The Economic Transition and Nature Conservation: Sociocultural Aspects

Georgy Fomenko, Мarina Fomenko
Yaroslavl: Scientific and Research Design Institute “Cadastre”, 2016. 313 pages.

A unique edition containing the results of the author’s 25-year research relating to the sociocultural methodology for managing environmental protection aimed to improve the efficiency of environmental management at different levels of territorial organization as an important element of the country’s transition to sustainable innovation-driven growth with the focus on the improvement of the quality of life of the present and future generations. The uniqueness of the monograph is in combination of the theoretical fundamentals of the sociocultural approach to environmental management, containing examples of the most interesting practical developments in this area. The book’s materials allow to improve understanding of the institutional peculiarities of environmental protection and to extend the existing set of environmental regulation tools, and show how to ensure gradual environmentalization of the economy and to mitigate conflicts and controversies between global sustainable development goals and the interests of local communities and businesses.
The book* is aimed at professionals from a wide range of backgrounds interested in environmental management and environmental protection.

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