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Green economy

  • Author:
    E. Feditchkina Tracy, A. Lankin
    This work offers an analysis of timber and wood product exports from the Russian Far East for the year 2015. It examines the basic parameters of timber exports, export destinations, major export patterns, and target markets. The analysis also includes ranking the leading wood product importers in the Far East, investigates the export structure and quality of timber processing and considers the possibility of expanding product variety. Particular attention is given to the Chinese market, the largest market for timber from the Russian Far East.

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  • Author:
    Brian Milakowski, Elena Fedichkina
    Timber export from the Russian Far East in 2004-2014. Recommendations for Responsible Timber Trade / Brian Mikakowski, Elena Feditchkina— Vladivostok: WWF-Russia, 2015. — 8 pp.

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  • Author:
    E. FEDICHKINA, E. SHVARTS
    article, "Russia Beyond The Headlines", May 13, 2016
    Experts from WWF’s Amur branch assess the environmental impact of moving certain Chinese industries to Russia’s highly forested peripheral eastern region.

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  • 4 Green Silk Road Initiative Declaration 22 December 2016 | 206 Shows
    We are convinced that, by uniting forces, participants in our ‘Green Silk Road Initiative’ will more efficiently promote and support implementation of tasks listed above. These tasks also require cooperation with all other key stakeholders of integration processes in Eurasia.  We invite all interested members of civil society to join our Initiative.
    This Declaration was adopted at the Civil Society Workshop «The New Silk Belt and Road Initiative (BRI): Towards Responsible Social and Environmental Policies and Practices» held on November 18, 2016 in Moscow, Russia and is open for signing\ joining.


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  • Author:
    WWF China, 2015
    Research on International Experience of Enviromental and Social Management Framework for Multilateral Development Banks

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  • 6 The Belt and Road Initiative 19 May 2017 | 171 Shows
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    WWF Briefing paper, 2017

    WWF Recommendations and Spatial Analysis


    We have undertaken a preliminary spatial analysis of the possible environmental impacts. This paper summarises our findings and recommendations. In it, we outline ways in which the initiative (also known as the New Silk Road) could be designed and implemented to maximise the potential sustainable development benefits and minimise the potential negative impacts.

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