Oleg N. Yanitsky. The Development of the Russian Environmental Movement in the beginning of XXI Century. International Journal of Humanities Social Sciences and Education (IJHSSE), vol 5, no. 6, 2018, pp. 23-31. doi: http: ...
Oleg N. Yanitsky. The Development of the Russian Environmental Movement in the beginning of XXI Century. International Journal of Humanities Social Sciences and Education (IJHSSE), vol 5, no. 6, 2018, pp. 23-31. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.20431/2349-0381.0506004.
ISSN 2349 - 0381
DOI 10.20431/2349 - 0381.0506004
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The article aims at the analysis of Russian environmental movement (hereafter the REM) in the 2000s comparing this evolution with its previous development, on the one hand, and with major trends of similar movements in other parts of the world, on the other. Drawing on the literature on the above movement evolution in other parts of the world and my personal investigations of the development of Russian movement from the 1960s onwards the author came to the following conclusions. First, in spite of authoritarian regime in 1960-90s, the decay of the USSR and rapid economic and social transformations in the 2000s, the REM showed it relative stability and adherence to nature protection values. Second, this relative sustainability has been conditioned by close collaboration of the REM with Russian academic community. Third, the further the more this ties has become more solid. Fourth, it’s rather important that some scientists have oscillated between academic community and environmental activity, and some of them left an academic carrier forever while others work as shuttles. Fifth, in spite of growing political restrictions the REM held out against this pressure. Sixth, three qualities were necessary to it: a permanent education (training), a capability to be an experience man and an interdisciplinary approach to analysis, decision-making and action. Seventh, a permanent development and mobility of the REM fits to the non-linear character of world development and quickly changing disposition of geopolitical forces that determine the state of global environment. Eighth, within the REM there are more movable and more stable units and communities. Ninth, integrated world requires mutual understanding and integrated activity. In the end some acute issues of further REM development are considered. Tenth, so-called green cities are still mainly a motto of socially and ecologically safe settlements of a future.
Ключевые слова:academic community education and training experience globalization environmental movement values interdisciplinary approach relative sustainability cities
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