- Forest Fires in the Russian Taiga: Natural Disaster or Poor Management? Taiga Rescue Network, Written by Mikhail Karpachevskiy. 2004
- Atlas of Russia’s Intact Forest Landscapes. - Moscow, 2002
- The Wild East: Trees in Transit. The timber trade between Siberia, the Russian Far East and China by BROC, Friends of Siberian Forests and Forests Monitor Ltd, October 2001
- The Last Intact Forest Landscapes of Northern European Russia.
Alexey Yu. Yaroshenko, Peter V. Potapov, Svetlana A. Turubanova - Moscow: Greenpeace Russia, 2001. - 75 pages.
- Survey of Illegal Forest Felling Activities in Russia (forms and methods of illegal cuttings) by Alexey Morozov. - M.: Greenpeace Russia, 2000.
The Last of The Last:
The Old-growth Forests of Boreal Europe
by Dmitry Aksenov, Mikhail Karpachevskiy, Sarah Lloyd, and Alexei Yaroshenko
Editor Sarah Lloyd Moscow. Taiga Rescue Network. 1999.
The Taiga Rescue Network report and maps of the old-growth forests of Northern Europe.
This publication is the result of the Old-growth Mapping Project conducted by a number of the TRN
participants over last few years. It includes the old-growth forest maps of Northern Europe covering four countries:
Finaland, Norway, Russia, and Sweden.
- The results of the public opinion poll concerning the use and protection of tne forests of Kareliay - M.: Greenpeace Russia, 2000.
- Sakhalin forest fires 1998 - M.: Greenpeace Russia, R&DC "ScanEx",
Sakhalin Environmental Watch, 1999.
Publications in Russian
After inquiry you can recieve following publications:
- Sustaining Profits and Forests. The Business of Sustainable Forestry./ The Sustainable Forestry Working Group of the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation - M.: Socio-Ecological Union, 1999, 36p. (In Russian)
- The Business of Sustainable Forestry: Case Studies./The Sustainable Forestry Working Group of the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation - M.: Socio-Ecological Union, 1999, 102 p. (In Russian)