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Publication of Strategy and Action Plan for Wetland Conservation in Russian Federation

17-Feb-2000

Wetlands International's Moscow office has just published the Strategy and Action Plan for Wetland Conservation in the Russian Federation (in Russian). An English version will be published soon. The ...
Wetlands International's Moscow office has just published the Strategy and Action Plan for Wetland Conservation in the Russian Federation (in Russian). An English version will be published soon. The publication is a result of the National Wetland Conference that was held in February 1999 in Moscow by the State Committee of Environment Protection and Wetands International, which was the first intersectoral and national conference of its kind with about 400 participants. Several working groups of Russian scientists and policy makers have since been working on various sections of it. The publication represents a major milestone for our Russian Programme, as it will (and already does) form the basis of our programme development in Russia for the coming years.

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