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The Baikal Watershed: -> Largest, deepest, and oldest fresh water lake in the world -> Nearly 400 miles long and contains 20% of the earth’s unfrozen fresh water **TBI HAS SUSPENDED OPERATIONS INDEFINITELY AND CANCELED 2014 PROGRAMS**

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”The SEE Program is great for a global perspective, and shows how politics and power dynamics play with scientist and policy developers…” - Jeremy Sokulsky ‘95 SEE Alumnus, Environmental Incentives, President **TBI HAS SUSPENDED OPERATIONS INDEFINITELY AND CANCELED 2014 PROGRAMS**

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The centerpiece of TBI’s activities is a university-level environmental exchange program which is conducted each year on two continents, at Lake Tahoe and Lake Baikal. **TBI HAS SUSPENDED OPERATIONS INDEFINITELY AND CANCELED 2014 PROGRAMS**

TBI has hosted students from the USA, Russia, Mongolia, China, France, Germany, the UK, Cameroon, and many, many more. **TBI HAS SUSPENDED OPERATIONS INDEFINITELY AND CANCELED 2014 PROGRAMS**

Making a Sustainable Future

Making a Sustainable Future

Tahoe-Baikal Institute (TBI) fosters a future where sustainable communities thrive in concert with their environment by connecting passionate young leaders with inspiring, place-based watershed education in two of the world’s premier freshwater ecosystems: Lake Tahoe in the Sierra Nevada and Lake Baikal in southern Siberia.

Our Programs

Our Programs

We bring together young, environmental leaders from North America, Russia, Mongolia, and other parts of the world, to study environmental science, policy, and management at these two superlative lakes.

Our Alumni

Our Alumni

2013 Alumni Internship Exchange overview - details on this summer’s Alumni Exchange!

 

 


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