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Experts from Russia and Mongolia to learn more on planning

24 august 2016
Daursky Nature Reserve hosted an Open Standards seminar on how to work out management plans for transboundary protected areas of the Amur River basin.

Representatives of three Mongolian and six Russian PAS came to the meeting as well as specialists from the both countries WWF offices. The Open Standards method suggests the conduction of a true-to-life, comprehensive analysis of nature and social environment of each PA. On its base all nature conservation projects and programs are being developed and put into action. The participants tried to make a joint work plan, to assess existing threats, and define strategic tasks for conservation of the Daursky Ecoregion using Daursky International Protected Area (DIPA) as an example. The meeting is a good demonstration of the mutual interests to conserve nature of Russia and Mongolia. 

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