Thousands of People Celebrate the 14th Anniversary of Tiger Day Festival in Vladivostok

On Sunday, September 29, 2013, thousands of people flooded into Vladivostok to watch its colourful annual Tiger Day Festival. The weather was beautiful, and the parade was a great success. Over 4,000 brightly colored costumed participants proceeded down Okeansky Avenue, … Продолжить

Environmental Journalism Awards – 2012

On June 5 – the Russian Day of the Ecologist and the World Environment Day, the jury announced the winners of the Sixth Far Eastern Environmental Journalism Awards Taiga Alive – 2012, competition of nature protection journalism. We congratulate the winners and laureates! Продолжить

Environmental Journalism Awards

On June 5th, 2008, the winners of the Second Far Eastern Journalists Contest “Alive Taiga” were announced during a press conference in the Arseniev Museum in Vladivostok. The first Journalists Award was launched in 2006 by five initiators: the Phoenix Fund, WWF-Russia, Wildlife Conservation Society, Union of Ecological Press-Clubs of the Russian Far East and Primorsky Department of Federal Nature Use Service, in order to attract more attention to nature conservation issues. Продолжить

Tiger Day-2011 in Vladivostok

In Vladivostok there is a wonderful tradition to celebrate Tiger Day on the fourth Sunday of September. It was Vladimir Troinin who came up with an idea of the holiday, and 12 years ago, thanks to local ecological NGOs and city administration, the idea was brought into life. Продолжить