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Crimea anticipates that funds for this purpose will come from the State Environmental Fund. Renewable energy sources in Russia are planning to bring up to 20% Russian ecologists offer to bring up to 20% share of renewable energy in Russia for a solution to global warming. This was stated by participants of a conference on national policy Climate and Energy, organized by the Russian Socio-Ecological Union (RSES) and ending on the last Wednesday in St. Petersburg. According to rses, the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions by developed countries, including Russia, may slow climate change. According to scientists, Russia could, by 2020, reduce emissions by 25% compared to 1990 levels.

For Russia the possibility of reducing greenhouse gas emissions could be much higher due to fundamental change in energy policy, state support for energy based on renewable energy sources, implementing energy efficiency and conservation in all sectors of the economy and life society. The share of renewable energy sources, wind, solar, geothermal, biofuel, in energy balance can be raised to 20%. In Africa, open a branch of Greenpeace November 13, 2008 Greenpeace opened its first office in Africa – a region suffering most acutely from the consequences of reckless handling of man with nature. Whole of the African continent by early next year will run three offices of Greenpeace – a Johannesburg (South Africa), Kinshasa (Democratic Republic of Congo) and Dakar (Senegal). This is a key area to address the most pressing for the continent’s environmental challenges: climate change, deforestation, depletion oceans.