The training was organized by the German Corporation for International Cooperation (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit), VDI Competence Centre for Resource Efficiency (VDI ZRE) and Green Growth Knowledge Partnership (GGKP).
The aim of the seminar is to provide a platform for exchange of knowledge and experiences on SEEA implementation and to facilitate coordination between all relevant partners in the OECD and UNECE regions.
At the meeting Marina Fomenko, PhD, Assoc. presented the report "Methodological recommendations (roadmap) on the implementation of priority accounts of the System of Environmental-Economic Accounting (SEEA) in Russia" based on the results of studies carried out by the organization.
The conference was organized with the support of the Expocenter “Reserves of Russia” and the Russian Geographical Society within the framework of the federal project “Preservation of Biological Diversity and the Development of Ecological Tourism” of the national project “Ecology”.
The article is devoted to the problem of increasing the effectiveness of environmental protection measures through the orientation of environmental institutions towards sustainable development, taking into account socio-cultural features of territories.
The article presents the results of the economic assessment of ecosystem and abiotic services of the Kemerovo region of the Russian Federation as an important part of the effectiveness analysis of the existing spatial organization of environmental management in terms of the sustainability of the territory development.
The first meeting of the expert group took place on August 22, 2019. Alexey Borodkin made a proposal to develop a map of noise exposure in the city of Yaroslavl, emphasizing the need for a detailed study of issues related to the efforts against noise exposure. He spoke about assessing the risks to human life and health, about priority measures to reduce noise in Yaroslavl and increase the comfort of living.
The article, on the example of the developed Environmental strategy of the Yaroslavl region, shows the results of a conjugate analysis of the priority problems of the region, taking into account the external context and global Sustainable Development Goals, including the main environmental problems of the Yaroslavl region, as well as selected mechanisms for their implementation and performance indicators.
The participants of the meeting discussed the results of the work of Resources and Consulting on promoting the principles of the Earth Charter and further interactions between the Institute and the Earth Charter Initiative.
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