The purpose of the Contest is the formation of a moral culture and an active position of the younger generation in relation to the problem of cruel treatment of domestic and homeless animals.
- Increased environmental literacy of the population;
- Formation of careful, as well as humane attitude to domestic and homeless animals;
- Raising public attention to the existing problems of cruelty to domestic and homeless animals;
- Development of children's cooperation in the field of animal protection on the basis of exchange of experience in the implementation of various creative activities;
- Popularization and promotion of careful attitude to pets by means of artistic fine art;
- Education of children in a careful attitude to the common universal values in accordance with the principle of mercy;
- Stimulation and development of the creative potential of young people on the basis of the study of natural, historical and cultural heritage;
- Increased veterinary control and gradual reduction of the number of homeless animals by humane methods, protection and care for them.
The organizer of the Contest:
Museum and Educational Center "Otrazheniye" of the Municipal Budgetary Institution "Center for Culture and Sports of Talinka", Oktyabrsky District, Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug – Ugra
The website of the Museum and Educational Center "Otrazheniye" http://ckstalinka.ru/muzej/
“Save and Preserve” International Environmental Campaign
International Environmental Campaign "Save and Preserve" is a large-scale socially significant environmental project implemented in the Autonomous Okrug since 2003, and since 2004 it has been held under the auspices of UNESCO and Northern Forum. International Environmental Campaign "Save and Preserve" is a unique socially-significant ecological project that consolidates the efforts of the authorities and the public in addressing environmental management and environmental protection. Implementation of this project in the context of national environmental policy is a mechanism to facilitate the implementation of the basic principles of sustainable development of society.
The action is aimed at improving the system of environmental education and awareness, improve the ecological culture of the public, the development of interregional and international cooperation in ensuring the environmentally sound, sustainable development of the Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug - Ugra.
The events of the 16th International Ecological Action "Save and Preserve" took place in the Autonomous Okrug on 18 May - 8 June 2018 under the motto "You are the one who helps make the planet clean!" This year's Action's topic was "Waste handling".
For more information please follow thr link: http://ecofest-ugra.ru/en/
Feodosiya Gabysheva, Deputy of the State Assembly of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) (Il Tumen), Chairman of the Committee on Science, Education, Mass Media and Affairs of Public Organizations of the State Assembly of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) (Il Tumen)
Integration of federal and international standards in the field of education for the preservation and development of human capital in the Arctic and the North
Project coordinator: Nikita Tananaev, leading researcher of the Permafrost Institute named after P.I. Melnikov SB RAS
Participating regions: Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Area, Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), Alaska, Krasnoyarsk Krai
Brief information: Floods are a global problem. In the North, it has regional characteristics. Since the rivers freeze for the winter, every spring the ice breaking and the subsequent ice drift creates the danger of flooding and even flooding of coastal settlements - it is enough to recall the devastating flood of 2002 in Yakutia. The relevance of this project is therefore difficult to overestimate.
Leading region: rotation of regions
Participating regions: Sakha Republic (Yakutia), Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug, Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug, Hokkaido
Brief information: The Youth Eco-Forum meets every year or a year and is a great place for teenagers and young people. At the forum, they not only can get to know each other and have a good time, but also share their experience about the environmental problems of the places where they come from. Focal topics - prevention of climate change, improving environmental literacy of citizens, urban ecology and the like; moreover, topics are updated for each new forum.
Project coordinator: Innokenty Okhlopkov, the director of the Institute of Biological Problems of the Cryolithozone of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences
Participants: Chukotka Autonomous District, Dalarna, Alaska, Vologda, Kamchatka Territory, Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Area