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OPINION - Confusing Cause and Effect


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Founder : Len Abrams
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INTERNATIONAL ARAL SEA REHABILITATION FUND Branch in the Republic of Kazakhstan

 

 

csmonitor.com Christian Science Monitor - Optimism rises, with water, in bid to revive Aral Sea

 

Aral Sea Studies - Dr. Daene C. McKinney, Center for Research in Water Resources, The University of Texas at Austin

Chronology of the dessication of the Aral Sea

Aral Sea Case Study

 Aral Sea Region Development and Humanitarian Assistance Program - addresses both the humanitarian and environmental crisis ensuing from the diversion of water resources to the Aral Sea. 

 

Aral Sea Area ProgrammeAral Sea Area Programme (ASAP) in Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan is a humanitarian attempt to improve the health of the population of a people subjected to one of the worst environmental disasters in history. Since establishing its presence in the region in July 1997, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) runs a number of health projects primarily focusing on control and treatment of tuberculosis. MSF remains the only international humanitarian medical organisation based in the Aral Sea Area.

The Aral Sea Problem 

 

undp.gif (1004 bytes)  Aral Sea Basin Capacity Development Project

 

 

Requiem for a dying sea.  The work of People & the Planet is jointly sponsored by the United Nations Population Fund, the World Conservation Union, the Worldwide Fund for Nature International, the International Planned Parenthood Federation and the Swedish Development Co-operation Agency

 

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