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2022's Top Eurasian Climate Stories in Review

The Eurasian Climate Brief team gets together to look back on the top climate stories from 2022 across Eastern Europe, Russia, the Caucasus and Central Asia.

From to the consequences of Russia's war in Ukraine for the global energy market and climate movement, to the hopeful rise of Ukrainian climate activism and low-carbon strategies in Central Asia, join us for unique analysis of the region's trends and what they might hold in store for the year ahead.

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