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Frontiers of Engineering Management

, Volume 6, Issue 4, pp 557–563 | Cite as

Relationship between the development of energy and mineral resources and ecological conservation redline

  • Dawei ZhangEmail author
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Abstract

From a philosophical point of view, this study discusses the dialectical relationship between the development of energy and mineral resources and the ecological conservation redline. We propose that the ecological conservation redline and the development of energy and mineral resources should be guided by ecological civilization construction, that is, the energy and mineral resources should be rationally developed under the condition that the ecological environment is protected. This study analyzes the influence of the development of energy and mineral resources on the ecological environment. The handling of mining rights within the ecological conservation redline based on the law and the reduction of the influence of the development of energy mineral resources on the ecological environment by science and technology are presented. The environmental assessment system and technical standards for energy and mineral development are suggested to implement policies and measures for the disposal of mining rights within the redline and facilitate technological innovations of ecological conservation for energy and mineral development. Hence, a coordinated development between the ecological conservation redline and the development of energy and mineral resources can be promoted.

Keywords

ecological conservation redline development of energy and mineral resources coordinated development 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Advisory and Research Center of the Ministry of Natural ResourceBeijingChina

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