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Eco-rating of Russian regions 2010

September 2010, All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization Green Patrol issued a new eco-rating of Russia’s regions.

The rating, launched in 2008, is based on the analysis of information materials from the open sources, such as mass media, federal and regional authorities, public organizations. Green Patrol specialists evaluated the regions’ current state of ecosphere (protection of the environment), sociosphere (protection and improvement of people’s health and living environment) and technosphere (state and development of industry in compliance with the requirements for ecological safety). Each of the 3 indexes mentioned above include assessment of the whole range of factors: atmosphere, water, land and bioresources, information and psychological climate, culture and education, government and law, industrial environment, science and technology, etc.

Belgorod Region tops the eco-rating with the highest consolidated index of 66 points (75-100 points category remained vacant). Top 10 of the most environmentally sound Russia’s regions also includes Altai Republic, Republic of Tyva, Kabardino-Balkar Republic, Altai Region, Republic of Buryatia, Tomsk, Kursk, Pskov and Tambov Regions.

Eco-rating of Russia’s regions:

Rank
Region
Consolidated index
1
Belgorod Region
66
2
Altai Republic
62
3
Republic of Tyva
62
4
Kabardino-Balkar Republic
60
5
58
6
Republic of Buryatia
58
7
Tomsk Region
58
8
57
9
57
10
57
11
Chuvash Republic
57
12
Chukotka Autonomus Area
57
13
Republic of Tatarstan
56
14
Republic of Adygeya
55
15
Kaluga Region
55
16
55
17
Sakha Republic (Yakutia)
55
18
Ulyanovsk Region
55
19
Karachay-Cherkess Republic
54
20
54
21
Murmansk Region
54
22
Rostov Region
54
23
Samara Region
54
24
Amur Region
53
25
Jewish Autonomous Region
53
26
53
27
Kamchatka Krai
53
28
Magadan Region
53
29
Primorsky Krai
53
30
Irkutsk Region
52
31
52
32
52
33
Sakhalin Region
52
34
52
35
Arkhangelsk Region
51
36
Kemerovo Region
51
37
Novgorod Region
51
38
Omsk Region
51
39
51
40
Khabarovsk Krai
51
41
Republic of Khakassia
51
42
Chechen Republic
51
43
Astrakhan Region
50
44
Volgograd Region
50
45
50
46
Ivanovo Region
50
47
Republic of Ingushetia
50
48
Kostroma Region
50
49
Krasnodar Krai
50
50
Tyumen Region
50
51
Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug
50
52
Bashkortostan Republic
48
53
Vladimir Region
48
54
Republic of Dagestan
48
55
Republic of Kalmykia
48
56
48
57
48
58
Nenets Autonomous Okrug
48
59
48
60
Republic of North Ossetia-Alania
48
61
Tver Region
48
62
Bryansk Region
47
63
Republic of Mordovia
47
64
47
65
Yaroslavl Region
47
66
46
67
Kirov Region
46
68
46
69
Moscow
46
70
Novosibirsk Region
46
71
Orenburg Region
46
72
46
73
Smolensk Region
46
74
Stavropol Krai
46
75
Zabaykalsky Krai
45
76
Krasnoyarsk Krai
45
77
Kurgan Region
45
78
Perm Krai
45
79
Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug
45
80
Tula Region
42
81
Moscow Region
39
82
35
83
Chelyabinsk Region
34

 

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