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Russian Occupation Threatens Crimea’s Fragile Environment, Ecologist Says
25 May 2014 9:54 AM
Occupation authorities rarely take good care of the environment of the territory they have seized, and the Russian Anschluss of Crimea is no exception, with the Russian ecological legislation and practice significantly less good than their Ukrainian counterparts, according to Volodimir Boreyko, head of the Kyiv Ecological-Cultural Center.
Boreyko’s views on five ways in which the Russian occupation has already harmed the environment of Crimea are presented in a Kasparov.ru blogpost today by Oleg Kozyrev, who has attracted widespread attention for commentaries on social networks and his frequent video posts
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