Q&A: Russia’s attack against Ukraine has already caused irreparable damage to the environment

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Date of Publication: March 31

Year of Publication: 2022

Publication City: Tallin, Estonia

Publisher: SEI Tallin

Author(s): Anette Parksepp

The war in Ukraine has very direct impacts on the local environment, some of which can never be repaired. It also has significant far-reaching consequences for the worlds climate policies.

The current energy and economic crises can be used as excuses for European countries to go back to local fossil fuels, but they can also be used as accelerators for the EUs green transition, said SEI Tallinn Environmental Management Programme Director and Senior Expert Harri Moora in an interview by Joanna Laast first published in the Estonian daily Eesti Päevaleht (in Estonian) on 15 March 2022.

Read the full interview here (in English).

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