Physicist by education, journalist by occupation. Works for Media Initiatives Center.
Editor of Ecolur, Viktorya Burnazyan says that journalists have always been supporters of environmentalists.
But now, when there are alarms relating to the pollution and landscaping in Lake Sevan, the issues have increased.
“We should not get information from the ministers, the information should be accessible at any time on the site. And what if the Minister’s remarks are his opinion and not official statements or the results of scientific research?” she said.
Viktorya has noticed that sometimes journalists simply transmit what different people want to say and this way the whole picture is not formed. Investigations are needed that will link water use, fisheries, agriculture and many other areas.
And finally, corruption.