The problems of transboundary cooperation in conservation of threatened species are disscussed in Ulaan-Baatar
Today the workshop devoted to transboundary cooperation in conservation of threatened species of Dauria started in Ulaan-Baatar (Mongolia). The workshop will be held on April 25-28. The first part of it is devoted to the conservation of transboundary population of Mongolian gazelle, the second – to the conservation of some bird species – White-naped crane, Great bustard, Swan goose, and Baer’s pochard.
The organizators are the UNDP/GEF project “Improving the Coverage and Management Efficiency of Protected Areas in the Steppe Biome of Russia” and the represantative of Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) in Mongolia.The majority of environmental organizations working in Mongolia will take part in this workshop. Among them there are Russian and Mongolian parts of Daurian International Protected Area, Russian-Mongolian Biological Expedition, WWF, Wildlife Science and Conservation Center of Mongolia, administrations of Mongolian protected areas of Eastern Mongolia, experts from the A.N.Severtsov Institute of Ecology and Evolution and Institute of Biology MAS, USAID representative, etc.
See the workshop’s agenda on the UNDP/GEF Steppe project’s website.
Deadline for the proposals – June 15, 2019
Deadline the proposals – June 15, 2019
International scientific-applied conference «Nature Conservation: achievements, challenges and prospects»
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