28 years have already passed since the Chernobyl disaster. Over five million people reside in radiation-contaminated regions of Ukraine, Belarus and Russia. The accident led to serious consequences in the economic, social, political and other life spheres of the population in most affected countries. Impacts on environment and ecological challenges that occurred after the accident on the 4th unit of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant resulted in changes in the territorial organization and resettlement, changes in lifestyle, deteriorations of health, mentality and cultural manifestations among large population and orientation of its social activities.In the 2000s, the international community has united their efforts to solve the Chernobyl problems, which are relevant until today and require aid.
National Ecological organization “Green Cross Ukraine” (GCU) headed by the President, Maxim Timoshenko, expresses Director, Sherstyukov Valentin, and all the staff of the Kiev Specialized Music School named after N. Lysenko its sincere congratulations on the occasion of the 80th anniversary of the founding of the school and the 70th anniversary of its appellation of Mykola’s Lysenko name.
February 14 Green Cross Ukraine (GCU) and the National Ecology and Nature Center (NENC) joined the «M'ILLUMINO DI MENO» energysavingcampaign initiated by Green Cross Italy together with the Italian public radio network CaterpillarRAI. This broad campaign is aimedat encouraging people around the world to turn off their electric devices for 60 minutes and motivating people to reduce energy consumption and boost environmental protection.
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