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Administrative law, municipal law and environment issues
Kudelkin N. - Legal protection of the Arctic environment related tourism activity pp. 9-23


Abstract: The Arctic continues to attract more and more tourists. In some of the Arctic regions, tourism in general and cruise tourism in particular is becoming one of the fastest growing economic sectors. However, aside from the economic benefit, the Arctic tourism poses a certain threat to the sensitive environment of the Arctic, which currently experiences constantly increasing pressure from economic activity and climate change. Major negative consequences of tourism activity include the pollution of territories and water zones, worry of animals, direct destruction of flora and fauna, loss of the places of habitat due to infrastructure development, etc. The listed facts underline relevance of the selected topic of research, as well as the need for legal protection of the Arctic environment from negative effects caused by tourism. Analysis is conducted on the current situation in the area of Arctic tourism, as well as the questions of Russia’s Arctic policy pertaining to tourism activity. A brief overview is provided to the international legal regulation in this sphere. The author concludes on the insufficiency of legal regulation in the area of Arctic tourism, and gives recommendations on the improvement of Russian legislation. It is noted that tourism is one of the few types of activities in the Arctic that sparks interests of multiple countries, and in which the acceptance of universal standards seems possible.
Usov A.Y. - Problems of Suing for Compensation for the Environmental Damage by Prosecutor pp. 17-21


Abstract: The article studies some problems emerging in the process of suing for compensation for the environmental damage by prosecutors. The author analyses the problems emerging in the process of suing and proceeding of the claims for compensation for the environmental damage in physical and monetary terms. The relevance of the study is due to the Ordinance by Plenum of the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation 30/11/2017 №49 that reveals a set of core issues related to the legislative execution of compensation for the environmental damage. The methodological framework of the study includes the dialectic, systemic methods, as well as the methods of analysis, synthesis, analogy, deduction, induction, observation, and others. The author has examined law enforcement practice and legal acts and proposed the solution to emerging issues. As a result of the study, the suggestions on improving the civil and fiscal legislation were stated. Furthermore, the author has elaborated recommendations for the improvement of the activity arrangement of prosecutors involved in judicial proceedings on the compensation for the environmental damage. 
Kuznetsova N.A. - Legal Regulation of Relations of Local Governments and Oil and Gas Companies in Environmental Management pp. 129-145


Abstract: Article is devoted to the problems of legal regulation of environmental disaster of the oil production. Environmental authority of local governments. Search options optimal allocation of environmental credentials. Over the past three or four decades at all levels of oil production there is a dangerous tendency to use the most simple very cheap technology and equipment used for drilling, downhole oil production and repair of wells that are not designed for the transport of corrosive media. Virtually all of the territory already developed fields in Western Siberia are in ecological collapse. The main complexity of modern ecological situation lies in the fact that none of the oil companies, with sufficient human and economic potential, though not in a hurry to take on full responsibility for the environment even in their activities.In addition, the solution of environmental problems has become feasible, necessary to develop and immediate implementation of the new legislative initiatives. New, more objective environmental laws must be adopted as soon as possible, and they should reflect all aspects of the modern environmental situation.Harness all the legal mechanisms for the conservation, sustainable use of natural resources, and their reproduction, preservation of favorable environment for present and future generations.
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