Central Asia

The Central Asian region, comprising Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan, has seen its rich natural resources industrially exploited and processed for decades, often leading to considerable environmental pollution and degraded land.

Abandoned Soviet-era uranium mines and pesticide dumps threaten the life of local communities, like in the Ferghana valley. The dried-up Aral Sea, increased by climate change phenomena, is also a reminder that managing transboundary basins with many competing interests, such as in the Amu-Darya river basin, is not an easy task.

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