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[14 Mar 2013 | Topics: ]

To: Mr. Zhang Cheng, General Manager
China Yangtze Power Co., Ltd.
CC: Mr. Cao Guangjing, Chairman of the Board of Directors
Subject: Controversial side-effects of Sino-Russian hydropower trade:
Social and Environmental Impacts of Trans-Sibirskaya
and Nizhne-Angarskaya Hydropower Projects
Date: 14.03.2013
Dear Mr. Zhang,
Rivers without Boundaries is a coalition of NGOs dedicated to protecting transboundary rivers. Today, on the International Day of Action for Rivers and Against the Large Dams, we write to you to express our serious concern regarding China Yangtze Power Co.’s plans to develop hydro projects in the Eastern Siberia. We were informed …

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[13 Mar 2013 | Topics: ]

As the International Day of Action for Rivers approaching  in Russia  we see  unusually constructive cooperation of  local communities, NGOs, provincial governments and agencies.  Most amazing that high officials set the tone, although most of them are completely unaware of this environmental date.
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[4 Mar 2013 | Topics: ]

The third meeting of the core group of pilot projects on adaptation to climate change in transboundary basins under the UNECE Water Convention and the first meeting of the global network of pilot projects took place on February, 20-21 at the Palais des Nations in Geneva, Switzerland.

The Palais des Nations, Geneva
The meeting marked the transformation of the Programme into a global network of basins working on climate change adaptation. This endeavour, carried out in cooperation with the International Network of Basin Organizations (INBO), enables the comparison of methodologies and approaches, …

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[11 Apr 2012 | Topics: ]

What does hydropower mean for the Russian environment? Galina Angarova of Pacific Environment talks about a joint venture between a Russian and Chinese company to build new dams for hydropower, and what changes this may bring for indigenous people and forests.

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[2 Apr 2012 | Topics: ]

At Boao Forum for Asia 2012 Annual Conference EN + CEO Artem Volynets reported: China and Russia could jointly develop hydropower to reduce dependence on coal.
Artem Volynets said, China’s generation is 70% dependent on coal, so in the future foreseeable future, coal is still a very important source of energy in China, especially in power generation and which is on planning issues related to coal, coal technology applications. The northern border of Russia and China, there are some energy sources, in particular, our Siberian hydropower development prospects are very bright, …

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[2 Apr 2012 | Topics: ]

After a week of public protests in the Amur River basin works on the Trans-Siberian hydro power plant are to be suspended in the nearest future, novostienergetiki.ru report with reference to the official statement of EN+ company and World Wide Fund for Nature.
The Russian office of WWF managed to sign an agreement with EN+ on carrying out the asessment the Amur River with the aim of defining its hydro potential and possible risks connected with the construction of the new hydro power plants. The exploration works will take all …