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Moldova Project Information Document

During the last few decades, the Black Sea suffered severe environmental damage, mainly due to coastal erosion, eutrophication, conversion of wetlands, increased nutrient run-off from agriculture, invasion of exotic species, and inadequate resource management all of which led to a decline of its biological diversity, loss of habitat and long-term ecological changes.

1355: Moldova: Agricultural Pollution Control Project - under WB-GEF Strategic Partnership for Nutrient Reduction in the Danube River and Black Sea

20 May 2010

Moldova Project Information Document.pdf

Project Identification Form (PIF)