Study: Ecological and climatic discrimination in the occupied Crimea: dimensions and threats

July 29, 2022

The Crimean Tatar Resource Center presents the study Environmental and Climate Discrimination in the Occupied Crimea: Dimensions and Threats, in which the experts of the Crimean Tatar Resource Center analyzed the features of climate change, manifestations of natural phenomena and trends in climate comfort for the population of Crimea, and also identified those most vulnerable to environmental changes. environment of the territory.

Also, the existing regulatory legal acts and management decisions of the Crimean authorities, which cause environmental and climatic discrimination on the peninsula, were analyzed. This will make it possible to identify territories where preconditions for internal and/or external migrations are created, caused by climate change, a difficult environmental situation, and as a result of environmental and climatic discrimination.

In addition, an analysis was made of the possible social, environmental and economic negative effects of climate migration for the Kherson region.

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This study was published as part of the Initiative for the Development of Environmental Policy and Advocacy in Ukraine, implemented by the International Renaissance Foundation with financial support from Sweden.