Partners of the department
Visits and International Cooperation:
-Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation Moscow, Russian Federation
- Belgorod State National Research University, Belgorod, Russian Federation.
1. The World Bank's project "Forest Sector Development in the Republic of Belarus" (2017-2018)
According to the direction of D.E.N., professor of the Chair of Management, Technology of Business and Sustainable Development of BSTU Alexander Neverev, task 4 of the World Bank's project "Development of the Forest Sector of the Republic of Belarus":
Development of the Strategy for the long-term development of forestry in the Republic of Belarus with low greenhouse gas emissions for the period up to 2050: taking into account the updating of the Strategy for Adaptation of Forestry to Climate Change for the Period to 2050, the development of measures to increase the absorption of greenhouse gases by sinks (forests, mires) the period until 2030 and the introduction of the principles of the "green economy" into forestry, the preparation and coordination with the interested government bodies determined by the Ministry forestry sector of the Republic of Belarus, as well as representatives of the logging and woodworking sector, scientific circles, environmental organizations of the draft long-term forestry development strategy of the Republic of Belarus with low greenhouse gas emissions for the period up to 2050 with the development of a set of measures for its implementation, their volumes, deadlines, breakdown by responsible executors (forest fund holders, GPLC, other interested).
Objective of task 4: Development of a draft long-term forestry development strategy for the Republic of Belarus with low greenhouse gas emissions for the period up to 2050
Draft long-term forestry development strategy of the Republic of Belarus with low greenhouse gas emissions for the period up to 2050.
A broad discussion of the draft long-term forestry development strategy of the Republic of Belarus with a low level of greenhouse gas emissions for the period until 2050 will be the key to the development of a quality document and adequate actions in the field of formation and implementation of a climate-oriented strategy for the development of forestry in the Republic of Belarus.
2. Project Erasmus + Programs-Jean Monnet module, grant Erasmus + Programs-Jean Monet module (553575-EPP-1-2014-1-BY-EPPJMO-MODULE) on the topic "Land Use System in the EU - Science, Management and Policy" ( In 2014, the Department of Management and Economics of Nature Management won a grant for the implementation of the project).
The aim of the project is to improve the quality of students' training in the specialties "Management", "Economics and Plant Management ", "Marketing" through the development and implementation of the practical-oriented course " Economics of Nature Management” using innovative technologies for teaching students.
Objectives of the project:
- to develop and implement in the educational process a practice-oriented course "Economics of Nature Management" with the application of innovative technologies for teaching students
- to increase the mobility and availability of the course "Economics of Nature Management"
- to raise awareness of the public and specialists of certain aspects of sustainable nature management, to establish and strengthen professional contacts between representatives of educational institutions, professional associations, businesses, government institutions.
3. The Department was one of the 15 implementing partners of the international technical assistance project "Change of the Baltic landscapes - innovative approaches to the sustainable management of forest landscapes".
4. The Department participated in the implementation of the Tempus program "Environmental Management - Environmental Curricula" (EnGo).The aim of the program is to increase the competitiveness of professional and scientific environmental education in universities of partner countries, using the principles and methods of the Bologna process.
Tempus consortium includes 17 partners from 9 countries (Slovakia, Hungary, Netherlands, Poland, Austria, Belarus, Ukraine, Russia, Spain). The main partner of the program is the University named after. Comenius (Bratislava, Slovakia).
Within the framework of research and educational work, the department cooperates with both Belarusian enterprises and organizations and foreign companies: