Restore and protect the pristine nature allover Northern Eurasia by providing methodological and consultative assistance to conservation initiatives, green activists, staff of nature reserves, national parks and other protected natural areas.
Margaret Williams is the Managing Director of Arctic Program at the World Wildlife Federation. She has an MS in Environmental Studies from Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, and a BA in American Studies from Smith College. She has experience in Russian conservation, arctic wildlife and conservation issues, bering sea ecoregion envrionmental stresses, and biodiversity projects in Russia and Central Asia.
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