Baltic Sea states seek clean-up; Russia expands oil

Reuters: Political and business leaders meet in Helsinki on Wednesday to spur efforts to clean up the Baltic sea, which has suffered from decades of pollution and is a focus of Russia's oil and gas expansion plans. The Baltic, which organizers call the most polluted sea in the world, remains for adjacent countries a major destination for untreated sewage and many chemical pollutants, including agricultural waste that causes blooms of algae that choke marine life. It is also facing ......

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