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    WWF

    China Ecological Footprint
    Biocapacity, cities and development
    Report 2010

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    2003

    This document is the result of four years of collaboration by dozens of scientists, experts, and enthusiasts of nature conservation in the Russian Far East Ecoregion Complex. This region genuinely deserves unwavering attention due to its unbelievably rich biodiversity, charismatic plants and animals, and unique natural ecosystems. Today, leading conservation NGOs in the Russian Far East have pulled together to strengthen efforets to conserve biodiversity in the globally important region by elaborating and implementing this joint plan with concrete actions

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    2003

    This document is the result of four years of collaboration by dozens of scientists, experts, and enthusiasts of nature conservation in the Russian Far East Ecoregion Complex. This region genuinely deserves unwavering attention due to its unbelievably rich biodiversity, charismatic plants and animals, and unique natural ecosystems. Today, leading conservation NGOs in the Russian Far East have pulled together to strengthen efforets to conserve biodiversity in the globally important region by elaborating and implementing this joint plan with concrete actions

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    The current strategy addresses WWF-Russia priorities for conservation for the period 2013-2017 in the area of Northern Eurasia, including the Russian Federation and 5 countries of Central Asia.

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    The GTRP is the result of a collaboration among the 13 Tiger Range Countries and the partners of the Global Tiger Initiative.

    In the St. Petersburg Declaration on Tiger Conservation endorsed at the International Tiger Forum, Tiger Range Countries adopted the Global Tiger Recovery Program (GTRP). The official text of the Declaration is included here as a preface to the GTRP that follows.

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    Translated by Chang Youde and reviewed by Fan Zhiyong, 2014

    Preventing the extinction of well-known and visible species is a strong symbol of society’s ability to address fundamental threats to the environment. In addition to their fundamental role in the functioning and health of ecosystems, species are sources of income, food, and scientific, educational, cultural and recreational value. Some species serve as a focus for conservation and management action to save entire ecosystems.

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