved zones. The country has seen an increase in total forest cover over the years, but boreal areas are decreasing […]

todayOctober 4, 2023

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Exploring the History of Green Building in Belarus

Green building practices have gained significant attention in recent years, focusing on the use of sustainable design and construction techniques that have minimal environmental impact. Belarus, a country in Eastern Europe, has been making strides in the field of green building, aiming to create energy-efficient and eco-friendly structures.The history of Green Building in Belarus dates back to the early 1990s when the country gained independence from the Soviet Union. With […]

todaySeptember 10, 2023

Belarus green building

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Belarus Green Building: Pioneering Eco-Friendly Architecture

Belarus has emerged as a pioneer in eco-friendly architecture, with a focus on green building practices and sustainable development. The country has taken significant steps towards creating a sustainable built environment and promoting environmentally friendly design principles. Key Takeaways Belarus is leading the way in eco-friendly architecture and sustainable development The Green Belt project in Minsk is transforming former industrial zones into sustainable and green neighborhoods Sustainable building design and […]

todaySeptember 10, 2023


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Belarus sets five-year deadline to finish uncompleted construction projects

Belarus’ Architecture and Construction Ministry has announced plans to set a five-year deadline to complete all unfinished construction projects. The announcement was broadcast by Ruslan Parkhamovich, the architecture and construction… The post Belarus sets five-year deadline to finish uncompleted construction projects appeared first on Global Construction Review.

todayJanuary 4, 2023