The common take-away was that «to become nature lovers, people need to have access to nature». Thus, the number one task is to create a legislative framework, currently all but non-existent. More Topics / Sustainable tourism / ecotourism / nature tourism /
The Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East and Arctic, Rostourism, the Government of the Kamchatka Region, and the «Three Volcanoes Park» signed a strategic cooperation agreement.
Sergey Tyrtsev, First Deputy Minister for Development of the Russian Far East and Arctic; Zarina Doguzova, head of Rostourism; Vladimir Ilyukhin, Governor of the Kamchatka region; and Sergey Bachin, Chairman of the Board of the «Three Volcanoes Park», signed the strategic cooperation agreement at the Eastern Economic Forum in order to launch an investment project to create a world-class resort and accessible-to-all recreation infrastructure around the Mutnovsky, Vilyuchinsky and Gorely volcanoes of the Three Volcanoes Park.More Topics "Three Volcanoes" Park
Rosa Khutor to hold the 2nd International Conference “Sustainable Tourism: Global Challenges and Discovering Russia”
The second conference will focus on specific ways to grow sustainable tourism in different climates. Russia is a very large country, and every part of it is unique, which must inevitably be taken into account when launching tourism projects. We created five booths to represent various climate zones of Russia – the Arctic, the Russian North, the Temperate Zone, South and East — where Russian and foreign participants will be able to discuss issues, and share best practices and insights.More Topics Rosa Khutor
The first place in the nomination «Medicine of choice for the treatment and prevention of SARS and influenza among children» was granted to «Polyoxidonium», produced by NGO Petrovax Pharm.More Topics Petrovax Pharm
D-line ropeway, a first in Russia, will be built at the Rosa Khutor Resort in Sochi in time for the 2019-2020 ski season, announced Austrian Doppelmayr’s press-service.More Topics Rosa Khutor