Pleistocene Park: An Ice Age Ecosystem To Save The World

A project in Yakutsk, Russia by The Pleistocene Park Foundation, Inc

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The world’s best plan to bring back a vanished ice age ecosystem and save the world from a catastrophic global warming feedback loop.
Backers: 747
Average Pledge Per Backer: $147

Funded: $110,144 of $106,000
Dates: Mar 10th -> Apr 9th (30 days)
Project By: The Pleistocene Park Foundation, Inc
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Latest News

Reindeer delivered to Pleistocene Park

April 8th - via:
The Kickstarter is not even over yet and Pleistocene Park is growing.  11 reindeer just arrived.  Nikita had an opportunity to purchase some from local herders and took it.  Here is a short video he took of rounding them up:     You'll need an... (Read More)

Nikita Zimov is presenting a webinar right now

April 8th - via:
Nikita Zimov is presenting a webinar right now.  Log in to listen.  Now it your chance to ask questions live.  (Read More)

Sustainable Design Master Class about Pleistocene Park

April 7th - via:
Nikita Zimov will be hosting a Sustainable Design Master Class tomorrow (Saturday) It will be a good chance to learn more about Pleistocene Park and ask Nikita your questions.  Learn more here:  (Read More)

We reached the goal!

April 6th - via:
Dear All!  Thank you very much for making our kickstarter campaign successfulll! As I said in the past it was our first attempt to invite people to participate in our project, and I am very happy that we have so many people supporting us, Both... (Read More)

Op-ed by Pleistocene Park director Nikita Zimov in International Business Times.

March 27th - via:
Good news of the day  An op-ed written by Pleistocene Park director Nikita Zimov has been published in the International Business Times.  You can read it here:... (Read More)

Half way!

March 24th - via:
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Pleistocene Park is almost half way!

March 21st - via:
Thank You everybody who has contributed!  We are almost half way through our campaign and we are almost half way to our goal.  That has a nice symmetry.  At this point most of our friends and dedicated supporters have probably already contributed... (Read More)

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