The article presents an interview of Kirill Degtyarev, JEEES deputy editor-in-chief, with Vladimir Syvorotkin, a Doctor of Geology and Mineralogy Sciences and a leading researcher of the Cathedra for Petrology and Volcanology, Geological Faculty of Lomonosov Moscow State University.
The article presents a brief overview of the discussion of leading Russian scientists about the situation around global climate changes. Various approaches to the assessment of the generally accepted theory of climate change, linking them mainly with the anthropogenic (technogenic) activity of industrial civilization, are presented.
The article presents an interview of Kirill Degtyarev, the Journal of the Environmental, Earth, and Energy Study deputy editor-in-chief, with Nicolay Larin, a geologist and researcher of Schmidt Institute of Physics of the Earth, Russian Academy of Sciences.
The article discloses and proves the geographical approach to the study of renewable energy sources and industry that can be recognized as “geo-energy or geographical energology”. Renewable energy sources are viewed as an object of the geographical science, as the energy flows of the geographical envelope
The world wind industry in 2019 with a capacity of 650.7 GWВ was in the second place among renewables. The total capacity of Russian wind plants at the same year was 630.5 MW. The article point on the financial arrangements for wind station development, the principle investors and equipment producers.