Circular economy

European countries have long realized that the market for recyclables – a profitable and promising. They have proven that intelligent combination of all available technological possibilities, such as industrial processing and waste incineration plants (CVD) have a fair benefit both for the environment and for the economy. That’s why Europe is working towards the development of circular economy and recycles about 75% of their waste. The main difference between the mentality of the citizens of Europe post-Soviet space is that they clearly understand that energy conservation and regenerative environmentally friendly production plays an important role in continuing the growth of the economy without increasing waste, and is a good way to save resources and materials.

Training and capacity building

Training and capacity building is a process through which representatives of the organization are, to retaining and improving the skills and knowledge required for competent performance. Capacity building and capacity building are often used interchangeably. However, some people interpret capacity as no acknowledgment of the potential of people while developing the potential of existing power recognizes that require improvement.

Global Reporting Initiative

Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), the term “sustainable development reporting” treats as reporting, covering both economic, environmental and social aspects of enterprises (organizations). In domestic and foreign practice most often used the name “non-financial reporting”, stressing the difference between performance of such reporting indicators be reflected in the financial statements. For the first time such reports developed European companies in the 70’s. XXcen. The leader among European countries became Britain.

Economics of climate change

Scientific evidence is alarming: climate change is a serious global threat that requires immediate global action in response.

Review leads to a simple conclusion economically advantageous to take timely action to combat climate change than not to take any. Climate change will affect the lives of people around the world – access to water, food, health and the environment. Hundreds of millions of people could suffer hunger, water shortages and coastal flooding.