In Russia, 80 forest fires were extinguished per day :: Society :: RBC

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Over the past day, 80 forest fires were extinguished in Russia. This is reported by Forest Protection, RIA Novosti reports.

The total area of ​​extinguished forests amounted to 2113 ha. As of midnight on June 29, 246 forest fires were recorded in the country on an area of ​​more than 165 thousand hectares. All these fires are actively extinguished.

The most serious situation with forest fires is now in Chukotka – there are 14 outbreaks registered there, the fire spread over an area of ​​more than 41 thousand hectares.

The media learned about the plan of the Ministry of Natural Resources to reduce forest fire control zones

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Earlier in June, it became known that the Ministry of Natural Resources was proposing to reduce the so-called control zones – the territory of the forest, where regional authorities were allowed not to put out fires due to inaccessibility. Last summer, these sites accounted for 90% of all forest fires in the country.

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Consumption: Confesercenti, in 6 months -1.900 euro, Phase3 is not enough – Economy

The restart is not enough to recover the consumption lost for the coronavirus emergency. Despite the reopening of businesses from May, the balance sheet for the first six months of the year still remains strongly negative, with an average drop in expenditure estimated at -1,879 euros per family.
This is what emerges from the calculations conducted by Confesercenti.
The drop in spending is mainly due to the stop of activities during the acute phase of the pandemic, but also to the prudence shown by families in the recovery period. If before the crisis the average saving was 8 euros per 100, now we have reached 11, with a consequent increase in savings: in 2020 the Italians accumulated 32 billion more bank deposits (+ 20%) than in 2019, driven from the situation of uncertainty.

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