The Future We Want

Interview with Georgy Fomenko
Prime-Sphere. 2013. September-October, pp.8-10.

This is the name of the main final document adopted by participants of the UN Conference for Sustainable Development at the highest level, also known as the summit Rio+20, held last year in the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro. It provides assessment of what has been done in the world for sustainable development over the last 20 years and determines strategic vectors for the foreseeable future. Among the participants of this largest event in the modern history and political life of the planet were over 110 heads of State and heads of Government as well as 40 thousand representatives of government authorities of various countries, the expert community, different structures of civil societies, business and international organizations. The Yaroslavl residents, heads of “Cadastre” Scientific and Research Design Institute, also took part in the summit: Chairman of the Management Board, Academician of the RANS, Doctor of Geographical Sciences, Professor Georgy Fomenko and Deputy Director, Corresponding Member of the RANS, Candidate of Geographical Science, Assistant Professor Marina Fomenko, who have participated in work of the European Economic Commission for Environmental Reporting and Statistics, Water and Climate since 2009. The interview with Georgy Anatolievich Fomenko is printed in Prime-Sphere magazine.

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