Baikal is a unique storage of fresh water on the landmass: 20% of the world’s fresh lake water reserves
Baikal is the deepest lake in the world (1637 m)
300 rivers flow into Lake Baikal
Baikal is the habitat for several thousands endemic plants and animals
Baikal is 25 million years old
Joining efforts to preserve valuable water resources for future generations.
Supporting current scientific research on the state of endemic populations of lake Baikal.
Introducing the concept of responsible tourism on the Baikal natural territory.
Developing methodological materials and lessons of various formats about the environment for a wide audience.
03 March 2020
A comment on the creation of a special ecological zone of the Baikal natural territory for the Baykalsk town.
12 February 2020
About spreading the experience of cooperation with protected areas on the example of the Chikoy national park.
16 January 2020
In February 2020, three finalists will receive a grant and will be able to start implementing their projects.
13 January 2020
Lake Baikal Foundation received a positive audit report from Deloitte based on the results of its activities for 2016-2018.
The Lake Baikal Foundation for Environmental Applications and Research pursues charitable and research objectives aimed at preserving the Lake Baikal natural territory and promoting its sustainable development. Join us!
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