Specific volume of emissions from stationary sources per unit of GDP in Russia in 2030 will decline by 42.1% to 0.22 million tons in the RR of GDP, according to a forecast of long-term socio-economic development of Russia until 2030, issued Economic Development.
According to the forecast of the Ministry in 2020 rate will reduce from the present 0.38 tonnes to 0.3 tonnes per million rubles of GDP, and over the next 10 years — up to 0.22 tons. In addition, the number of cities with high and very high air pollution level has dropped from 126 in 2013 to 50 in 2020 and then to 34 in 2030.
The specific volume of waste of all hazard classes per unit of GDP over the next 17 years is expected to reduce by 62.4%, from 90 tons to one million rubles of GDP to 73.4 tons in 2020 and 33.8 tons in 2030.
As noted by the Office to present in 40 regions of the Russian Federation, more than 54% of the urban population is exposed to high and very high air pollution.
"The volume of wastewater discharged into surface water bodies without treatment or inadequately treated, remains high. Almost all regions of the tendency to deterioration of soil and land," — written by experts MED.
In addition, desertification in some way covered 27 subjects of the Russian Federation with a total area of over 100 hectares.