SHS Web Conf.
Volume 84, 2020First International Scientific Seminar “Circumpolar Studies” 2020
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Section||Sustainable Development of Arctic|
|Published online||10 November 2020|
Development of resource saving and resource efficiency as the most important factor in the industrial development in the Arctic
1 ‘PORA’ expert center (Arctic Development Project Office), 123056, 26/2 Zoologicheskaya str., Moscow, Russia
2 2Candidate of Chemical Sciences, Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, 119571, 82 Vernadsky Ave., Moscow, Russia
* Corresponding author: email@example.com
Research in the sphere of the Arctic industrial development often leads to the identification of clear regulatory gaps of a systemic nature. A particular example is the issue of legislative regulation of the involvement of secondary raw materials, fuel and energy resources in economic use and property turnover in the context of resource conservation and resource efficiency. In this case, secondary resources are not subject to independent regulation in general, but only as one of the elements of activities related to environmental protection. Accordingly, the conditions for the development of a system of production and consumption wastes’ effective management, the creation of a recycling industry, including the reuse of such waste, have not been formed yet. The results of the analysis given in this research paper clearly indicate the lack of development of mechanisms for stimulating the use of non-target materials and substances.
Industrial enterprises that use secondary resources in production do not currently receive special advantages within the framework of the implemented industrial policy. System benefits are universal and directly related to commodity production only. However, it is necessary to apply measures to encourage industrial activities to implement projects involving the reuse of secondary resources in production, including in the Russian Arctic.
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