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Volume 371, 2023International Scientific Conference “Fundamental and Applied Scientific Research in the Development of Agriculture in the Far East” (AFE-2022)
|Number of page(s)||8|
|Section||Environmental Economics and Management|
|Published online||28 February 2023|
Industrial ecology and environmental management: reducing the level of systemic risks
1 Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, 117997 Moscow, Russian Federation
2 Financial University Under the Government of Russian Federation, 125993 Moscow, Russian Federation
3 Russian State Social University of Russian Federation, 129226 Moscow, Russian Federation
* Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
The purpose of the study is to determine the directions of reducing systemic risks in the process of industrial companies as participants in the process of environmental management. Analysing the totality of sources within the framework of the topic under study through comparative and analytical methods, the author determines that the environment is considered as a set of both inanimate and living beings, as well as their impact on human living existence. It is attributed to the totality of both the physical and biotic environment in which human life and work take place, or the habitat of plants and animals. It is an environment in which humans, fauna and flora survive or function. It is generally recognized that in recent centuries anthropogenic impacts have disrupted the harmony of ecosystems (air, soil, water), changed the surface of the Earth's crust, redesigned the standard of living. Natural resources can contribute to growth, development and poverty reduction. Globally, the extractive industry sector has grown exponentially, contributing to economic development. However, many countries in which organizations extract these natural resources face problems such as resource dependence and poor governance. It is significant that the extractive industries are divided into two sectors: mining and oil and gas. Companies in the extractive industries extract raw materials, including oil, coal, gold, iron, copper and other minerals, from the ground. Industrial mining processes include drilling, pumping, quarrying and mining. using resources to develop new ways to protect the environment.
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