Geography: Eastern Europe and Russia
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What are 4 of the affects of Chernobyl?
- Birth Defects
- Soil Pollution
- Water pollution
What (5) factors are responsible for enviromental improvements in EE during the 1990s?
- Collectives disbanded
- Froeign investement
- Industries closed
- Many nations joining the EU
- Collapse of the SU (Soviet Union)
What (3 things) caused erosion in EE?
Water _______ presents the greatest problem for EE.
____________ water use has increased in EE.
What (4) factors threaten EE's marine ecosystem?
What are the (3) major causes of air pollution in EE?
What is EE's major priority?
What is EE's newest polluter?
What (2) factors hinder enviromental protection in EE?
The _______ provides a land route between the Mediterranean and Black Seas.
WWII ended which 3 empires?
These 3 countries where formaly part of Yugoslavia:
What ogranization did the Baltic nations create to preserve peace in the region?
What measures did the SU take to reduce its food shortage?
It created Ukrainian farming collectives
T/F: The end of the Cold War also brought and end to conflict in EE
What (4) problems affect the quality of EE's soil?
- Hazardous waste
- Agricultural runoff
What agreement has the goal of stopping loss of biodiversity?
The Kiev Resolution
These (4) factors hinder EE's efforts to improve water quality:
- Raw water quality
- Old sewer systems
- Worm out water untilities
- Lack of skilled workers
What (3) factors endanger EE's marine ecosystem?
What is the goal of the Kyoto Protocol?
To reduce greenhouse gases
What (4) steps must be taken to improve envirmomental quality in EE?
- Data collection
- International policy developement
- Public awareness
What would you like to do?
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