Industrial city ecology and Climate change, Chelyabinsk, Russia

International Forum-exhibition “Industrial city ecology and Climate change”, World Trade Center Chelyabinsk, Russia .

Organizers World Trade Center Chelyabinsk,Russia Exhibition center “YuzhUralExpo”
Venue WTC Congress-exhibition hall, Lenin prospect,35 Chelyabinsk , Russia
Official support Ministry of Economic Development of the Chelyabinsk region Ministry of radiation and environmental safety of the Chelyabinsk region 
Forum Subjects  – Industrial city ecology,- the development of legislation in the field of environmental protection ,- waste control, waste recycling,- renewable energy sources,- best practices of European countries in the field of Strategy of climate changes control and realization of ecological projects.
Forum Objectives   Attract attention of local authorities and Chelyabinsk region deputy corps, representatives of industrial plants, ecological and public organizations to the topical environmental issues of the region, enabling conditions for the development of regional and international cooperation in the field of environment and environmental management, drafting of new laws  for legislation changing for the purpose of the region ecological problems  solving. 
Forum Participants   Federal officials, representatives of local power structures, deputy corps of the city and the region,  representatives of industrial plants, ecological and public organizations.
Forum Program The forum includes :– conferences, seminars and business meetings on topical environmental issues,- research excellence in the field of environmental protection,- attracting investment of foreign sponsors for solving ecological problems of the city and the region,- development new provisions of law for environmental protection and infrastructure to supervise these laws, meetings with representatives of federal, regional and local authorities.Within the framework of the  forum will be  the exhibition-fair:– equipment and technologies for collection, processing, recycling, utilization and disposal of industrial waste and consumption residue;- equipment and technological tools for open air safety from stationary and mobile sources of pollution;- equipment and technologies of sewage water treatment, industrial water treatment, water supply and water disposal, water areas purification.Increase of  industrial city green areas
Industrial trade-fairTargets   Presentation of innovative, recourse saving technologies, demonstration of modern equipment and  developments of industrial waste treatment, sewage water treatment, waste utilization (slugs, waste).
Industrial trade-fair Sections Modern equipment for environmental monitoringEnvironmental and Industrial SafetyDevices and systems of environmental control in industrial enterprisesTechnologies of collection, keeping, processing and utilization of industrial and domestic wasteEnergy and Water savingEquipment and materials for cleaning and restoration of water usedAir emissions and protecting airRecycling and secondary resourcesWater treatment technologyIncrease of  industrial city green areas 

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  1. Industrial ecology is an interdisciplinary framework for designing and operating industrial systems as living systems interdependent with natural systems. It seeks to balance environmental and economic performance within emerging understanding of local and global ecological constraints. Some of its developers have called it “the science of sustainability”.
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