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Volume 244, 2021XXII International Scientific Conference Energy Management of Municipal Facilities and Sustainable Energy Technologies (EMMFT-2020)
|Number of page(s)||9|
|Section||Protection of Habitats and the Control of Hazards|
|Published online||19 March 2021|
Environmental safety in the countries bordering Kazakhstan in the context of sustainable development
1 Turan–Astana University, the Department of Finance, 010000 29, Ykylas Dukenuly street, Nur–Sultan, Kazahkstan
2 Moscow Witte University, Department finance and economy, 119454, 2-I Kozhukhovski p., 12, bd. 1, Moscow, Russia
3 The Eurasian Humanities Institute, Department of Economics and Mathematical Disciplines, 010009, 4, Zhumabaev bld., Nur–Sultan, Kazakhstan
4 International Academy of Management, Law, Finance and Business, 720001, 6а str. Belorusskaya, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
5 М. Ryskulbekov Kyrgyz economic University, 720001, 58, Togolok Moldo str., Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
* Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
Current situation in the environmental sector for the EAEU countries it is one of the most burning topics. One of the priority areas of the country’s sustainable development policy The Eurasian economic Union recognizes ensuring the welfare of the population living in the Eurasian space and introducing environmental technologies, creating environmentally friendly industries, and much more. Important changes have taken place in the environmental safety sector, and positive dynamics are beginning to be determined not only by intentions, but also by real actions aimed at improving the quality of the environment and health. In the context of globalization, the nature of the market–plan relationship in environmental management is changing dramatically. On the one hand, the influence of market forces and competition that stimulate the development and implementation of environmental policies by each individual state is increasing. On the other hand, the impact of international economic institutions on national relations is increasing, resulting in the creation of a system of supranational environmental management. Joint solution of issues related to prevention of negative impact on the environment is possible only through: contractual actions, investment policies, and planned activities aimed at maintaining environmental balance. Kazakhstan, being a full member of the EAEU actively participates in the formation of a regulatory framework aimed at reducing industrial risks, identifying the scale of anthropogenic pollution and implementing environmental monitoring.
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