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Protecting Russia’s Last Siberian Tigers
November 26th, 2012
Sergei Bereznuk, winner of the 2012 Rolex Award, employes technology and education targeted at the younger generation to stop poachers from killing the last Siberian tigers in the Russian Far East.
Environmental Entanglements Across the Pacific
November 15th, 2012
A video of a keynote speech at Lewis and Clark College given by Zhao Zhong, Pacific Environment's new China Program Coordinator.
The New Environmentalists—From Kenya to the Arctic Circle
September 26th, 2012
A new film in the Emmy Award-winning series portraying the 2012 Goldman Environmental Prize winners, including Pacific Environment’s Partner, Caroline Cannon. It will air on PBS stations throughout the nation starting mid-November. Check the local PBS listings for broadcasts in your city.
Alaskan Environmental Hero Caroline Cannon Wins 2012 Goldman Environmental Prize
April 9th, 2012
Caroline Cannon, an Inupiat community activist from Point Hope and long-time partner of Pacific Environment, received the prestigious 2012 Goldman Environmental Prize for her efforts to protect her Arctic homeland from offshore oil and gas development.
Russian Environmental Hero Dmitry Lisitsyn Wins 2011 Goldman Environmental Prize
April 11th, 2011
Dmitry Lisitsyn of Sakhalin Environment Watch, one of Pacific Environment’s long-term partners in the Russian Far East, received the prestigious Goldman Environmental Prize for his work to protect Sakhalin Island’s forests, Salmon habitats, and the endangered Western Gray Whale.
Shell Releases 2011 Alaska Offshore Drilling Plans
October 11th, 2010
Pacific Environment criticizes Shell Oil’s 2011 offshore drilling plans in the Arctic Ocean’s Beaufort Sea.
Russian Environmental Hero Marina Rikhanova Wins 2008 Goldman Environmental Prize
April 10th, 2008
Marina Rikhanova of Baikal Environmental Wave, one of Pacific Environment’s long-term partners, received the prestigious Goldman Environmental Prize for her work to protect Lake Baikal, the world’s oldest freshwater lake from industrial pollution and convincing President Putin’s government to reroute the Transneft Siberia-Pacific Pipeline away from the lake in 2006.