The Subsoil Exploitation Isn’t Economically Well-Grounded
June 5, 12:00

The main environmental issues still unresolved in Armenia are the subsoil exploitation, waste management and poor condition of Ararat artesian basin. The problems affect the environment and human health, green activists said at the Media Center. “The demarcation line between the use and abuse of the subsoil is very arbitrary. The waste management sector is doomed to abandonment. The authorities describe the situation as not that serious, but the society believes the entire country is littered and it hinders the development of tourism and agriculture,” said Karine Danielyan, Head of For Sustainable Human Development, NGO.

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