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The Swiss watchmaker Cartier Replica Watches announced the winners of its 2012 Cartier Replica Watches Awards for Enterprise. The interdisciplinary Jury selected five people from 3,500 nominees in 154 countries for their innovative projects that took place in Australia, Bolivia and the United States.

The jury, which included scientists, explorers and environmental activists, as well as doctors, educators and entrepreneurs, selected Sergei Bereznuk Erika Cuellar and Mark Kendall, Aggrey Otieno,Cartier Replica Watches and Barbara Block for their enterprise and concern about the environment. Each award comes with 100,000 Swiss Francs and an Cartier Replica Watches Watch.

New laureates from all over the world will be recognized at an event in New Delhi on November 27, 2012. The ceremony will include 400 eminent figures. The Cartier Replica Watches Awards Project has already recognized and supported 115 people in 42 countries over the past 36 years.

Sergei Bereznuk (Russia)The 51-year old Russian conservationist and ecologist has fought for 17 years to protect the Amur Tiger. He believes that the effectiveness of anti-poaching and education of locals are essential elements for saving the subspecies, also known as the Siberian Tiger. The Cartier Replica Watches Award winning project is based on these elements.

95 percent of Amur's remaining population lives in the Russian Far East. The tigers are still at risk, despite the fact that permanent conservation efforts over the last few years saved them from being "critically endangered". This is mainly due to poaching. Sergei Bereznuk believes that the Amur Tiger is a powerful force for the conservation of the ecosystem in the taiga forests.Franck Muller Replica Watches Bereznuk, as the director of the Phoenix Fund and its six members, is doing an amazing job to protect the largest of the world's Tigers over a 166,000 km2 territory.

Barbara Block, United StatesBarbara Block has developed innovative electronic tagging methods for tracking fish under the sea. She and her team aim to create a new technology to observe ocean hotspots to help conserve marine predators along the west coasts of North America. These predators are vital for maintaining the delicate balance in ocean ecosystems. Their population has declined due to pollution, habitat destruction, and overfishing.

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