Karaganda coal basin is swallowing Kazakhstan’s climate

New short film from CAN EECCA, #WorldWeWant

The Karaganda coal basin, located in Kazakhstan, is one of the world’s largest coal basins, with coal reserves ranking third in the EECCA region. Unfortunately, the coal mining operations in the region have led to devastating environmental and social impacts, including air and water pollution, deforestation, and land degradation. These issues have caused health problems and displacement of local communities.