The water crisis in Central Asia – how to find solutions?

Central Asia is facing a severe water crisis that threatens not only economic development but also the lives of millions of people. The lack of freshwater due to climate change and inefficient water management poses significant challenges for the region’s countries. With the advent of summer, the capitals and many small towns of Central Asia are faced with an acute problem of access to drinking water. CAN EECCA analyzed the situation.

NPP – THE PROBLEM OF THE FUTURE: globally, there is no safe method of disposal of nuclear waste

The planned construction of a nuclear power plant on the border of Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan, on Lake Tuzkan, is dangerous. The problem here is not even in the technology or the imperfection of nuclear reactors. As they say, the devil is in the details. When the public is offered information about the ultra-reliability of modern equipment and the minimal risks associated with accidents at nuclear power plants, they are silent about the most critical problem – nuclear waste disposal.

Environmental Civil Society Calls for International Action in Response to Ecocide in Kakhovska HPP

Environmental activists and civil society representatives in Ukraine have issued a passionate plea to international experts, environmental protection organizations, and United Nations bodies to respond to a recent act of ecocide perpetrated by the Russian Federation. On June 6, 2023, the Kakhovka Hydroelectric Power Plant (HPP) in Ukraine was destroyed by Russian occupiers, leading to…