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"10 thousand steps to life" for every Muscovite
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"10 thousand steps to life" for every Muscovite

In 13 metropolitan parks and squares, anyone can go the health route "10 thousand steps to life" under the guidance of a healthy lifestyle instructor. Before the start, instructors will give lectures for participants to share tips and tricks on ways to maintain and strengthen health, types of outdoor activities and a balanced diet.

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April 12, Peruqua returns to St. Petersburg with a concert “Breath of Love”

The performer of the most feminine music on the planet Perucua will perform on April 12 in St. Petersburg with a 2-hour music program, and on April 14 will tell the participants of Organic woman club how to reveal her sensuality and sexuality. Peruua is Australia's # 1 World Music genre (according to ReverbNation), the author and composer of her songs, which has credited 11 albums and 18 international concert tours, leading the world's largest workshops for women, and the author of such popular techniques as “Vocal Yoga” "," Emotional Cleansing. "
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On April 20-21, St. Petersburg will host the “BIG RESALE WEEKEND” festival of sustainable consumption in fashion

On April 20-21, the “BIG RESALE WEEKEND” festival will be held at one of the most popular venues in St. Petersburg, “Sevcable Port”, which will introduce citizens to the ideas and practices of caring for the environment and conscious consumption. The organizers urge to free the house from unnecessary clothes, buy not a new but high-quality designer item at the price of a mass market, meet people who share the same views - all this raises the mood, gives reason to respect yourself and makes the world a better place.
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Global Trend: Edited Genome Foods

The "transcribed" genome soybean oil is already used in cooking in the American restaurant chain. And in Japan, CRISPR-food was allowed to sell in grocery stores. Calyxt's American bioengineers introduced the first product based on genetic editing techniques - soybean oil with a reduced content of saturated fats and without harmful trans fats.
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The cafe at the Garage Museum refused one-time plastic.

The Garage Museum of Modern Art is introducing eco-initiatives that allow not just not to spend more, but, on the contrary, to save: on electricity, paper and plastic. The museum café replaced disposable plastic items with paper cups, cornstarch lids, sugarcane food containers, gluten-free pasta instead of straws.
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Scientists have found out which antibiotics are the most harmful to the stomach

An experiment with four popular antibiotics proved that just one treatment course can cause irreparable damage to the most important microorganisms. The intestinal microbiota consists of trillions of microorganisms that regulate human immunity, and the more diverse the microbiome, the better for the body. Antibiotic treatment disrupts the intestinal microflora.
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April 13 in Moscow will host the largest eco-festival Green Day: Life Detox!

On April 13, the largest festival for lovers of a healthy lifestyle will be held in the Space Space of the FLACON Design Factory. This year it is dedicated to renewing the body. The program states: a large eco-market with the best natural and organic products; speeches by experts in the field of healthy lifestyle, organic cosmetics, healthy nutrition; meeting with celebrity guests, eco-business leaders and popular bloggers who will tell you all about total spring detox; free face-to-face course; master classes (eco-makeup, mikhendi, a master class on cooking healthy smoothies, a master class on cooking natural scrubs); children's area with entertainment; prize drawing from partners; creative photo zone.
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Eco-friendly taxis successfully started to work in Moscow

More than 200 Citimobil taxi service cars now run on natural gas methane as part of the "First Time - First Gas!" The equipment is installed in cars on a rental basis. By the end of 2019, CityMobil plans to increase the number of environmentally friendly taxis to 1,000. The authors of the "First Time - First Gas" campaign report that natural gas vehicles emit ten times less harmful substances into the atmosphere than their gasoline counterparts, and their fuel costs are three times less.
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"Grocery store" - the first food festival that refused plastic, will be held in Yekaterinburg on August 3.

The traditional summer festival of food “Deli”, which is familiar to all fans of tasty and interesting food in Yekaterinburg, will be held for the first time this year under the slogan “without plastic”. For 6 years in a row, summer restaurants, food projects and farmers have been gathering for the summer food festival. This year it will be held for the first time under the slogan “without plastic”.
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In Sochi, built a football field from recycled plastic cups

A soccer field of 2.5 tons of recycled plastic beer glasses used during the matches of the 2018 World Cup appeared in Sochi. The field was made as part of a program for the efficient use and enhancement of the legacy of the World Cup. “For the manufacture of the field, we used 50 thousand.
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Russian organics may begin to be labeled with a sign developed by the National Organic Union

The official graphic sign of Russian organic products may be a sign developed by the National Organic Union (FNL). The sign is a leaf on a green field with the inscription "organic" in Cyrillic and Latin letters. The sign will be launched no later than the fall of 2019, so that organic producers when developing labels for next year have time to foresee its application to their products.
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Moscow took third place in the ranking of the most vegetarian cities in Russia

The results of a federal sociological survey conducted in March 2019 by independent Zoom Market agencies showed that only 2% of vegetarians live in Russia. The survey was conducted by the method of personal interviews (total 4080) in 34 cities of the Russian Federation. Respondents were asked three questions: “Do you eat meat?”, “Do you consider yourself a vegetarian?
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Where Muscovites can hand over bed linen and towels for recycling

Now residents of the capital can donate unnecessary home textiles not only to IKEA. Bed linen, bath towels and bathrobes, curtains, rugs - everything except carpets - can be handed over in any of the city containers of the Second Wind Foundation. Things (especially synthetic or with synthetic elements) must be disposed of in a special way.
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Gayane Breiova opened in Moscow a restaurant of non-boring vegan cuisine “Vegatutnye”

A new restaurant, destroying stereotypes about vegan cuisine, Vega, opened in the Moscow food mall "Depot". The project was the result of the joint work of the famous restaurateur Gayane Breiova and Alexander Orlov. Gayane Breiova is the author of a book with recipes of vegetarian and raw food cuisine "SyRAW Doing". Her travels to India, Bali and an understanding of modern world trends in gastronomy helped to decide to open a vegetarian institution in Moscow.
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A campaign to collect recycling equipment has started in Moscow

“ElectroVesna” begins in the capital - a campaign to recycle old, idle televisions, microwaves, irons, hair dryers and other equipment you no longer need. “ElectroSpring” is an excellent occasion to conduct an unscheduled “cleaning” in your home and free up space for more modern and necessary equipment.
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Australia launches food and drug delivery service drones

Project Wing has received permission from the Australian authorities to launch a food and drug delivery service for drones in Canberra. The service has been tested for the past 18 months, delivering medicines, burritos and locally produced products. The Australian Civil Aviation Safety Authority decided that these drones and their control systems do not pose a threat to people, property and aircraft.
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Every month for 4 years, Chelyabinsk residents collect recycled materials to help the animal shelter

The charity event was organized by Irina Styufeeva from Chelyabinsk. Its essence is simple - on the appointed day, place and time, the protesters bring waste paper and plastic, the volunteers turn it in for processing, and the proceeds give the shelter. So one action helps both ecology and animals. The first time 245 kg of paper were collected, now about 2 tons of waste paper is collected on average.
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