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On June 14, in Tashkent’s Chilanzar district of Tashkent, Tashkent city party organization of the Ecological Party of Uzbekistan together with the Tashkent city branch of the Ecological Movement organized a conference of district party organizations of the Ecological Party of Uzbekistan.
Bukhara regional branch of the Ecological Movement of Uzbekistan together with Bukhara Regional Ecological Party of Uzbekistan organized a festive event at the Bukhara State University devoted to the World Environment Day on the topic: “Environmental protection - in the eyes of the peoples of the world”.
Jizzakh regional branch of the Ecomovement together with the regional party organization of the Ecological Party of Uzbekistan in the Jizzakh State Pedagogical Institute held an event on the topic: "The negative impact of waste on the environment".
Cement - one of the air pollutants. Such conclusions were made by the representatives of the European cement company. Studies have shown that cement provokes the emission of pollutants, which exceed the amount of contaminants produced by all the trucks in the world.
Surkhandarya regional branch of the Ecological Movement of Uzbekistan in conjunction with the Surkhandarya Regional Ecological Party of Uzbekistan in the Termez branch of the University after named I.Karimov of the Surkhandarya region organized a festive event dedicated to the World Environment Day on the topic: "Our desire to bring our nature to our descendants is our civic duty".
On June 25, representatives of the Ecological Movement of Uzbekistan and the Ecological Party of Uzbekistan took part in a roundtable on the topic “The contribution of international organizations and institutions of higher education to the development of renewable energy in Uzbekistan”, which was held at the Tashkent Institute of Irrigation and Agricultural Mechanization Engineers (TIIAME).
An open dialogue took place at the Agency for Information and Mass Communications on the ratification by Uzbekistan of the Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants, the Podrobno.uz reports.
For the first time since the Industrial Revolution, Britain is obtaining more power from zero-carbon sources than fossil fuels.