Lake Baikal is a unique storage of fresh water on the Earth: 20% of the world’s fresh lake water reserves

The Baikal is the deepest lake in the world (1642 m)

300 rivers flow into Lake Baikal

Lake Baikal is the habitat for several thousands endemic plants and animals

Lake Baikal is 25 million years old

23 January 2020

Modern trends of business involvement in the implementation of the sustainable development goals demonstrate the relevance of the partnership between corporate and non-profit sectors in achieving socially oriented objectives. Lake Baikal Foundation is open to cooperation in the area of consulting support in elaborating and facilitating the implementation of a company’s sustainable development strategy regardless … Continue reading “Programs for sustainable business”

13 March 2020

One of the most pressing environmental threats in the modern world is large-scale pollution of freshwater ecosystems. Lake Baikal is a unique storage of fresh water on Earth — it contains 20% of the world’s water lake resources. One of the problems that the Baikal faces today is the lack of scientific data that would serve … Continue reading “Water Conservation”

13 March 2020

Specially protected natural areas give a person a unique opportunity to get in touch with wildlife and learn how to take care of ecological systems. One of the main threats from irresponsible tourism is waste left in natural areas. At the same time, up to 50% of garbage in national parks is potentially recyclable secondary … Continue reading “Sustainable Tourism”

13 March 2020

The formation of an environmental culture and the development of education in the field of sustainable development is one of the main tasks for achieving the strategic goals of the environmental state policy of Russia, which corresponds to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (Goal #4: Quality Education). However, in practice, the level of environmental … Continue reading “Environmental Education”

13 March 2020

Global partnership and cooperation are an integral part of achieving all sustainable development goals. It needs to be strengthened by involving many stakeholders who mobilize and disseminate knowledge, technology and financial resources. It is important to encourage and encourage effective partnerships between the state, the private sector and civil society, drawing on the experience and … Continue reading “Partnership for Sustainable Development”

28 April 2022

Russia is warming about 2.5 times faster than the global average. The consequences of climate change already impact the socio-economic development, the functioning of natural ecosystems, the life and health of people. In the Baikal region, which is a fragile ecosystem inhabited by lots of terrestrial and aquatic endemics sensitive to temperature changes, such processes … Continue reading “Climate action”

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