Small-Scale Renewable Energy and Salmon Conservation in Kamchatka

Throughout the Russian Far East, the development of extractive fossil fuel industries is seen as the linchpin for economic development and the generation of hard capital reserves. Because the fossil fuel infrastructure of drills, pipelines, derricks, mines, and access roads poses a grave threat to the wild salmon stocks and the ecosystems on which they depend, the Wild Salmon Center is formulating policy and technical recommendations to meet the region’s energy and development needs while ensuring the protection of salmon habitat for posterity.

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