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2020 breaks records in the number of сetacean stranding in Crimea - Serene Sea

For 5.5 months of the current year, 416 marine mammalian stranding on the coast of the peninsula were recorded in the occupied Crimea. For comparison, for the whole of 2019 (from January to December), beaching of 468 marine mammals were recorded. This was reported by the Center for the Study, Rescue and Rehabilitation of Marine Mammals Tranquil Sea.

11 June 2020

The CTRC sent a report to the Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

The Crimean Tatar Resource Center submitted a report to the Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous peoples on the topic “The Right to Land in accordance with the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples”.

17 January 2020

In Simferopol District Emissions From Industrial Enterprises Pollute the Atmosphere for a Year and a Half

For a year and a half, residents of the urban-type settlements Grasovsky, Agrarnoye, Molodezhnoye and the village of Bitumnoye in the Simferopol region suffer from a poison air pollution from industrial enterprises that operate in the area of 9 km of the Moscow highway. This was reported on the website of the so-called Public Council of the city of Simferopol.

2 December 2019

Liquid waste discharged into the sea in Feodosiia. Residents of the city demand the beach to be closed

Residents of Feodosiia in the occupied Crimea demand to close the central beach due to heavy pollution. According to local residents, by the central beach and the boat base liquid waste is being discharged alongside with the sewage water, which pollutes the water in the area. Aforementioned was reported by the Crimean "Primechaniia" media agency.

16 July 2019