Home » , » Keeping the Amur River Wild and Free

Keeping the Amur River Wild and Free

The Amur River is the largest, still free-flowing river in Asia, and its basin the most biodiverse

region in Russia. But its vast forests, wetlands, and steppes, as well as its endemic tigers, leopards, cranes, and bears are threatened by a voracious demand for energy and natural resources. Drawing on lessons learned over the past 25 years, Pacific Environment’s new report, Conservation Investment Strategy for the Russian Far East, reflects the geographical and strategic priorities identified by some of the world’s most respected experts on the region. Read more: https://www.pacificenvironment.org/keeping-the-amur-river-wild-and-free/
Share this video :

0 comments:

Post a Comment

 
Support : Copyright © 2016. dada - All Rights Reserved
Template Created by Travel Mongolian
Proudly powered by DG