Ukrainian Nature Conservation Group has launched a fundraising campaign to support national parks and reserves.
The footage appears online, showing Russian troops digging around the “redwood forest,” a burial site for trees that had absorbed maximum doses of radiation exposure from the Chernobyl accident.
We have repeatedly approached to all major buyers of russian wood from Europe and came across the Austrian company Pulp Mill Holding.
A striking example of the impact of the war on birds was Russia’s invasion of eastern Ukraine.
Radiation threat to Europe: 7,600 hectares of radiation-contaminated forests are burning in the Chornobyl Exclusion Zone
Large-scale wildfires are currently taking place in the western part of Chornobyl.
44% of the most valuable natural areas of Ukraine are covered by war: join the initiative “Save nature in the days of war together”!
1,654,736 hectares of virgin steppes are located in the zone of hostilities.
Some national parks have found themselves in a humanitarian disaster zone.
We performed a rapid assessment of agricultural areas that will likely not be sown due to hostilities.
WWF International and other international environmental NGOs are ignoring the war in Ukraine. What’s the problem?
The current apolitical position of large international NGOs like WWF proves their impotence.
The world-famous Biosphere Reserve “Askania-Nova. F.E. Falz-Fein “ is now struggling to feed their animals.