Ecologists Clerical Journalism In The Politics Of Uzbekistan: Development Trends And Methods Of Mutual Cooperation

Nargis Kosimova

The article discusses the environmental policy of Uzbekistan on the path to sustainable development from the point of view of their coverage in the media, analyzes the state of environmental journalism in the republic and reveals shortcomings in the presentation of environmental information and its impact on the formation of environmental thinking of the population.The author shows how the environmental problems of Uzbekistan directly affect not only the welfare of the people, but also on external relations with neighboring states. Only the water policy of the Central Asian republics currently requires Uzbekistan to solve all the problems associated with it at a high level. The environmental security policy of the Republic of Uzbekistan is carried out on the basis of the Constitution, legislation, the Concept of National Security of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the principles of the Rio de Janeiro and Johannesburg Declarations on the Environment and Sustainable Development, taking into account the obligations of the republic arising from international conventions and agreements, as well as legislative experience leading states. Uzbekistan, like all countries in the post-Soviet space, inherited the economy from energy and material-intensive production, obsolete and environmentally polluting equipment and technologies. In the transition from an administrative-command to a market economy, the task of paramount importance was the optimal combination of macroeconomic planning with environmental policy and its integration with social and other policies.There is a need to study journalistic practice in two key aspects: the presence of manipulative content, that is, the use of journalism's opportunities for political or commercial interests, as well as the fulfillment by the media of their potential to organize educational work in the field of ecology. The presentation of environmental information does not always have a systematic and stylistic imagery. Given the characteristics of environmental material, it is advisable environmental specialization in the preparation of journalists.The article also considers the formation and development of environmental journalism in Uzbekistan, existing problems and ways to solve them.

Volume 12 | Issue 6

Pages: 1094-1098

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V12I6/S20201137