The Logistics Creation Of Ecological Efficiency For The Russian Economic Under Covid-19

Abstract

Proving the presented article’s urgency, it should be admitted that the logistics role in the environmental efficiency formation of the Russian economic complex has become more and more important in recent years. In this research, it is proved that logistics directly affects not only the current ecological situation in the world, it forms the future format of energy efficiency, introducing green techniques into the usual schemes of products’ manufacturing and distribution, as well as determining the energy sufficiency status of regions and states. According to the authors, it is necessary to implement and spread the most effective, resource saving techniques with the least harm to the environment, providing the sustainable functioning of the system, interconnected processes of production, storage and transportation, because the environmentally friendly techniques introduction is not only an indicator of necessity, but also an essential indicator of the sustainability, the strategic development stability of logistics and other market participants. In the study, the theoretical and applied comprehensive scientific tools of eco-logistics, acting as an interdisciplinary coordinator of commodity movement systems, used as methodological support. The summary of the article contains significant scientific postulates proving that effective eco-logistics of the future based on the innovative techniques introduction in the market players’ activity today, using life cycle theories, investigating and implementing the most promising areas of environmental policy development. The research conclusions present the problems and prospects for eco-logistics development in one of the most important, system-forming sectors of the national economy – in the electric power industry.

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Publisher

European Publisher

First Online

25.09.2021

Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2021.09.02.307

Online ISSN

2357-1330