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Primorye will pay attention to environmental safety
Vice-Governor of Primorsky Krai Sergey Sidorenko appealed to experts to be active in environmental issues during the implementation of investment projects.
The importance of ecology was discussed by 17 June at a meeting on summarizing the work of the Public Expert Council (ECO) on environmental safety, environmental conservation and reproduction of biological resources in Primorsky Krai.
During the year of the council's work, 12 meetings were held, at which significant issues were considered, many of which had a great public response. Among them - the draft regional law "On neglected animals", as well as the problem of reforestation.
In addition, the experts gave their opinions on major investment projects that are being prepared for implementation in the region: coal terminals, LNG plant, VNKhK project, fish cluster.
"Thanks to your active position, many issues have been resolved. For example, SDS-Ugol has already changed the terms of reference for the designers of the terminal in the Sukhodol Bay. This became possible thanks to your comments. taken out of the region for industrial processing. A lot of work has been done in the field of biodiversity conservation - we have created a protective zone around the Land of the Leopard, - said the vice-governor. “Interest in Primorye from Russian and foreign investors is growing, new projects will appear. And with your help, we must do so to ensure their complete environmental safety, to maintain a balance between the economic interests of Primorye and environmental issues, "the governor turned to the experts.
The members of the Council, in response, proposed to create a mechanism that would allow Primorye environmentalists to be involved in the development of investment projects at an early stage.