E3S Web Conf.
Volume 278, 2021The Second Interregional Conference “Sustainable Development of Eurasian Mining Regions (SDEMR-2021)”
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Section||Sustainable Development of Mining Regions of Eurasia|
|Published online||29 June 2021|
Stimulating Environmental Investments in the “Green” Economy of Eurasia
Moscow Automobile and Road Construction State Technical University (MADI), 125319, 64 Leningradsky av., Moscow, Russia
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To date, investment in industrial production and infrastructure has passed through a certain bifurcation point associated with the division into “green” (environmental) and traditional (resource and nature-intensive) investments. Following the new demands of modern society to improve the environment and reduce the pressure on it from industry, the concept of traditional economic growth based on extensive environmental management is being replaced by ideas of sustainable development related to resource conservation, waste recycling and reduction of polluting emissions into the biosphere. As a result, investment as the basis of economic growth is also gravitating towards a green economy, participation in which is gradually becoming a major competitive advantage for the markets of developed countries. In this process, the role of the state in stimulating nature-saving investments, in which indirect instruments (subsidies, tax incentives), take an increasing place, is growing many times over.
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