Integration of Public Environmental Reports into Territorial Administration

Georgy Fomenko, Marina Fomenko
Moscow: Institute for Sustainable Development of the Civic Chamber of the Russian Federation, 2013. 186 pages.

The monograph is the result of the authors’ many years of theoretical research and practical consulting work on environmental reports, corporate public statements of enterprises and development of environmental budget in various regions of the country. Analytical materials included in the edition provide convincing evidence of the necessity to develop territorial environmental publications and to incorporate the same in territorial administration procedures, turning them, in fact, into a single generally available system of environmental information of socially responsible business and government. This edition consists of three sections considering key trends, practical experience and areas of development for environmental publications (territorial and corporate) in the Russian Federation by format and specific structural features (section 1); by indicators used (section 2) and by institutionalization of information and analytical materials contained therein of the system of environmental territorial management based on application of the environmental budget mechanism (section 3). The book is aimed at environmental management specialists and all those interested in matters of sustainable development and creation of territorial information systems in environmental protection.

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