Ecology

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Volunteer’s Diary: How to Stop Postponing and Start Acting
I have no company, I don’t know where to start, I have never been hiking: these are only several reasons why you have not yet become a volunteer. The author of our new #volunteersdiary Ekaterina has told how she managed to overcome her own fears and come to Lake Baikal from Moscow, so that to make the lake a little cleaner.
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What Can Be Done with the Legacy of the Baikalsk Pulp and Paper Mill?
It was easier to close the Baikalsk Pulp and Paper Mill than to remove the damage done by it to Lake Baikal.
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A Short Story of a Big Case
A new #volunteersdiary for the “Key to Baikal” has been written by Roman Mikhailov who went to Olkhon together with the BBT project in early September for the purpose of saving the springs of Lake Baikal.
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The Ice-Bound Island: Winter Volunteering
If you want to not only visit Baikal, but also engage in some useful activity, and you cannot do this during the summer holidays, then you winter is waiting for you!
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The Baikal level fell to the record lowest mark
Answering the most common question: why fluctuations in the water level influence the lake ecology and could it be harmful to Baikal.
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The Situation on Lake Baikal: No Changes So Far
We continue to keep you informed about the fluctuations in the level of Lake Baikal and why this is important.