Presentation of a study on environmental and climate discrimination in the occupied Crimea: how it was
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.
All members of the team who worked on the scientific work, as well as representatives of state authorities, activists, journalists and others, joined the presentation of the study.
We would like to remind you that the Crimean Tatar Resource Center is systematically working in this direction. We have already submitted dozens of applications, complaints, reports to relevant international environmental organizations and their structures on the environmental situation in the occupied Crimea. We must continue to talk about this and bring information about the destruction of the peninsula's ecosystem to the international community.
The results of the study will be available to Ukrainian public authorities, as well as international specialized organizations, since the report will be available in English.
Thanks to everyone who was involved in the creation of the study, and who attended its presentation!
We invite you to watch a short video.
This study was published as part of the Environmental Policy and Advocacy Initiative for Ukraine, implemented by the International Renaissance Foundation with financial support from Sweden.