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Volume 212, 20182018 International Scientific Conference “Investment, Construction, Real Estate: New Technologies and Special-Purpose Development Priorities” (ICRE 2018)
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|Land Resources and Economic Development of Siberia and the Far East
|15 October 2018
Aqua-territorial production complexes of the Arctic zone as a new type of real estate in contemporary Russia
Siberian Federal University, 660041б Svobodnyi фvenue, 79, Krasnoyarsk, Russia
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The paper is devoted to the identification of basic requirements for the formation of a new type of real estate in the Arctic zone of Russia. Based on the review of aqua-territorial production complexes and the evaluation of the prospects for their expansion, the resource potential for sustainable development of the national economy can be substantially adjusted. This predetermines their prospective advantage. The need for a parallel solution of the environmental issues is a peculiarity of the strategic approaches to the development of the Arctic spaces. In this regard, the potential of the Arctic in scientific research in this area is being actualized. In addition, the Arctic is the most important region in the world for studying climate change and its consequences. Taking into account the attention paid to this topic in the leading countries and the likely amount of damage due to the global warming, large-scale complex climate studies can turn into a full-fledged branch of the economy, which together with investment construction projects of the point development allows the Russian innovation cluster to take the advanced positions in the world. Considering domestic experience in implementing investment construction projects in the extreme conditions of the North and Siberia, it is advisable to focus investments in the development of aqua-territorial production complexes, the features of which are presented in the article. Their study allows formulating basic requirements for the implementation mechanisms for the projects of the Arctic zones development.
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