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broadcast recording 29 November, 10:45

War for water. How to save Ukrainian water reservoirs from the consequences of hostilities

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The Russian armed aggression against Ukraine makes the state of Ukraine’s water resources worse and worse every day, destroying purification facilities, dams and water reservoirs. And industrial facilities damaged by bombing and shelling can pollute local water reservoirs with dangerous substances. With its environmental crimes, Russia has already caused millions of dollars of damage to Ukraine. How will the war influence the quality of water resources and how will this affect the health of Ukrainians? Can Ukraine have clean water in the near future?

 

We recommend that you watch the documentary Cry My River (dir. Olesia Morhunets-Isaienko) from the programme of the 19th Travelling Docudays UA festival.

 

Watch the discussion and the film on the docuspace.org website and on the Facebook page of the Docudays UA International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival.

 

Partners: WWF Ukraine

 

Information partners: ZMINA, SHOTAM

Participants

Yevhen Pavliukovsky

journalist

Sofia Shutiak

attorney, policy expert at WWF Ukraine

Oksana Konovalenko

PhD in Geography, Head of Water Department at WWF Ukraine

Olesia Morhunets-Isaienko

filmmaker

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