Prospects for the development of eco-technologies will be discussed at «ATOMEXPO-2024»

25 March
On March 25, at the international forum «ATOMEXPO-2024», a round table “Progressive environmental technologies as a global trend in the development of business and government” will be held.

Leading Russian and international experts, government officials and Rosatom business partners will take part in it. Among the announced participants are the head of the Federal Service for Supervision of Natural Resources of the Russian Federation Svetlana Radionova, First Deputy General Director - Director of the Block for Development and International Cooperation of the State Corporation Rosatom Kirill Komarov, heads of authorities and business structures of the BRICS and CIS member states (UAE , Saudi Arabia, Ethiopia, Iran, Brazil, Belarus, etc.).

The discussion participants will discuss issues of improving the quality of life on the planet and ensuring environmental safety through the introduction of innovative environmental technologies and consolidating the efforts of business and government in this area. Particular attention will be paid to the implementation of international obligations within the framework of the implementation of the provisions of the Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants and the Basel Convention on the Control of Transboundary Movements of Hazardous Wastes and Their Disposal.

In modern conditions, the development and implementation of advanced competitive environmental technologies are of particular relevance. Forming the technological foundation of state industries using the best national environmental solutions will allow us to effectively build an international partnership dialogue to consolidate efforts in the use of advanced environmental technologies, decarbonization of the economy and scaling up successful practices.

The round table “Progressive eco-technologies as a global trend in the development of business and government” will be held in Hall No. 1 of the Sirius Science and Art Park. Starts at 14:30.

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The state corporation today is developing green areas not directly related to the nuclear industry: wind generation, hydrogen energy, production of electricity storage devices, development of electric propulsion, hazardous waste management, additive and digital technologies, nuclear medicine. All these areas have a common denominator - ensuring a new quality of life for people and preserving the environment for future generations.

«The ATOMEXPO International Forum» is the main event of the global nuclear industry, the largest exhibition and business platform where the current state of the nuclear industry is discussed and trends for its further development are formed. Conducted since 2009. The forum is attended by heads of key companies in the global nuclear industry, government agencies, international and public organizations, and leading experts. The forum format includes an exhibition and congress with an extensive business program, the main event of which is the plenary session. Panel discussions and round tables discuss topics that are most important for the nuclear industry. Leading companies in the global nuclear industry and related industries present their technologies and competencies at the exhibition.

One of the priorities of the President of the Russian Federation and relevant departments is to increase the efficiency of natural resource management. Large domestic companies pay great attention to the implementation of projects in the field of environmental management. The Rosatom State Corporation, which produces electricity using low-carbon generation, is consistently taking steps to transition to a green economy. Nuclear workers are modernizing equipment that ensures the production of environmentally friendly energy, and annually spend hundreds of millions of rubles on environmental protection measures. Rosatom participates in projects to preserve biodiversity on our planet, is engaged in reforestation, cleaning river banks, and stocking reservoirs with fish. Initiatives in the field of ecology are becoming important areas of volunteer activity for employees of the State Corporation enterprises.