This is the first issue or our quarterly magazine Environment & Rights published since Russia invaded Ukraine. In it, several of our authors, writing from Ukraine, Russia and the United States take stock of what nine months of bombardment has wrought on the landscape of one of Europe’s biggest nations.
The article cover topics ranging from the direct environmental consequences of hostilities on the ecosystems of Ukraine (written by Ukrainian ecologists); the threats arising from military operations near nuclear power plants, and the indirect consequences of war for the environment and climate of the world, the global energy sector, and food market. Our authors also describe other goings-on in Russia in the field of climate and forest policy, as well and what has come of Russia’s grassroots environmental movement and protests.
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