Studies on Russian Economic Development

, Volume 21, Issue 4, pp 449–454 | Cite as

Environmental priorities of Russia

  • V. S. Klebaner
Science and Technology


This paper analyzes Russia’s high priority environmental problems requiring effective and urgent solution based on large-scale costs.


Global Warming Kyoto Protocol RUSSIAN Economic Development Hydroelectric Power Plant Climate Change Risk 
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