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Persian leopards go online
WWF and Ministry of natural resources and environment of Russia are launching live video streaming from a leopard pen in the Sochi National Park...
Alternative sources of income for local people of Altai will provide for better wildlife conservation
The Programme pf WWF and Citi Foundation of 2011 was aimed at drawing the people away from poaching and unsustainable nature resource consumption through developing business initiatives as an alternative source of income..
Citi Foundation and World Wildlife Fund (WWF) to support the development of small business to preserve the unique biodiversity of the Altai Mountains
The Citi Foundation has allocated $100,000 for nature conservation in the Altai Republic..
When will Russian companies go green?
WWF has presented its final report on the results of the project titled “Role of major Russian companies in the sustainable development” launched by WWF in 2006. An increasing number of Russian companies understand that environmental responsibility is a key part of a successful business, reports WWF...
Lower emissions - more profit for all
Paris, France -Twelve major corporations in WWF s Climate Savers Programme are on course to eliminate at least ten million tons of CO2 emissions annually by 2010. If 1,300 more large companies join them, this would fulfil the current climate targets of the Kyoto Protocol, says WWF...
WWF meets corporate partners
WWF-Russia held a meeting for its corporate partners with support of the RESO-Garantia company in Ararat Park Hayatt Moscow Hotel...