Abstract In this article we developed scientific and applied foundations of commercialization of the nature-resource potential of anthropogenic objects, on theexample of exhausted mines. It was determined that problems of commercialization of the natural-resource potential of anthropogenic objects are most often considered by researchers for specific objects, without having complex methodological coverage from the point of view of combining environmental, technical, economic and managerial components.
When studying the substantiation of the scientific base, the authors confirmed the feasibility of the commercialization of natural-resource potential of anthropogenic objects on the example of a number of theoretical scientific studies in reclamation, reconstruction, recreation, remediation, restoration of biological productivity and economic value of land disturbed by economic activity.
The considered examples of exhausted mines in the 21st century in the USA, Canada, Germany, Romania, and Poland indicate a wide range of opportunities for their commercialization. The study of the potential for commercialization of exhausted mines in the post-Soviet countries testified to the underused reserves for the commercialization of their nature-resource potential and their high potential for further development. The authors proposed the identification of anthropogenic objects on the basic livelihood spheres of society. There were identified the main system natural, biological, technical, economic, social,managerial and structural subjects, trends, threats, risks, problems, challenges factors of diagnosing the state of an anthropogenic object.
A set of measures has been developed for commercialization of an anthropogenic object in functional and production activities, product policy, financial and investment spheres, pricing and sales policies, promotion, management and determination of property rights. Recommendations were provided on optimizing the management decision-making process based on a set of positivistic development principles, methods, and management functions. The study allows international organizations, state and local authorities, territorial communities, owners and potential investors to see new opportunities and make mutually beneficial decisions on the rational use of the nature-resource potential of anthropogenic objects.
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About representatives from the private firms, faculty members and governmental officials involved in remediation technologies participated in the event in which the state of the art with the implementation of the different remediation technologies were discussed. The questions on eco-monitoring and assessment of the contaminated sites, new technique used and financial aspects of supporting the remediation activities were overviewed. The governmental policy in the field of remediation of old contaminated sites including the military ones left after the Soviet Army was presented by Dr.
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Janova Slovak Republic. The current financial support of the remediation activities in the Czech Republic and perspective for the future was overseen by Mgr. Cermak and Mgr. Zborilova from the Ministry of the Finance of Czech Republic. The overview of the international projects related to remediation of the contaminated sites in the different countries was delivered by prof.
Benes EPS biotechnology. Lacina Geotest , Dr. Hrabak TU in Liberec , Dr. Schwarz, Envigeo and Dr. Trogl and prof. Pidlisnyuk, UJEP, participated in the conference and shared the results of the phytotechnology with miscanthus developing within G with the participants of the conference at the informal meetings and minutes.
Specifically, the possibility to organize the event on presentation the phytotechnology with miscanthus was discussed with the representatives of the Ministry of the Environment of Czech Republic Dr.
Pribyl, and representatives of the Slovak Environmental Agency Dr. Paluchova and Mgr. Preliminary, the jointly event is planned to organize in mid-November, in Prague and the main auditorium the phytotechnology will be presented at is governmental officials and interested stakeholders from the Czech and Slovak Republics. The design of the event is under the development. The participation of Dr. Pidlisnyuk in the conference, i. Opening speech from Dr. Janko Dr. Pidlisnyuk with Dr.
The event held at FAO Headquarter in Rome, Italy and was attended by delegates from countries across the world. The Symposium was recognized as a first step in implementation the Voluntary Guidelines for Sustainable Soil Management in terms of preventing and reducing harmful substances in soil as a way to maintain healthy soils in accordance with the Sustainable Development Goals.
The document will present the main recommendations discussed and agreed during the symposium.
Two oral presentations delivered at the Symposium introduced the current results of G to the broad public, i. Peter de Ruiter, Wageningen University, Netherland. While at the event prof. Stefanovska had a number of discussions with Symposium participants, i. At the working lunch with Mr. Marko Colangeli, Programmer Advisor, FAO the possibility of cooperation in research related to energy crops cycles was discussed.
The results of G was informally introduced to delegates from Columbia, Portugal, Ukraine and Italy. Stefanovska had a number of working discussions regarding the G current activities and issues on patenting the scientific results. They also worked on the manuscript regarding the impact of PGR to miscanthus biomass production to be submitted for publication as outcome of the Symposium. In period January 30 - February, 2 prof.
She also had interests to the new courses and graduated programs proposed at that leading universities which are focused at the sustainable energy production, bioproducts and climate change topics. While at Columbia University prof. Pidlisnyuk met with De. She presented main accomplishment of NATO project and future plans and discussed the possible cooperation in the topic of biomass transformation to the energy and biobased products. Park introduced directions of research going on at the Centre with focus at the biomass transformation.
She also presented a new Master program recently accredited at the Centre which combines the environmental engineering disciplines with social and economic courses.