Governing the Blue-Green Baltic Sea
Author: Elena Belokurova, Barbara Dmochowska, Sami Hautakangas, Maria Jokela, Markku Ollikainen, Dmitry Nechiporuk, Maria Nozhenko, Mia Pihlajamäki, Tom Schumacher, Paula Schönach, Anna Szaniawska, Nina Tynkkynen
Finnish Institute of International Affairs (FIIA)
This report focuses on eutrophication, which is currently regarded as the most serious ecological problem for the whole Baltic Sea.
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Managing the Growing Impacts of Development on Fragile Coastal and Marine Ecosystems: Lessons from the Gulf
Author: Hanneke Van Lavieren, John Burt, David A. Feary,Geórgenes Cavalcante, Elise Marquis, Lisa Benedetti, Charles Trick, Björn Kjerfve and Peter F Sale
United Nations University (UNU)
This policy report discusses in detail the environmental degradation in the Gulf region caused by tremendous population growth, urbanization and industrialization in a short period of time.
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Author: John Vijgen, Christian Egenhofer
Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS)
This report examines the issue of obsolete pesticides (OPs) in Europe, which endangers human and animal life and risks undermining trade between EU and non-EU countries.
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Author: Robert S Singh, Jonathan Rynhold, Anya Schiffrin, Jane A Lincove, Nadra Hashim, Alon Ben-Meir, Michele Acuto, James S Guseh, Emmanuel O Oritsejafor, Anya Schiffrin, Jayne Du
John C Whitehead School of Diplomacy and International Relations
This volume contains articles related to liberal and neoliberal ideas and interests affecting political and economic policies all over the world.
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The China and Eurasia Forum Quarterly Vol 6, No 3
Author: Niklas Swanström, Bo Libert, Erkin Orolbaev, Yuri Steklov, C Berlund, M Jonsson, C N Larsen, E Götz, David A Anderson, Heather Maki, Sarka Waisova, Nabijan Tursun, Alisher Latypov, Michael Mihalka, Gaye Christoffersen
Central Asia-Caucasus Institute and Silk Road Studies Program (CACI-SRSP)
This publication focuses on a number of problems in Central Asia, including the following: China's reaction to the Russian invasion of Georgia; water and energy crisis and management in Central Aisa; combating money laundring in Eurasia; Pakistan’s ...
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