Earlier in the decade, a number of environmentalist believed that the complex of Russian and Kazakh in the Aral sea were contributing to “the world’s worst environmental disaster”–namely, the drying up of the entire Aral sea. By the year 2000, the Aral sea, due to extensive damming, had reduced to about 25% of its original size. This decimated wildlife populations and ruined local fishing communities. In recent years, the government of Kazakhstan has launched a rescue program, which has succeeded in restoring some wildlife to the area. The Aral sea, however, is still less than half its original depth.
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