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The Circle 01.18
The Circle 01.18
1 May 2018
The Circle 03.17
The Circle 03.17
1 February 2018
Polar Bear CAP Scorecard
Polar Bear CAP Scorecard
30 January 2018
Prospects and opportunities for using LNG for bunkering in the Arctic regions of Russia
Prospects and opportunities for using LNG for bunkering in the Arctic regions of Russia
1 July 2017
Factsheet: Keeping people and polar bears safe
Factsheet: Keeping people and polar bears safe
26 February 2016
Modeling oil spills in the Beaufort Sea
Modeling oil spills in the Beaufort Sea
15 December 2014

Meet the team

Alexey Knizhnikov

Alexey Knizhnikov

WWF-Russia

Leader, Extractive Industry Programme

Ekaterina Khmeleva

Ekaterina Khmeleva

WWF-Russia

Advisor, Environmental Law

Alexey Kokorin

Alexey Kokorin

WWF-Russia

Head, Climate and Energy Program

Sergey Rafanov

Sergey Rafanov

WWF-Russia

Head, Kamchatka-Bering Sea Ecoregional office

Mikhail Stishov

Mikhail Stishov

WWF-Russia

Coordinator, Arctic Biodiversity Conservation Projects

Oleg Sutkaitis

Oleg Sutkaitis

WWF-Russia

Director, Barents Office

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