OREANDA-NEWS   Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Mikhail Mishustin signed a decree approving the provision of grants to scientific institutions for research and development necessary to create a monitoring system for climatically active substances. The federal budget provides for more than 7.4 billion rubles in the next two years, according to the website of the Cabinet of Ministers on Friday.

"Six scientific and educational centers will receive federal funding," the report says.

It is specified that the funding will be received by the G. I. Marchuk Institute of Computational Mathematics, the A. I. Voeykov Main Geophysical Observatory, the Institute of National Economic Forecasting, the Center for Ecology and Forest Productivity of the Russian Academy of Sciences, the P. P. Shirshov Institute of Oceanology, as well as the Y. A. Israel Institute of Global Climate and Ecology.

The website of the Cabinet of Ministers notes that the implementation of the project of the monitoring system of climatically active substances will help to prevent the negative impact of climate change on all sectors of the economy and on the quality of life of citizens of the Russian Federation.