Ecology

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Protected Areas of Lake Baikal
Today, on the shores of Lake Baikal, there are 3 reserves and 2 national parks, which are open all year round for visitors and hold all the secrets of this ancient land. Our infographics will show you when and why they were created.
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Environmental problems of the Baikal: not by Spirogyra alone
Lake Baikal is not just a lake, but complex ecosystem. It contains the lake and its water-producing pond as well as organisms living in it. Let’s consider the main problems of ecosystem.
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360 minutes for Baikal
The Baikal Lake is one of the leading eco-tourism centers in our country. According to various sources each year from 500 thousand to 1 million tourists visit the lake. It means that its shores are inevitably littered, sometimes unacceptably much for a world-famous nature preserve. However there is no organization, which would be directly responsible for the cleanliness of coastal areas. What to do with the garbage?
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Who Will Save Baikal from Waste
The problem of recycling industrial and household waste in our days is becoming more acute due to the fact that the volumes of waste are increasing, while the recycling rate is incomparably slow.
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Ecological trails of lake Baikal
Baikal is becoming a popular spot of ecological tourism. Every year thousands of tourists visit the lake to see all it's beauty and to walk around it's shores. There are more than 10 ecologiacal trails around the lake today.
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Culture and Sports under the Slogan of Lake Baikal
Social movements and public initiatives have been launched on behalf of Lake Baikal for many years .The lake has become a symbol for charity events and campaigns that benefit the Baikal region and bring people together in an effort to make their lives better.