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Athens in Crisis: Economy vs. Environment

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Jul 22, 2013


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Athens in Crisis: Economy vs. Environment

When we discuss the economic problems in a country, we hardly consider the environmental impacts. Although Greece has been in a poor economic state since World War II, rapid urbanization and the Athens 2004 Olympic Games were some of the key factors pushing Athens to the brink of an environmental crisis. Today, Greece is marked with protests and strikes in the midst of a boiling economic crisis, and with the help of the media, the rest of the world is beginning to learn about these environmental issues.

Students taking environmental sociology onboard the MV Explorer recently had the opportunity to witness the current state of affairs in Athens. Listen to Brown University Professor Timmons Roberts and University of Louisville student Samantha Knight as they discuss the environmental effects and solutions that are at the heart of the economic crisis in Athens.

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