Environmental law: Russia and Central Asia

Irina Krasnova, Dinara Ziganshina, Bakhtiyor R. Mukhammadiev

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    Abstract

    Russia and Central Asia are vast areas, rich in natural resources. Management of these resources has often been a struggle, balancing the good of the environment with the possibility of economic and industrial development. In light of the shared history between these nations, it is crucial that the Central Asian republics and Russia work together to form policies and regulations promoting sustainable development and environmental protection.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationBerkshire encyclopedia of sustainability. Volume 3. The law and politics of sustainablity
    EditorsKlaus Bosselmann, Daniel Fogel, J. B. Ruhl
    PublisherBerkshire Publishing Group
    Pages252-258
    Number of pages7
    ISBN (Print)9781933782140
    Publication statusPublished - 2010

    Keywords

    • Sustainable development
    • Russia
    • Central Asia
    • Environmental law

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    Krasnova, I., Ziganshina, D., & Mukhammadiev, B. R. (2010). Environmental law: Russia and Central Asia. In K. Bosselmann, D. Fogel, & J. B. Ruhl (Eds.), Berkshire encyclopedia of sustainability. Volume 3. The law and politics of sustainablity (pp. 252-258). Berkshire Publishing Group. http://www.berkshirepublishing.com/brw/product.asp?projid=80