This chapter sums up the key findings of this study on environmental justice and sustainable development in the former Soviet Union (FSU) republics. The result highlights the differences in the extent of influence of increased popular environmental awareness and associated activism on public policy and planning. The extent to which environmental awareness and activism pursue brown and green agendas also varies according to the complex of sociocultural, socioeconomic, political, ethnic, and nationalistic factors that currently define, and are reshaping, the republics.
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