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115 teams submitted applications for ecotourism development competition
Applications for the All-Russian competition for the creation of tourist and recreational clusters and the development of ecotourism in Russia have completed. The organizing committee received 11 5 applications from 68 regions, uniting 926 team members.
According to the press service of the tender operator - Center for Strategic Development Agency, many of the submitted applications include projects aimed at the development of several protected areas at once. The total number of natural territories in the framework of the competition is 239, and the total area of the territories participating in the competition is 58 million hectares - almost ¼ of all protected areas of the country.
Representatives of the Northwestern Federal District showed the highest activity - 22 applications. From the Siberian and Central Federal Districts, 20 applications were received, from the Volga and Southern Federal Districts - 18 and 14 applications, respectively. 11 applications were submitted from the Far Eastern Federal District, eight from the Urals, and four from the North Caucasus. The leader in the number of applications submitted is Karelia. Six teams claim victory from her.
From July 13, experts begin work. They will gain access to applications and select the top 30 projects. From July 13 at the official Online contest began a popular vote. Its results will be provided to the tender committee and, possibly, will help another project come true.
You can vote for projects until July 23. Only users registered on the site can participate. Everyone can vote for an unlimited number of projects from any region, but for one project only once. Further, the Competition Commission will select the 30 best applications, in its opinion, whose multidisciplinary teams will be able to participate in a specially developed Acceleration Program. The tender commission will announce the decision on July 28.