E3S Web Conf.
Volume 270, 2021International scientific forum on computer and energy Sciences (WFCES 2021)
|Number of page(s)||11|
|Published online||09 June 2021|
Conceptual foundations of legal support for engineering in Arctic studies of climatic changes
Saratov State Law Academy
The article is devoted to the problems of the development of the Arctic as a territory of international cooperation, taking into account the national interests of individual states. The specificity of geopolitical, social, economic, and climatic conditions determines the need to develop conceptual foundations of legal support for the implementation of environmental engineering processes at the development of the Arctic and research on climatic changes of the region. The article analyzes the main strategic and legal documents regulating the implementation activities in relation to the technical and technological support in the question of the development of the Arctic territories and the preservation of climatic stability. The options for creating an adequate system of convergence of national and international legal regulation in the field of determining anthropogenic pollutants and fixing key indicators of the state of the Arctic environment are detailized and characterized. The scientific substantiation of the causes and consequences of climate change in the Arctic ecological systems is given. The advantages of scientific research with the use of modern engineering and digitalization methods, as well as the usage of information and communication technologies for the prompt exchange of environmentally significant information, are revealed. It is noted that thе most topical issues, the national strategies for the development of the Arctic zones of the Russian Federation, Denmark, Norway, and Canada are of a similar nature. They have common approaches to the preservation of vulnerable Arctic ecological systems and the conceptual foundations of legal support for engineering in Arctic scientific research in the field of climate change and conservation.
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