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The purpose of the program:
The climate agenda is becoming more and more relevant for all spheres of life, both the socio-economic systems of the country and the world, and for every person. The relationship between the economic activities of organizations, the management system of economic systems and the environmental situation in the region is becoming more and more pronounced. Issues related to ensuring the minimization of harm to the environment in the long term come to the fore.
We are now living in a time when the effects of climate change are becoming more and more active, such as droughts, floods, fires, and sudden temperature changes. The weather is becoming increasingly unstable and difficult to predict. All these are the consequences of anthropogenic impact on the environment, including an increase in the rate of greenhouse gas emissions such as carbon dioxide and methane.
The state, in turn, is creating a legal framework to reduce climate impacts: new laws and government resolutions are being adopted, practical tools are being created to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, the carbon market in Russia has been launched, a requirement for carbon reporting for organizations has been established, greenhouse gas emission inventory systems are being created and plans for adaptation to climate change are being developed at the regional level.
We are now living in an era of change and it is worth understanding that these innovations not only impose certain restrictions on the activities of industrial enterprises and regional authorities, but also provide new opportunities for low-carbon development, such as the introduction of low-carbon technologies and renewable energy sources, modernization of the management structure of economic activities.
In order to use new tools competently, it is necessary not only to know about their existence, but also to use them competently to obtain additional benefits and assets in the form of increasing the energy efficiency of the production process and obtaining carbon units.

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