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Ecologists Reject Offers of Builders of Toll Highway Moscow-Petersburg
2.02.2012 12:09
Ecologists Reject Offers of Builders of Toll Highway Moscow-Petersburg

The French company Vinci tries to resolve the prolonged conflict about the Khimki forest in Moscow, having made of it not only the roadside, but also an international project that will return money to support ecology and, probably, reassure the dissatisfied.
      
      The well-known ecological adviser Tristan Lekont, involved in the decision of this problem, suggests organizing a project on Vincis and later attracting assets of other world companies into it.
      
      Representatives of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the Russian branch of Greenpeace and activists defending the Khimki Forest have rejected the offer.
      
      Activists see it as an attempt to pay off from the active part of community with such green PR.
      
      Source:
      izvestia.ru
      newsmsk.com
Author: Vera Ivanova


Tags: Khimki Forest WWF Ecology Corruption Russian Roads 

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