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Implementation of Green Economy Instruments at Food Industry Enterprises on the Basis of Implementation of Innovative Projects
Saratov State Agrarian University named after N.I. Vavilova, Theater Square 1, Saratov 410012 Russian Federation
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The problems associated with development of green economy instruments at food industry enterprises are considered. On the basis of the analysis, it is concluded that insufficient attention is paid to environmental problems in the food industry in Russia. Introduction of modern equipment is carried out on the basis of implementation of innovative projects, where “green” investment is negligible. An analysis of the structure of investment in “green technologies” showed that these are mainly private investment resources, and government funding is minimal. It is concluded that it is necessary to develop instruments for financing innovative projects to introduce mechanisms of a “green” economy in the food industry. In order to stimulate the implementation of innovative environmental projects at food industry enterprises, such modern tools as public-private partnerships, insurance, concessional lending, and etc. are offered. As a result of the offered approaches to implementation of innovative projects based on a “green economy” at food industry enterprises, the environmental efficiency of the food industry will increase, as well as significantly reduce costs due to introduction of resource-saving technologies.
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