Ecology

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Big Trails for the Big Lake
We talked with Roman Mikhailov, the head of the development department of the Big Baikal Trail, about what trails lake need today and how the organization has changed over the past 15 years.
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The Eco-trails of Baikal
Key To Baikal shares the story behind ecological trails and why they are so important for the lake.
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Tatyana Poselskaya: “I Chose Environmental Education”
The employees for whom the preservation of the lake and its unique nature is not just a job, but a work of a lifetime, have been working in the reserves and national parks located at Baikal and on the Baikal natural territory for more than one decade. Within the frame our section #ThePeopleOfTheLake we will talk about those who cannot imagine themselves without Baikal.
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The Great River and the Gull Island: the Things People Protect on Lake Baikal
International Day for Biological Diversity is celebrated on our planet on May 22. Unfortunately, this is the case when the problems in this sphere resulted in creation of this international day.
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A Meaningful Travel
A new #volunteersdiary by Anastasia Malakhova who came to participate in the winter project of the Great Baikal Trail at the Baikal Nature Reserve and understood how each of us can influence the environment and why it is so important to travel in a meaningful way.
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There will be enough water for everyone!
Irkutsk environmental community is angry and outraging. A plant for bottling and producing bottled Baikal water is being built in Kultuk, a small village on the coast of Lake Baikal. “Key to Baikal” learned to know how it will influence the lake water.