E3S Web Conf.
Volume 311, 2021International Conference “Ecological Paradigms of Sustainable Development: Political, Economic and Technological Dimension of Biosphere Problems” (EPSD 2021)
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Section||Reflections on Environmental Risks|
|Published online||19 October 2021|
Risks of social relations ecological assimilation process
St. Petersburg State University, St. Petersburg, Russia
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Nature is the essential life-giving condition for the humans and their activity. And this fact as no other implies sustainable management of the natural potential in order to produce and meet human needs. Ever more increasing importance of the ecological relations and their transformation into the autonomous relations and, therefore the establishment of their impact on the other social relations and subsequent submission of the social relations to the ecological ones, turns into the irreversible process which means that the ecological relations demand their inclusion in the industrial and property relations. Nonetheless, this process of the ecological assimilation proceeds controversially. The battle over the environmental agenda does not subside and this is the evidence of the interdisciplinary conflict, subject matter of which is the state of the environment that is predetermined by the competitive modes of cooperation which are natural for the free-market economy. The containment of the industrial relations’ ecological assimilation process from the market and state accelerates consolidation of the general public in their resistance to this tendency which results in the reduction of the environmental risks and disasters as their logical manifestation.
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