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The Khabarovsk Territory will choose the best environmental initiatives

The Ministry of Natural Resources of the Khabarovsk Territory announced the holding of the eighth annual ecological competition "EcoLider". Its goal is the development of civil initiatives in the field of ecology, stimulation of nature conservation activities in the territory of the region, identification of the most effective approaches to its organization. Since 2007, the number of participants in the competition has been constantly growing. The most active participants are representatives of educational institutions. Bright environmental projects are being implemented by public environmental organizations, youth associations, cultural and educational institutions. Enterprises are increasingly active in introducing environmental technologies in production

In accordance with the regulation on the annual environmental competition “EcoLider”, approved by the resolution of the Governor of the Khabarovsk Territory from October 22 2010 125 in October, individuals, individual entrepreneurs and legal entities implementing environmental projects (programs) in the current year can take part in the competition in the territory of the region, as well as the administration of urban districts and municipal districts of the region in the following categories of participants: "Municipal entity", "Large enterprise", "Enterprises I am a medium and small business "," Establishment, organization "," Educational institution "," Mass media "," Enthusiast "(individuals who are not professional ecologists)," Profi "(individuals who are professionally engaged in the environmental sphere) , “Let's save the Amur tiger” (individuals, individual entrepreneurs and legal entities that carry out measures to preserve the Amur tiger).

One application (program) aimed at improving the health and ecological well-being of the population and / or associated with scientific research, experimental design development, innovative technologies in the field of environmental protection and rational development of natural resources, environmental education and education, which includes the following sections: name of the category of participants; name of the project (program); its description (goals and objectives of the project (program), methods, scope and results of its implementation, the timing of its implementation); results of the analysis of the environmental, economic and social effectiveness of the project (program); additional information about the project (program) (photo and video materials, publications in mass media, diplomas, certificates, etc.).

In each category of participants, winners are determined, who are awarded the title “EcoLider-2014” of I, II, III degree. The winners of the competition are awarded a diploma of a corresponding degree and a memorable award symbol.

The competition commission has the right to establish special nominations depending on the applications submitted and to determine the participants who have distinguished themselves with the award of a special diploma.

The full text of the Regulations on the annual environmental competition “EcoLider” can be found in the section “Ecology” on the official Internet portal of the Government of the Khabarovsk Territory and on the website of the Ministry of Natural Resources of the Khabarovsk

Applications for participation in the competition and projects (programs) are accepted until 15 in November 2014 at the address: 680000, Khabarovsk, ul. Pushkin, 23a, 4-th floor, room. 414 (Committee for Environmental Protection of the Ministry of Natural Resources of the region). Applications are received Monday through Friday from 14.00 to 17.00 hours. Contact phone: (4212) 47-39-25, 47-39-26.

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