Economy Ecology in the Aspect of Subsurface

  • E. I. EfremovEmail author
  • N. N. Konstantinov
Conference paper
Part of the Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies book series (SIST, volume 139)


The optimal solution of the environmental problem becomes a vital task in the conditions of the formation and development of the raw-material-intensive economy in the country, in particular in its subjects.

In this regard, in-depth work is carried out, to a greater extent, in the aspect of studying and maintaining the environmental sustainability of the environment.

However, the economic problem of ecology remains outside the research area. Meanwhile, management, organization and implementation of economic activities aimed at protecting the environment can not be carried out without participation of the basic segments of the economy, consisting not only of financial organizations, but also of other economic structures. The functional significance of the economy of ecology in practical terms is to study the principles and relationships of organizational, managerial, production and economic, financial and investment systems that arise in the process of protecting the environment, in the relationship between society and nature.

At present, the sphere of ecology covers problems affecting all spheres of human influence on the environment, problems of human interaction and nature as a whole. And this is not the limit: now there is a need to identify the concept as “economic ecology”, the essence of which is to develop economic mechanisms for environmental management and environmental protection. Such a sphere can be understood as “economic ecology”, as well as “social ecology”, proceeding from the concept of “the habitat of society, man and society”. In general, the economy of ecology is directly connected with ecological processes and its organization.

In this case, the economy of ecology will serve as a research and practical base for any measures for using and conservation of nature and natural resources, for habitat conservancy a human in the environment-friendly.


Subsurface management Ecology Economy Environment Natural resources Industry Region Fuel and energy complex Economic felony Efficiency evaluation Policy 



The Article is prepared within the framework of implementation of project on the state task of Department of Education and Science of Russian Federation “Development of theory and methodology of spatial organization of the socio-economic systems of north region” (№ 26.8327.2017/8.9). FSBI “Russian Foundation for basic research” (project № 16-02-00426-OGN “Assessment of the impact of the results of economic activity of the mining Corporation on the budget process in the resource region (for example, the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia))”).


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Scientific-Research Institute of Regional Economy of the North, Federal State Autonomous Educational Institution of Higher EducationM. K. Ammosov North-Eastern Federal UniversityYakutskRussia

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