Non-profit project "Save Baikal"
Lake Baikal is a UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site, and only together we can preserve it. Over twenty-five million years old and with a depth of 1,642 meters, Lake Baikal is the oldest and deepest lake on Earth.
Situated in south-east Siberia, Lake Baikal contains 20% of the world's total freshwater reserve. Its age and isolation have produced one of the world's richest and most unusual freshwater faunas, which is of exceptional value to evolutionary science. Bio diversity of its flora and fauna is unique, most of the plants and animals found there are unique species that can be found only there.
Organization of cleanup, land preservation and educational activities
Connect people from all over the world to protect the ecosystem of Baikal
Development and implementation of complex programs for protecting and monitoring the environmental condition in the area around Baikal, which includes the work of Shore Services which helps to prevent harm to the enviroment
Development of an efficient model for waste collection on the Baikal Coast and its phase-by-phase introduction into popular tourist areas.
Organization of planned one-day events and the Baikal Shore Service camp
Development of educational manuals and lectures for the Baikal region and other similar territories
Exchanging experiences, cooperation on international levels. Promotion of ecological knowledge, skills and ecotourism
Since 2011, with the assistance of volunteers and sponsors from all over the world, we have held more than 45 events about how to protect and preserve Lake Baikal, participated in conferences, and collaborated with companies and the government. For 10 years we have been supported by about 4,000 people. Together we were united by the energy of one of the most significant lakes on the planet - Lake Baikal.