Support the International Altai Expedition

 
$9,945
$20,055
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Remaining
Nov 1, 2011

On-going Altai Mir University projects

ancient stone constructions on the Ukok Plateau
ancient stone constructions on the Ukok Plateau

Thank you for your continued support for Altai Mir University.

The International Altai Expedition duing the summer of 2011 was a great success in opening people's awareness about the amazing global resource that Altai offers. Although the expedition is now completed, the work of Altai Mir University to protect Altai continues.

In particular, despite lack of any legal authorization, Gazprom continues to desecrate the sacred Ukok Plateau in preparation for an awesomely destructive gas pipeline directly through the UNESCO World Heritage Site there. If you would like to help the local Altai people to protect their sacred lands, please donate to 2002 Prevent desecration of pristine Altai habitats.

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Organization

Altai Mir University

Shoreline, WA, United States
http://www.AltaiMir.org

Project Leader

Carol Hiltner

Founder
Seattle, Washington United States

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