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Organika supports sustainable practices and contributes to the preservation of the Amur Tigers and other endangered rare species. As an official partner of the WWF and the Amur Tiger Center, we donate over 1% of our turnover to animal charity.

In 2021, we donated more than 3% of our turnover in animal welfare programs.

Year of the Tiger 2022 is very special for Organika. Throughout the year, we are donating an additional 5% from sales of Organika in biodegradable bottles for rare animal support initiatives.
Organika supports sustainable practices and contributes to the preservation of the Amur Tigers and other endangered rare species. As an official partner of the WWF and the Amur Tiger Center, we donate over 1% of our turnover to animal charity.

In 2021, we donated more than 3% of our turnover in animal welfare programs.

Year of the Tiger 2022 is very special for Organika. Throughout the year, we are donating an additional 5% from sales of Organika in biodegradable bottles for rare animal support initiatives.
Organika supports sustainable practices and contributes to the preservation of the Amur Tigers and other endangered rare species. As an official partner of the WWF and the Amur Tiger Center, we donate over 1% of our turnover to animal charity.

In 2021, we donated more than 3% of our turnover in animal welfare programs.

Year of the Tiger 2022 is very special for Organika. Throughout the year, we are donating an additional 5% from sales of Organika in biodegradable bottles for rare animal support initiatives.
Organika and THE WORLD WILDLIFE FUND
WWF is a world’s leading conservation organization that works in nearly 100 countries to tackle the most pressing issues at the intersection of nature, people, and climate.

Together with partners at all levels, WWF transforms markets and policies toward sustainability, tackle the threats driving the climate crisis, and protect and restore wildlife and their habitats.

The largest WWF projects supported by Organika are:
  • WWF Automated Automated space monitoring programme;
  • WWF Mountain patrol programme.
Organika is an official
partner of the WWF
WWF is a world’s leading conservation organization that works in nearly 100 countries to tackle the most pressing issues at the intersection of nature, people, and climate.

Together with partners at all levels, WWF transforms markets and policies toward sustainability, tackle the threats driving the climate crisis, and protect and restore wildlife and their habitats.

The largest WWF projects supported by Organika are:
  • WWF Automated Automated space monitoring programme;
  • WWF Mountain patrol programme.
WWF is a world’s leading conservation organization that works in nearly 100 countries to tackle the most pressing issues at the intersection of nature, people, and climate.

Together with partners at all levels, WWF transforms markets and policies toward sustainability, tackle the threats driving the climate crisis, and protect and restore wildlife and their habitats.

The largest WWF projects supported by Organika are:
  • WWF Automated Automated space monitoring programme;
  • WWF Mountain patrol programme.
Organika х WWF Automated
space monitoring programm
Organika participates in the WWF project on preserving forests - the home of the Amur tiger (one adult tiger needs at least 450 square kilometers to live in freedom).

The highly sophisticated framework is managed by a neural network and consists of specialized equipment and software that monitor the areas from space, an interactive map and autonomous high-tech drones.

Multiple photos are constantly taken from space, analyzed by the neural network and automatically compared with the stack of older photos. If the discrepancies are considered a threat - the inspectors set off to the area in question. If the area is hard to reach - they use drones. They can cover a 1km distance in hard-to-reach areas in less than 5 minutes.
The progamm made it possible to:
  • analyze the condition of forest and survey large wild areas;
  • if necessary, register the boundaries of forest and landscape fires;
  • detect and register illegal logging, protect the forests;
  • map the terrain and address other relevant forestry issues.

Since the launch of the system, the WWF Automated space monitoring programme together with WWF staff and mobile teams, has detected over 120 illegal logging activities with a total volume of approximately 8000 m3 of wood and total damage of over US $12.5 Million.

At present, the system also works in a proactive mode, saving the habitat of the Amur tigers from illegal logging and fires.
Organika participates in the WWF project on preserving forests - the home of the Amur tiger (one adult tiger needs at least 450 square kilometers to live in freedom).

The highly sophisticated framework is managed by a neural network and consists of specialized equipment and software that monitor the areas from space, an interactive map and autonomous high-tech drones.

Multiple photos are constantly taken from space, analyzed by the neural network and automatically compared with the stack of older photos. If the discrepancies are considered a threat - the inspectors set off to the area in question. If the area is hard to reach - they use drones. They can cover a 1km distance in hard-to-reach areas in less than 5 minutes.

The progamm made it possible to:
  • analyze the condition of forest and survey large wild areas;
  • if necessary, register the boundaries of forest and landscape fires;
  • detect and register illegal logging, protect the forests;
  • map the terrain and address other relevant forestry issues.

Since the launch of the system, the WWF Automated space monitoring programme together with WWF staff and mobile teams, has detected over 120 illegal logging activities with a total volume of approximately 8000 m3 of wood and total damage of over US $12.5 Million.

At present, the system also works in a proactive mode, saving the habitat of the Amur tigers from illegal logging and fires.
Organika participates in the WWF project on preserving forests - the home of the Amur tiger (one adult tiger needs at least 450 square kilometers to live in freedom).

The highly sophisticated framework is managed by a neural network and consists of specialized equipment and software that monitor the areas from space, an interactive map and autonomous high-tech drones.

Multiple photos are constantly taken from space, analyzed by the neural network and automatically compared with the stack of older photos. If the discrepancies are considered a threat - the inspectors set off to the area in question. If the area is hard to reach - they use drones. They can cover a 1km distance in hard-to-reach areas in less than 5 minutes.

The progamm made it possible to:
  • analyze the condition of forest and survey large wild areas;
  • if necessary, register the boundaries of forest and landscape fires;
  • detect and register illegal logging, protect the forests;
  • map the terrain and address other relevant forestry issues.

Since the launch of the system, the WWF Automated space monitoring programme together with WWF staff and mobile teams, has detected over 120 illegal logging activities with a total volume of approximately 8000 m3 of wood and total damage of over US $12.5 Million.

At present, the system also works in a proactive mode, saving the habitat of the Amur tigers from illegal logging and fires.
Organika x WWF Mountain
patrol programm
The main goal of the program is preservation of the Snow Leopard (Irbis) population.

The Snow Leopard is one of the least studied and rarest felines on the planet. According to estimates of WWF, the number of snow leopards in the world has decreased by 20 percent in the last 16 years alone, with only 4000 to 7500
individuals of the snow leopard remaining on the planet.

Today the main threats to the snow leopard are:
  • poaching;
  • destruction of habitats due to climate change;
  • increase in the number of domestic cattle;
  • reduction of the number of wild ungulates.
The main goal of the program is preservation of the Snow Leopard (Irbis) population.

The Snow Leopard is one of the least studied and rarest felines on the planet. According to estimates of WWF, the number of snow leopards in the world has decreased by 20 percent in the last 16 years alone, with only 4000 to 7500
individuals of the snow leopard remaining on the planet.

Today the main threats to the snow leopard are:
  • poaching;
  • destruction of habitats due to climate change;
  • increase in the number of domestic cattle;
  • reduction of the number of wild ungulates.
The main goal of the program is preservation of the Snow Leopard (Irbis) population.

The Snow Leopard is one of the least studied and rarest felines on the planet. According to estimates of WWF, the number of snow leopards in the world has decreased by 20 percent in the last 16 years alone, with only 4000 to 7500
individuals of the snow leopard remaining on the planet.

Today the main threats to the snow leopard are:
  • poaching;
  • destruction of habitats due to climate change;
  • increase in the number of domestic cattle;
  • reduction of the number of wild ungulates.
The project is executed by professional inspectors who go on anti-poaching raids throughout the year. They spend cold winter nights in tents and work in summer under heavy rains and extreme heat. Their main tool for the raids is a special rugged off-road vehicle, that can withstand rough terrain in the
mountains, forests and rocky plains.

Along with the raids, the inspectors conduct preventive talks to the local population about illegal hunting and the importance of preserving the snow leopard.

In year 2021, the inspectors сonducted 5 global raids (over 10000km/6200miles by car, on foot, and on horseback).
The project is executed by professional inspectors who go on anti-poaching raids throughout the year. They spend cold winter nights in tents and work in summer under heavy rains and extreme heat. Their main tool for the raids is a special rugged off-road vehicle, that can withstand rough terrain in the
mountains, forests and rocky plains.

Along with the raids, the inspectors conduct preventive talks to the local population about illegal hunting and the importance of preserving the snow leopard.

In year 2021, the inspectors сonducted 5 global raids (over 10000km/6200miles by car, on foot, and on horseback).
The project is executed by professional inspectors who go on anti-poaching raids throughout the year. They spend cold winter nights in tents and work in summer under heavy rains and extreme heat. Their main tool for the raids is a special rugged off-road vehicle, that can withstand rough terrain in the
mountains, forests and rocky plains.

Along with the raids, the inspectors conduct preventive talks to the local population about illegal hunting and the importance of preserving the snow leopard.

In year 2021, the inspectors сonducted 5 global raids (over 10000km/6200miles by car, on foot, and on horseback).
In 2021, Organika went on a charity expedition to one of the Snow leopard habitats, the Sailugem National Park. Specialists of the Park are successfully implementing a project on the preservation of the habitat of the Irbises.

Within WWF Mountain patrol programme Organika:
• donated a durable off-road vehicle with a trailer and a year's supply of fuel;
• financed patrol raids for the coming year;
• donated new high-tech autonomous trap cameras.
In 2021, Organika went on a charity expedition to one of the Snow leopard habitats, the Sailugem National Park. Specialists of the Park are successfully implementing a project on the preservation of the habitat of the Irbises.

Within WWF Mountain patrol programme Organika:
  • donated a durable off-road vehicle with a trailer and a year's supply of fuel;
  • financed patrol raids for the coming year;
  • donated new high-tech autonomous trap cameras.
In 2021, Organika went on a charity expedition to one of the Snow leopard habitats, the Sailugem National Park. Specialists of the Park are successfully implementing a project on the preservation of the habitat of the Irbises.

Within WWF Mountain patrol programme Organika:
  • donated a durable off-road vehicle with a trailer and a year's supply of fuel;
  • financed patrol raids for the coming year;
  • donated new high-tech autonomous trap cameras.
Organika and Amur Tiger Center
Organika is an official partner of the Amur Tiger Center - an autonomous non-commercial organization established for the preservation and research of the Amur tiger population.
The Amur Tiger represents strength, resilience, beauty, and
wild-born nature. It's the largest cat on the planet and until
recently it was considered an endangered species. Organika annually supports the Amur Tiger Center, financing special brigades that fight poachers and illegal logging of cedar trees and providing the necessary equipment for research and protection of the Amur Tigers.

In 2021 Organika donated 100 new high-tech cameras with high-definition sensors to help monitor the tigers in rehabilitation and maintain safe observation.
AMUR TIGER CENTER
  • provides support to special teams to combat poachers and illegal logging of cedar trees;
  • ensures that tigers in trouble stay in rehabilitation centers develops a network of scientific and environmental stations;
  • is engaged in educational and legal activities
Organika is an official partner of the Amur Tiger Center - an autonomous non-commercial organization established for the preservation and research of the Amur tiger population.

AMUR TIGER CENTER
  • provides support to special teams to combat poachers and illegal logging of cedar trees;
  • ensures that tigers in trouble stay in rehabilitation centers develops a network of scientific and environmental stations;
  • is engaged in educational and legal activities
The Amur Tiger represents strength, resilience, beauty, and
wild-born nature. It's the largest cat on the planet and until
recently it was considered an endangered species. Organika annually supports the Amur Tiger Center, financing special brigades that fight poachers and illegal logging of cedar trees and providing the necessary equipment for research and protection of the Amur Tigers.

In 2021 Organika donated 100 new high-tech cameras with high-definition sensors to help monitor the tigers in rehabilitation and maintain safe observation.
Organika is an official partner of the Amur Tiger Center - an autonomous non-commercial organization established for the preservation and research of the Amur tiger population.

AMUR TIGER CENTER
  • provides support to special teams to combat poachers and illegal logging of cedar trees;
  • ensures that tigers in trouble stay in rehabilitation centers develops a network of scientific and environmental stations;
  • is engaged in educational and legal activities
The Amur Tiger represents strength, resilience, beauty, and
wild-born nature. It's the largest cat on the planet and until
recently it was considered an endangered species. Organika annually supports the Amur Tiger Center, financing special brigades that fight poachers and illegal logging of cedar trees and providing the necessary equipment for research and protection of the Amur Tigers.

In 2021 Organika donated 100 new high-tech cameras with high-definition sensors to help monitor the tigers in rehabilitation and maintain safe observation.
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