Environmental profile of Tajikistan
Asian Development Bank, Jul 1, 2001 - Political Science - 126 pages
During its postcrisis stage, the economic and social problems faced by Tajikistan are multidimensional. Among others, environmental and ecological deterioration in conjunction with poverty is widespread. To develop programming strategies, one of ADB's priorities has been to understand the environmental situation in terms of the natural resource base, the impacts on the environment by various economic sectors, and the framework for environmental management. This profile is the first review of the Tajikistan environment providing a comprehensive overview of the current environmental situation and trends.
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