WWF's Amur-Heilong Programme

The international WWF network joins forces to conserve the Amur-Heilong Ecoregion Complex (AHEC).

After having been active in the Russian Far East since 1994, WWF extended its ecoregional programme during the past three years in 2006 to also cover Northeast China and Northeast Mongolia. Furthermore, work on market and trade links was intensified, linking Russia and China to the markets in Japan, the US and Europe.

So far eight WWF national organizations and program offices in China, Germany, Japan, Mongolia, Netherlands, Russia, UK, US as well as WWF International work closely together to help save the Amur-Heilong ecoregion. A Steering Committee oversees the work in the ecoregion and gives strategic direction.

Contact

WWF Russia, Amur Branch,
Eugene Simonov
Olga Sass
Verkhneportovaya Str. 18A
Vladivostok, 690003, Russia
Telefax; +7 4232 414 868
www.wwf.ru

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Amur-Heilong Steering Committee. From the left: Dr. Zhu Chunquan (WWF China), Dermot O'Gorman (WWF China), Lou Jia (WWF China), Esther Bloom (WWF Netherlands), Darron Collins (WWF US), Yuri Darman (WWF Russia), Diane Walkington (WWF UK), Frank Morschel (WWF Germany), Igor Chestin (WWF Russia), Georg Schwede (WWF International), Batbold (WWF Mongolia)
© WWF Russia
WWF China Programme,
Room 1609, Wen Hua Gong
Beijing Working People's Cultural Palace
100006 Beijing, PR China
Telefax: +86 10 6522 7100
www.wwfchina.org

WWF Mongolia Programme,
c/o Hydro-
meteorological
Environmental
Monitoring Agency
Ulaanbaatar-46, MONGOLIA
Telefax: +976 11 310237
www.wwf.mn

WWF United States,
Darron Collins, PhD
Managing Director
World Wildlife Fund
Washington DC
1250 24th Street NW
Washington
United States of America
T: 404-228-5897(office)
Cell: 202-459-7617

Amur-Heilong Programme Activities

The entire Amur Heilong Programme is based on the ecoregional approach and works under a joint programmatic structure.
The programme addresses six areas of work:
  • Species Conservation
  • Habitat Protection –ecological network
  • Amur Integrated River Basin Management (IRBM)
  • Law enforcement
  • Sustainable natural resource use
  • Communication
All participating offices are responsible for communicating and profiling WWF’s work in the region, within the network, as well as to the outside world. This page provides link to information from country offices on panda.org.
WWF United Kingdom,
Diane Walkington
Godalming
Panda House Weyside Park Godalming
United Kingdom (UK)
T: +44 1483 426 444
F: +44 1483 426 409

WWF Germany,
Frank Moerschel
Frankfurt
Rebstoeckerstrasse 55 60326 Frankfurt/Main
Germany
T: +49 69 79 14 40
F: +49 69 61 72 21
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WWF at work
© WWF Russia / Olga Sass
WWF Netherlands,
Esther Blom
Leader Freshwater Programme
Driebergseweg 10 3708 JB Zeist
Netherlands
T: +31 30 6937 333
F: +31 30 6937804

WWF Japan,
Eishi Maezawa
Nihonseimei Akabanebashi Bldg.
3-1-14 Shiba Minato-ku
Tokyo 105-0014
Japan
T: +81 3 3769 1711
F: +81 3 3769 1717

WWF International,
Gary Miller
Av. du Mont-Blanc 27 1196 Gland
Switzerland
T: +41 22 364 91 11
F: +41 22 364 88 36

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