Status of Main Author

Undergraduate student

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2016

Abstract

Following the collapse of the communist government, the Czech Republic was burdened with substantial levels of air pollution that it continues to struggle with today. This article analyzes the ways in which the communist regime contributed to air pollution and the current barriers to improving air quality. It also examines the effectiveness of current environmental policies and the difficulties of balancing environmental, economic, and social priorities.

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