Caspian Sea is critical, but not beyond hope

The world s largest inland sea, the Caspian Sea, is in terrible ecological shape but not beyond hope, according to the findings of a three-month expedition by the Cousteau Foundation.

The Cousteau team, the first foreign group allowed free access to the Caspian, hope that their work will promote more co-operation between the nations that surround the sea: Russia, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Iran and Azerbaijan.

For more details see the report from Detroit Free Press

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