Category: <span>Baikal Lake</span>

En+ Group (ENPL) dismisses accusations of Lake Baikal mismanagement and sells the World Heritage in London for USD 1.5 billion

As the En+ Group started trading at London Stock Exchange on November 3 and promised to disclose its prospectus “shortly”, we publish excerpts from an article in Forbes by Kenneth Raposa  written a day before the IPO. The RwB still hopes to learn how the  En+ risks associated with Lake …

Conservationists ask the Lord Barker of Battle to consider En+ Group’s impacts on the Lake Baikal World Heritage Site

Today, the Rivers without Boundaries International Coalition (RwB), a union of conservationists protecting aquatic ecosystems and communities depending on them, sent an appeal calling for conservation of the Lake Baikal to the Lord Barker of Battle, a new Chair of the En+Group, that combines aluminium, hydropower and coal assets. The …

Mongolia can say with a clear conscience, “Look at what you yourselves are doing with Baikal!”

"We have achieved something of a success story," says activist Aleksandr Kolotov. "But it is far too early to celebrate victory."   IRKUTSK, Russia — Environmentalists in Russia’s Far East have been celebrating a small victory in a long war to protect one of the world’s great natural treasures, Lake …

Shuren and Orkhon Dam Bids Cancelled by the World Bank Project in Mongolia !!!

  Notices on cancellation of bids for feasibility studies and environmental assessments on two Baikal -Selenge basin dams were posted on MINIS Project web-site.  This finally signifies that practically ALL  rightful demands consistently voiced by the RwB have been finally honored: –Consultations in Russia and Mongolia held at 35 locations …