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Providing a comprehensive, descriptive analysis of a wide range of Central and East European countries, this updated paperback edition offers an invaluable study of pollution problems and effects on the quality of life.
* new chapter on Slovakia, demonstrating the implementation of a number of practical measures which have made a considerable impact on environmental problems that arose under communism and have been tackled during the transition.
* new concluding chapter which provides an important overview of recent developments in Eastern Europe and discusses topical issues such as health hazards and methods of charging polluters for environmental damage.
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F. W. Carter is Lecturer in Geography School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University of London. David Turnock is Reader in Geography at the University of Leicester.Review:
'The real strength of the book is its analytical response to the need for a 'comprehensive'overview of the environemntal situation in Eastern Europe...clearly writtena and attractively arranged...a timely and useful contribution, which deserves to be a an invaluable source of information.'- Geographical Journal
'The text is clearly written and attractively arranged, and is well supported by clear figures and maps...this book is a timely and useful contribution, which deserves to be an inv aluable source of information for Geography and Environmental Studies, as well as for postgraduates studying the region.' - Geographical Journal, Issue 16 4 July 98
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Book Description Routledge, 1997. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110415137578
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