Think Globally, Act Locally

Interview with Georgy Fomenko
Prime-Sphere. 2008. July, pp.14-15.

This principle of European sustainable spatial development formulated in Agenda 21 concisely characterizes the lifestyle of “Cadastre” Institute that remains one of the leading scientific and research design organizations of the innovative type in the Russian market of environmental services for more than 15 years. Based on the results of Audit 2006, “Cadastre” that employs highly qualified specialists, including Doctors and Candidates of Sciences from various backgrounds, was recognized an attractive organization for investment. It has awards of the German-Russian Forum, Golden Medal and Diploma of the IV Moscow International Investment Salon. In the last years, “Cadastre” Institute, which performs large volumes of scientific, research, design and consulting works, along with implementation of large-scale projects, for example, for organization of unified sanitary protection areas of southern and northern industrial districts in Yaroslavl and a number of other projects, has turned towards topical development of local plans of actions in environmental protection and sustainable development. These assessments of the current conditions and prospects stimulating life processes of territories constitute, according to international experts, an important contribution to addressing environmental challenges, both at local and global levels. The Institute hosts the Center for Support of Local Initiatives headed by Marina Fomenko, Candidate of Geographical Sciences.

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