Связь федерального проекта "Инфраструктура для обращения с отходами I-II классов опасности" с Целями устойчивого развития ООН
The paper examines the main measures of internal and foreign policies of Argentina and Brazil connected with SDG (sustainable development goals) in energy sector and agriculture. The authors provide the short characteristics of the current trends of foreign policies of both countries and then analyze the case studies of the impact of the concept of sustainable development on the internal policies of Brazil and Argentina. As a conclusion the authors name some outcomes about the correspondence of the agenda of Latin American leading countries to SDGs in the spheres of energy, tourism and agriculture.
The last century was characterized not only by intensive growth of population, but also by technological advances in various aspects. It results in a drastic increase in the load on the environment and, particularly, in the rate of producing of waste. Nowadays many countries re-evaluate traditional approaches of operations with waste. It results in the conception “Zero waste”, which meets the principles of sustainable development and includes the recycling of waste. It should be emphasized that the “Zero waste” conception is based on separate waste collection. The paper analyzes the readiness of residents of Nizhny Novgorod to a launching of a program of the separate collection of municipal solid waste based on sociological survey. The factors stimulating and preventing the separate collection of waste in Nizhny Novgorod were revealed and summarized.
The main objective of OECD project was the development of recommendations aimed at improving the use of economic and other instruments for management of water resources for ensuring sustainable development of water sector, as well as socio-economic development of the Republic of Buryatia as the whole. The project consisted of three stages that resulted in the devуlopment of specific relevant reports, included in the given series of works implemented on the commission of OECD.
Proposed recommendations rather relate to improvement of water policies while the aim of the series of projects was not the development of detailed methodologies or instructions on application of specific instruments, but identification of a main direction of policy in the field of water resource management. Such methodological guidence on application and improvement of various administrative and economic instruments would be developed later, after principal political decisions on the proposed measures are made.
National interests and strategies of development and cooperation of BRICS countries are considered along with prospects for innovation-technological development qand coopera- tion of BRICS countries, national and civilization identity of BRICS countries, interstate relations and problems of intercultural communication. For specialists in the field of international relations, innovation and technological development, international economic and scientific technical copperation
The article contains analysis of renewed Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for the period up to 2030, characteristic of the development of cooperation among BRICS countries during Russia's chairmanship in the union. It also relates to specific features of interaction of BRICS countries on environmental SDGs. Special attention is paid to the issue of climate change and its consequences in light of the decisions of Paris summit of 2015. In particular the article focuses on goals and tasks of BRICS countries related to climate change and response to it, decreasing emissions of greenhouse gases. The authors also consider the issues of and prospects for using renewable energy sourcesbt BRICS countries, development of cooperation within th framework of BRICS Initiative on research and innovation .