A civic initiative work group handed the Riigikogu (Estonian Parliament) and the government documents with the signatures of some 10,000 people seeking the termination of the national designated spatial plan for the construction of a new large pulp mill in Estonia.
The work group of the Tartu appeal brings together researchers from the University of Tartu and the Estonian University of Life Sciences as well as residents of Tartu, Estonia's second largest city. The appeal, dubbed Tartu Appeal 2, was announced on May 18 and was open for signing until September 30....
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