It will be attended by more than 400 people from Russia, America, Japan and China
October 30 in the capital of Primorye will be the grand opening of the XI International Environmental Forum "Nature without borders." The initiator of the project is the governor of the region Vladimir Miklushevsky, and the number of declared participants in the debate is more than 400 people, RIA Vostok-Media reports.
For two days, the forum guests representing Russia, America, Japan and China will consider the issues relevant to the Far East. Participants will discuss the cooperation of the state and business, the implementation of economic projects, the development of the infrastructure of the fuel and energy complex and much more. The agenda of the forum will also include the drafting of resolutions and policy documents - following the results of discussions - which will reflect the practical recommendations of scientists on the conservation of nature and its rational use.
The Governor of Primorsky Territory, Vladimir Miklushevsky, expressed his position regarding the international discussion platform. According to the head of the region, in Primorye, high-level interests are concentrated - not only national, but also world. This can not be ignored when planning the socio-economic development of the region.
"We are realists and we realize that progress can not be stopped. Mankind will master all the larger territories every year. However, it is necessary to make this process civilized and thoughtful. So that our children and grandchildren would breathe clean air and drink clean water, and animals could be seen not in pictures, but in their natural habitat, "Miklushevsky said.
Forum for 10 years of its existence has become the best platform for discussion between businessmen and ecologists. During the events of the forum, entrepreneurs, representatives of public organizations and the scientific community will have an opportunity to discuss the accumulated pressing issues and suggest solutions to their solutions. This event will enable the Far East to receive a flow of large investments, both internal and external, and most importantly - to show not only theory but also in practice that business does not have a negative impact on nature.