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International Relations: Politics, Economics, Law

Abstract

The article is devoted to studiying framework for addressing the negative legacy and environmental challenges faced by the region that open doors to a sustainable future, with an emphasis on the Aral Region and water, food security and contamination and a focus on bioregionalism, strong sustainability and creating positive interdependencies. The article discusses the concept of Bioregionalism into the discourse offers an alternative frame for approaching this ecologically frail region.

First Page

70

Last Page

79

References

Botkin, James, et. al. 1982.No Limits to Learning - Bridging the Human Gap: The Club of Rome Report. Elsevier. Edelstein, Michael R, Astrid Cerny and Abror Gadaev. Disaster by Design: The Aral Sea and Its Lessons for Sustainability. Vol. 20 of Research in Social Problems and Public Policy. London: Emerald, 2012.

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