Knowledge base

Biodiversity conservation Report on the summer expedition for marking sealsReport on conservation and recruitment of the Olkhon vole populationReport on water birds monitoring on lake BaikalReport on protecting and studying the population of the yellow-breasted bunting Water conservation Report on «Point No1» program for 2017Report on «Point No1» program for 2018Report on «Point No1» program for 2019Report of sanitary and microbiological assessment of water quality in lake Baikal (project of the Limnological Institute of the SB RAS )Report on the research of actinobacteria synthesizing antibioticsReport on the results of development of implantable fluorescent biosensors Sustainable development Report on the project «Along the Doppelmayer’s trail» Partnership for sustainable development Intellectual Volunteers of Baikal — report on evaluation of CSR projects
Study on the solid communal waste morphology in Zabaikalsky national parkPool of recycling secondary raw materials companies in the Irkutsk region and the Republic of Buryatia
«Attitudes of Russians towards the environmental issues: water resource problems, actions taken to protect the environment and NPOs work assessment»Social study «Trash Free National Parks» (ecological behavior of tourists in Zabaikalsky national park)«The Baikal: Opinion of the Irkutsk Region and the Republic of Buryatia Population on Ecological Problems of the Lake»«What is Lake Baikal for the Russians?»
Guidelines for waste handling in specially protected natural areas: project together with the Agency for Strategic InitiativesSurvey of 140 federal special natural protected areas (SPNAs) conducted by the Agency for Strategic Initiatives in collaboration with the Ministry of Natural Resources of the Russian Federation and Lake Baikal Foundation

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