E3S Web Conf.
Volume 41, 2018IIIrd International Innovative Mining Symposium
|Number of page(s)
|Environment Problems in Mining Regions
|26 June 2018
Land-and-Ecological Problems of Kuzbass Mineral Resources Development
Kemerovo State University, Department of Geology and Geography,
Krasnaya Street, 6,
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It is established that the problem of effective and rational land use for environmentally friendly development of mineral resources is that it is connected with only one goal – to ensure coal mining, after which no new sources of income are available. At the same time, the land use economy entirely depends on the legal regime of the land, which determines its reaction to the slightest changes in legislation. Modern models of efficient and rational land use for the environmentally friendly development of Kuzbass subsoil are not currently developed. Under the circumstances, there is a need to develop a comprehensive theory of such land use, aimed at ensuring sustainable development of the region. The justification of the principles and mechanism of management of the land fund of mining enterprises determines its effectiveness. Establishing the dependence of effective and rational land use for environmentally friendly subsoil development characterizes a new level of information interaction between sciences (land management, mining and economy). Practical application of this theory lies in effective subsoil use.
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