Ukraine under Perestroika: Ecology, Economics and the Workers’ Revolt
This volume highlights the problems of the environment and industry in Ukraine from 1985 to 1990. The main theme of the book is the close link between the damage to nature and the growth of political activism and patriotism in Ukraine.
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The Effects of the Chernobyl Disaster
The Tragedy of Narodychi
Irrigation and Nuclear Power Projects
The Green World
The Donbass Miners and the 1989 Coal Strike
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