Traveler Fyodor Konyukhov, on an expedition to the drifting polar station at the North Pole in July of this year, will find out if there is microplastic in it ; Arctic Ocean, reports TASS.
He explained that “ wants to measure if there is microplastic at the North Pole when the drift is activated. & # 39; & # 39; According to Konyukhov, although the North Pole “ nobody pollutes '', the current still brings plastic there.
Konyukhov stressed that it is necessary to pay great attention to the study and cleanup of the Arctic.
Traveler intends to spend 10 days on an expedition to the North Pole in July at a drifting polar station, located on the pack ice. He will study, among other things, the intensity of the ice melt.
In January of this year, Fyodor Konyukhov was hospitalized after a trip to Mexico. His son Oscar then said doctors diagnosed his father with pneumonia but the coronavirus test came back negative.