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Volume 41, 2018IIIrd International Innovative Mining Symposium
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Section||Mining Regions’ Sustainable Development|
|Published online||26 June 2018|
Sustainable Development as a Global Trend and an Economic Priority for the Nation
Technical University of Kosice, Faculty of Mining, Ecology, Process Control and Geotech-nologies,
2 China University of mining and Technology, 100083 Xueyuan Road 11, Beijing, China
3 Khabarovsk State University of Economy and Law, Economics Department of International Economic Relations Faculty, 680042 134 Tikhookeanskaya st., Khabarovsk, Russia
4 Azerbaijan State University of Oil and Industry, Vice-Rector for Science and Technology, 16/21 Azadlıq Av., Baku, Azerbaijan
* Corresponding author: email@example.com
Today, it is important to consider the problems of preserving the environment from macroeconomic positions, which enable to determine the main systemic causes of environmental degradation; identify those economic directions that affect the environment. This approach is especially relevant for countries and regions that have a specialization in raw materials. Purely environmental measures aimed at preserving nature will not have an effect without an environmentally balanced macroeconomic policy, since without taking into account and correcting the development of the entire economy and its sectors (fuel, energy, metallurgy, agrarian, etc.), the effect of direct environmental investments will be minimal. It is obvious that without the access of the nation to the trajectory of sustainable development it is problematic to ensure a high quality of economic growth. However, we have to determine that resourceproducing countries and regions are following another way – first the economic growth, and then purification and restoration of the environment. Here the methodological basis can be the approaches developed by international organizations and initiative groups in the field of environmental protection.
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