Georgia: History of Green Politics

Aim of the project was public awareness rising on political and civil green movement through research and publication of the most interesting historic chapters of green movement in independent Georgia.

Georgia: History of Green Politics (2013). Tbilisi: Heinrich Boell Foundation.

See on ge.boell.org; Introduction

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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