EthnoExpert’s R&D projects are the basis for the services and products we offer for solving business needs.
Scientific research creates new knowledge, new methods, models, and programs, which increase business system effectiveness. We use the original data obtained within the studies to support industrial project implementation.
EthnoExpert uses scientific research to create custom-made training programs, conduct educational seminars and workshops for non-professionals and junior level specialists. Taking part in such activities constantly enhances employee qualification.
During the 10-year period of this developmental direction, we have created a base of leading experts with whom we have worked in various disciplines, i.e. ecology, IT, sociology, anthropology, and other social sciences. All that makes up the focus of sustainability.
We have experience in raising funds by making efficient coordination with the leading scientific and educational centers in Europe, North America and Russia. EthnoExpert is open to implementing research projects in the field of climate change studies, environmental management and sustainable development around the world.
Our experts are key speakers at top-notch international scientific conferences. We constantly participate in and organize meetups, seminars, conferences, and panel sessions to contribute in sustainability knowledge growth and experience exchange.
The study Addressing the illegal hunting of Bewick’s swans in the Russian Arctic (2015-2016) was devoted to the problem of restoring migratory birds’ population that stays in the Arkhangelsk region and the Nenets Autonomous District during certain seasons. The project resulted in developing practical recommendations for stakeholders on hunting regulation improvement.
ECORA (2009) is a project carried out by the Global Environment Facility (GEF) and initiated by the biodiversity workgroup of the Arctic Council (CAFF), UNEP/GRID-Arendal and the Russian Federation. It uses an integrated approach to ecosystem management for biodiversity conservation and habitat fragmentation minimization in the Russian Arctic.
The Northern Expedition, 2007. Back then St. Petersburg State University specialists of different backgrounds joined forces to conduct a comprehensive survey of the Kaninsk tundra pre-industrial development areas: not only ethnographic, but also socio-economic, cultural and ecological.