The authors, Trumbull and Bodrov, devote particular attention to two major developments, a multifunctional port complex and expansion of an existing nuclear power plant. Based on extensive personal observations and government documents, they analyze the emerging environmental threat posed by these initiatives as well as the challenging political environment that discourages public participation and local involvement in spatial planning.
Environmental Degradation of Russian Coastal Regions: The Case of the Gulf of Finland
Posted on January 1, 2009 Categories: Biodiversity and nature conservation, News, Sustainable development in coastal and marine areas
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