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The solution of the economic and environmental problems of Crimea should be a subject of special attention - Khlobystov

Yevhen Khlobystov, a member of the Expert Council of the Crimean Tatar Resource Center for Environmental Protection and Sustainable Development of Crimea, said during his speech at the founding forum Crimea - A Look into the Future that Ukraine should develop and agree on a state strategy for the reintegration of Crimea already today.

24 August 2022

Sea turned yellow in the occupied Crimea

In Kerch, the sea turned yellow near the beach of Mama. Kerch locals believe that some chemicals got into the water.

24 August 2022

We can direct the results of the study of the CTRC to the strategy for the de-occupation of Crimea - Khlobystov

Member of the Expert Council of the Crimean Tatar Resource Center for Environmental Protection and Sustainable Development of Crimea Yevhen Khlobystov, during the presentation of the environmental study of the CTRC Environmental and climatic discrimination in the occupied Crimea: dimensions and threats, emphasized that the results of this study can be directed to the strategy of de-occupation of Crimea.

10 August 2022

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

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.

3 August 2022

This is a war for resources - Svitlana Boychenko on the reasons for the full-scale invasion of the Russian Federation in Ukraine

A member of the Expert Council of the Crimean Tatar Resource Center for Environmental Protection and Sustainable Development of Crimea, Svitlana Boychenko, during the presentation of the environmental study of the CTRC Environmental and climatic discrimination in the occupied Crimea: dimensions and threats, noted that in addition to the obvious political reasons, Russia attacked Ukraine also because it wants to get resources.

1 August 2022

CTRC experts presented a study on environmental and climate discrimination in the occupied Crimea

On Friday, July 29, at the office of the Mission of the President of Ukraine in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, a presentation of a study by experts from the Crimean Tatar Resource Center Environmental and climatic discrimination in the occupied Crimea: dimensions and threats was held.

29 July 2022

CTRC will receive observer status under the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change

The Crimean Tatar Resource Center has been recommended for obtaining observer status under the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, which makes it possible to actively participate in the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP).

22 July 2022

Why did the dolphin stranding season in the occupied Crimea start earlier?

In 2022, the dolphin stranding season began in March, when in previous years it was in May. The largest number of dolphins is observed in the Odesa region and in the occupied Crimea.

20 June 2022

The actions of the invaders at the Kakhovka hydroelectric power station can lead to an environmental disaster

The press service of the operational command South stated that at the Kakhovka hydroelectric power station, where the command post of the Southern Military District of the Russian Federation is deployed, the occupiers are not making any efforts to maintain the proper regime of the facility, which could lead to an environmental disaster.

27 May 2022

What could be the consequences of hostilities in the Black Sea?

Since the beginning of the full-scale aggression of the Russian Federation against Ukraine, active military operations have been carried out in the Black Sea. How can this affect the ecology of the peninsula, as well as its biodiversity?

26 May 2022

Due to the actions of the occupants, a large number of dolphins and birds died

Due to the actions of the Russian military in Crimea, a large number of dolphins and birds died. This was stated by the Mission of the President of Ukraine in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea.

25 May 2022

Damaging the dam on the North Crimean Canal by the Russian army caused damage to the environment of Ukraine in the amount of more than 2.6 billion hryvnias

Deputy Chairman of the Committee on Environmental Policy, Chief Coordinator of the Operational Headquarters for Fixing Eco-Crimes Olena Kryvoruchkina said that the explosion of the dam on the North Crimean Canal by the Russian army caused damage to the environment of Ukraine in the amount of more than 2.6 billion hryvnias.

25 May 2022

The occupiers have identified the most dirty cities of Crimea

A poll about the cleanest and dirty cities of Crimea was conducted on the telegram channel of the pro-government publication Vesti Krym.

25 May 2022

Why did Salhyr overflow its banks?

On Friday, April 15, it was recorded that in Simferopol, occupied Crimea, the Salhyr River overflowed its banks and flooded the Embankment and Haharin Park. The reasons for this phenomenon are explained by the Crimean Tatar Resource Center.

13 May 2022

Restrictions on water supply will be lifted in Alushta

The so-called head of the occupied Crimea, Sergey Aksenov, said that enough water reserves had accumulated in the Izobylnenske reservoir in order to lift any restrictions in Alushta. He claims that water supplies will be sufficient until the end of the year.

10 February 2022

Sanctions potential of the sphere of nature management in Crimea

Khlobystov Y.V., Doctor of Economics, Prof., Acad. of AES of Ukraine, expert of the Crimean Tatar Resource Center

4 February 2022

The UN rapporteur was told about the deficiency of water in the occupied Crimea

On Wednesday, January 26, expert of the Crimean Tatar Resource Center Boris Babin discussed with the UN Special Rapporteur on human rights for safe drinking water and sanitation, Mr. Pedro Arrojo Agudo, the situation with water shortage in the occupied Crimea.

28 January 2022