Eastern Europe

The Eastern-European region, comprising Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine, is one of the most industrialized areas within the former Soviet Union. This, coupled with important transportation and energy networks and intensive agriculture, accounts for the strategic importance of the region and its omnipresent environmental challenges. Among these are the still-present consequences of the Chernobyl nuclear accident, the risks posed by decrepit industrial infrastructures and the military legacies of the Soviet Union, instability in the region, complexities of managing shared water basins and the need to secure an independent and efficient energy supply at a minimum environmental cost. Climate change is increasingly adding challenges to these environmental problems.


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