Georgia is stretched from the Greater Caucasus Mountain Range to the lowlands of the Black Sea Coast and the landscape within the nation’s boundaries is quite varied. While high mountain regions of the country (North, South and the Western parts) are prone to floods and landslides against a background of deforestation, the western lowlands suffer from floodplain and bogging, and the eastern part of the country contains even small segments of semi-arid plains and severely suffers from land degradation. Given the fact that agriculture and tourism are principal economic sectors of modern Georgia, the new generation with clear and healthy environmental vision on proper application of country’s natural and energy resources is of high importance to country’s sustainable development.
With the support of Norwegian Government thousands of Georgian school students have been trained under the SPARE School Program. At present Georgia counts about 15000 environmental proponents.
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