Save nature’s gift: the Russian Geographical Society expedition continues the systematic study and cleanup of the Arctic

— For me this is a special project, because according to its concept it is larger-scale than others from a number of environmental, — said Tatyana Smirnova, head of the communications and project management department, coordinator of volunteer projects of the Murmansk branch of Atomenergosbyt. — There was an effective collaboration of many organizations here: the Russian Geographical Society, the military of the Kola Flotilla of the Northern Fleet, scientists, Ecofactor, employees of Atomenergosbyt JSC, Citymatik JSC, and volunteers from the Russian North Ossetia. It was nice to see involvement and interest both in the process and in the result. A high level of emotional intelligence and a sense of humor allowed us to prove ourselves as effective communicators and full-fledged team members, each of whom was aware of their involvement in the common cause. Kildin Island is a mysterious place, an Arctic point of attraction, and volunteers still have a lot to do to preserve its unique and very fragile ecosystem.

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