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Sustainability initiatives[edit]


Initiatives by topic[edit]

Community energy[edit]

wikipedia:Renewable energy in Russia

Climate action[edit]

wikipedia:Climate change in Russia

Cycling activism[edit]

Critical Mass bicycle rides in Russia

Open spaces[edit]

wikipedia:National parks of Russia

News and comment[edit]


Here's why I'm celebrating Russia's fire ban, November 16 [1]


16,000 people in more than 120 Russian cities participate in “Bloggers against Garbage” action, August 11, [2] Marina Litvinovich. Not without controversy though, as some say this is the "straightforward responsibility of municipal authorities".

2010, First Ushahidi Experience, [3] August 10

Fires rage on as Moscow suffers 'hottest day ever, [4] July 29

The Battle for Khimki Forest, Yevgenia Chirikova, March 17, Veronica Khokhlova, [5] “The plan to construct a section of the new Moscow-St.Petersburg motorway through the legally-protected Khimki Forest Park will destroy a rare eco-system. Dogged local resistance has turned this into a national, even international issue. But it has not derailed the plan.”


Russia plans to raise CO2 production by 30% before 2020, [6] June 22


Russia moves Sochi Olympic sites. The organizers of the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in the Black Sea resort of Sochi have decided to relocate several facilities away from a protected wilderness area, [7] July 4.

UN joins environmental calls for Russia to move Olympic site, Greenpeace warns Olympic Village threatens rare and endangered species, [8] June 2

See also[edit]

Interwiki links[edit]

Wikipedia: Russia

External links[edit]


This page includes Creative Commons Licensed content from the Sustainable community action wiki on Wikia.
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  1. Greenpeace New Zealand
  3. Global Voices
  5. Global Voices Online
  6. The Reference Frame
  7. United Nations Environment Programme
  8. Greenpeace