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Balkan Vital Graphics

29 Apr 2007

Environmental protection is one of the areas where the Balkan countries still face a big challenge to catch up with their western neighbors. After the 1990s conflicts and the breakup of Yugoslavia, six new Balkan states emerged. Apart from integrating environmental concerns into the new policies, a major challenge is environmental management across new borders. What used to be six international river basins in the Balkans have now evolved into 13 internationally shared river basins and four transboundary lake basins.

Status: Completed

Type: Vital Graphics Series

Author: Ieva Rucevska, Otto Simonett, Christina Stuhlberger, Jasmina Bogdanovic

Year of publication: 2007

Publisher: UNEP/GRID-Arendal

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