|2007 3rd Annual Wild Salmon BBQ|
Pacific Environment supporters enjoyed wild salmon, beautiful views of the Golden Gate Bridge, great company and good music at our fundraiser for our Alaska program.
|2008 4th Annual Wild Salmon Barbecue|
Pacific Environment celebrated our twenty years of supporting grassroots environmental groups at our Wild Salmon Barbecue.
|Alternative Energy Exchange 2006|
Two activists and a county administrator travel from Altai, Russia to the San Francisco Bay Area to learn more about alternative energy technology, sustainable design, and energy policy. April 2006
|China's Water Pollution Crisis|
One of China’s most critical environmental problems is water pollution; 300 million people lack access to clean drinking water; over 70 percent of lakes and rivers are polluted; and according to an article in the Wall Street Journal, “factories and cities dump some 40 to 60 billion tons of wastewater and sewage into lakes and rivers each year.”
|China Program Exchange-2008|
Pacific Environment hosts its first China Program Exchange with 5 environmental leaders from our partner groups in China
|Chukotka: a Land Alive|
Virtual tour of Chukotka with photos by Vladimir Gorbunov.
|Clean Energy Day of Action|
On October 14, 2006, West Coast communities from Mexico to Washington State rallied for clean energy, and against dangerous, polluting LNG terminals. Here are some photos from the events.
|Community Based Fisheries: International Exchange|
In November 2006, Pacific Environment organized an international exchange program for Kamchatka community-based salmon fishermen and processors to meet their counterparts in the Pacific Northwest.
|Defenders of Tai Lake|
This photo gallery is a collection of pictures taken by or of Wu Lihong to document his efforts to clean up Tai Lake's polluted waters.
|Green Anhui |
Photos from a green education program in grade schools and a campaign against polluting chemical plants in Jiugangcun.
|Green Camel Bell|
Meet Green Camel Bell, Lanzhou's emerging environmental organization
|Green Stone - Partner Profile|
Green Stone is an environmental organization based in Nanjing, China
|Green Student Forum - River Cultures of Beijing|
These are photos of Green Student Forum's current environmental campaign called "River Cultures of Beijing"
|Kamchatka: Land of Fire, Ice, and Salmon|
Kamchatka has captured the hearts of explorers for centuries. Home to rich indigenous cultures, dozens of active volcanos, thousands of gigantic brown bears, and some of the world's most productive salmon spawning streams, it's no wonder Kamchatka captivates.
|Lake Baikal: The Pearl of Russia|
Glimpse the splendor of the world's oldest, deepest, and perhaps most beautiful lake
|Protest Against the Pipeline, Irkutsk - March 18, 2006|
Images from the March 18, 2006, protest in the Siberian city of Irkutsk, on the shore of Lake Baikal, which is threatened by a pipeline whose passage within 600 m of the lake was approved March 6, 2006.
|Sakhalin II Pipeline Fact-Finding Trip June 2006|
This is a gallery of photos of Royal Dutch Shell’s enormously risky Sakhalin II oil and gas project which show examples of severe environmental damage. The captions include the violations or possible risks depicted, the date, photographer, river or nearby river crossing, and the approximate kilometer of pipeline (KP) - referencing SEIC's listing on its website.
|Sakhalin Stories in Dillingham, Alaska|
Pacific Environment brought over Sakhalin community members to share their experiences with mega-oil and gas projects with Alaskans.
|Supporting the Grassroots: Pacific Environment's Partners in China|
Each year, Pacific Environment works with the Global Greengrants Fund to provide small grants to over 50 grassroots organizations around China. Our on-the-ground staff, led by Wen Bo, a respected Chinese activist who co-founded China’s first student environmental network, offers these groups and others capacity-building support so they have the skills and tools needed to succeed. Finally, through workshops and trainings, we bring Chinese activists together to learn from each other’s experiences and to develop cooperative campaigns, maximizing these grassroots groups’ social and environmental impact.
|Water Works: Supporting Environmental Groups in China to work on water pollution|
This photo gallery is a collection of images taken by Daniela Salaverry, China Program Co-Director during her August 2007 China Trip
|Wildlife Trade in China|
One of China’s growing conservation issues is the sale and exchange of wild animals and plants and products made from them. The wildlife trade industry is estimated to be worth billions of dollars, the majority of trade being illegal.
|Xiu's China Trip, September 2008|
Xiu Min Li, China Program Associate, visits Beijing, Harbin, Dalian, Lanzhou, Urmuqi