Jennifer Sutton is a co-author of a famous textbook of the English language for Russian students.
"Baikal Wave" unites young scientists and environmentalists in an effort to protect Lake Baikal - the world's oldest and deepest lake.
Baikal Wave organizes volunteer trips and internships. Contact Baikal Wave
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Deutsch-Russischer Austausch e.V.
(Koordinator für das Praktikantenprogramm) Brunnenstr. 181 10119
Berlin Tel.: 030-446680-0
Zentrale/ -24 Stephan Malerius
Contact Jennifer Sutton and "Baikal Wave":
Lermontova 130, office 323, 326
Phone: +7 (3952) 514369, Fax: 514370
Irkutsk REAP partner "Baikal Farmer"
Marina Khomotova, Office Manager
William Mueller, Director
1109 31st Street NE
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Phone: (319) 366-4230
Fax: (319) 366-2209
The centerpiece of TBI's activities is a university-level environmental exchange program which is conducted each summer on two continents, at Lake Tahoe and Lake Baikal. The summer program makes use of the unusual and varied natural locales for which these regions are known. It draws widely on university and other institutional resources in the United States and Russia.
In addition to the summer student exchange, TBI brings together experts and researchers from North America and Russia in various environmental disciplines. Such connections help to improve the quality of environmental programs, projects, and research -- and, ultimately, environmental decision-making -- in both countries.
P.O. Box 13587
South Lake Tahoe, CA 96151-3587
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