Globalization of sustainable development goals and information in the field of environmental management and environmental protection

Georgy Fomenko, Marina Fomenko
Published: The Earth Charter - a practical tool for solving the fundamental problems of sustainable development: proceedings of the International scientific-practical conference dedicated to the 15th anniversary of the implementation of the principles of the Earth Charter in the Republic of Tatarstan (Kazan, October 27-28, 2016). Kazan: Tatar Book Publishing House, 2016. 70-76.

The article shows the importance of harmonization of target priorities of the development of the country and its regions with the New Agenda and Sustainable Development Goals . It is noted that in scientific-methodological terms the problems of teleology, as one of the methods of cognition for studying ways for harmonizing relations within the system of interactions “Human Being–Society–Nature” are insufficiently explored. Approaches of the “Cadaster’ Institute to studying the issue of sustainability of development as increasing the resilience of geosystems, teleology in environmental management and methods for preventing teleological conflicts at different levels of territorial organization are described. Methods for regulation of teleological conflicts are proposed.

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