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Food security of the Arctic zone regions in the Russian Federation: formation of methodological principles and performance indicators

I R Ruiga, Z A Vasilyeva, L E Kirilina, A A Stupina, E S Kovzunova
IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science , Volume 315; doi:10.1088/1755-1315/315/2/022073

Abstract: The paper is devoted to the formation of a system of indicators for monitoring threats to food security in the regions of the Arctic zone of the Russian Federation (AZRF). The theoretical basis for the study included the results of the analysis of the accumulated foreign experience and current Russian practice on food safety assessment at the federal and regional levels. Focusing on the studied approaches, taking into account the identified advantages and disadvantages, the authors have compiled a list of methodological principles, on the basis of which a comprehensive system of indicators and indicators for assessing food security in the Arctic regions has been proposed. The results of the study can be used by regional and federal government to monitor risks and threats in the food sector of the Arctic territories, as well as to adjust existing regulatory and strategic documents and improve the mechanisms for ensuring food security in the Russian Arctic.
Keywords: safety / Russian / federation / food security in the Arctic / threats in the food

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