By: Roger Manser
The introduction of a free market in Eastern and Central Europe may have curbed some of the excesses of communism's pollution economy, but really fundamental changes are yet to be made. The author argues that environmental problems have, in some cases, been exacerbated by the free market, whilst at the same time progress on cleaning up the communist environmental legacy is being hampered by muddled priorities and a lack of long-term strategies.
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