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Shoot: Stop the Forest Fires Project Russia - Infographics

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In 2018-2020 GPRU was actively working on decreasing the number of grass fires (the primary cause of forest and peat fires in Russia) and catastrophic peat fires which lead to toxic haze in the settlements and premature death cases. Our strategy was built on development of the regional voluntary forest firefighters network, raising awareness and educating people about fire prevention and creating educational materials for schoolchildren and distributing them in schools.
Peat Fires are not Invincible in Russia
14 Jan, 2021
Peat Fires are not Invincible in Russia
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Voluntary Forest Firefighters Network Russia in 2020
14 Jan, 2021
Voluntary Forest Firefighters Network Russia in 2020
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The Situation with Spring Fires in Russia is Changing
The Situation with Spring Fires in Russia is Changing
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Self-Ignition is Less Believed to be a Cause of Wildfires in Russia
14 Jan, 2021
Self-Ignition is Less Believed to be a Cause of Wildfires in Russia
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Dry Vegetation Burning is Recognised as a Cause of Wildfires in Russia
14 Jan, 2021
Dry Vegetation Burning is Recognised as a Cause of Wildfires in Russia
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Peat Fires are not Invincible in Russia
Peat Fires are not Invincible in Russia
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The Situation with Spring Fires in Russia is Changing
14 Jan, 2021
The Situation with Spring Fires in Russia is Changing
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