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Strategy for Polar Bear conservation in the Russian Federation

Strategy for Polar Bear conservation in the Russian Federation

The Strategy has been formulated in line with the recommendations given in the Strategy for Conservation of Rare and Endangered Animal, Plant and Fungi Species that was approved by the Russian Ministry of Natural Resources, Order No. 323 of 6th April 2004.

The draft of the Strategy was approved by the Mammal Section of the Commission on Rare and Endangered Animal, Plant and Fungi Species of the Russian Ministry of Natural Resources at a meeting held on 4th December 2009.

The Action Plan up until 2020 on the implementation of priority actions for the conservation of the Polar Bear, as defined in the Strategy for Polar Bear Conservation in the Russian Federation.

The Action Plan was based on the Strategy for Polar Bear Conservation in the Russian Federation that was approved by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, Decree No. 26-r of 5th July 2010. The Plan is a recommendatory document and reflects the opinions of experts on how to implement the Strategy.

The Action Plan was approved (Protocol No. 10) by the Mammal Section of the Commission on Rare and Endangered Animal, Plant and Fungi Species by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment of the Russian Federation at a meeting that was held on 4th December 2009.

The Strategy for Polar Bear Conservation in the Russian Federation.  Action plan for the period until 2020 on the implementation of priority Polar bear conservation measures, defined by the Strategy for Polar bear conservation in the Russian Federation. - Moscow, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, All-Russian Scientific Research Institute for Nature Conservation, Severtsov Institute of Ecology and Evolution, WWF-Russia. 59 pages.
Was published — october 2010