«Sustainable development forms a natural part of ROSATOM’s day-to-day operations. Almost 290,000 people are employed in the industry; more than 2 million people live in our 27 nuclear towns and cities in Russia, and we are responsible for their lives literally on a daily basis. Environmental and social responsibility is an integral part of all our operations.

ROSATOM has extensive technological capabilities; we have expertise and solutions that can improve people’s lives, and it is our duty to put these solutions into practice. In Russia, we are responsible for a number of national projects that are relevant to sustainable development goals in one way or another. As part of the Ecology National Project, we are developing a system for managing hazard class 1 and 2 waste; we are participating in the Healthcare National Project and are responsible for developing the Northern Sea Route».

Alexey Likhachev
Director General of ROSATOM

(E) Environmental
(S) Social
(G) Governance

In the course of its operations, State Atomic Energy Corporation Rosatom is committed to global sustainable development priorities and adheres to the 10 principles of the UN Global Compact. ROSATOM contributes to the achievement of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through its product line, its financial and economic performance and its efforts to ensure the sustainability of internal environmental, social and governance processes.

Organisations in the industry adhere to the Unified Industry Policy on Sustainable Development, which sets out the position of ROSATOM and its organisations on sustainable development matters, including the goals, objectives and key principles of their efforts in the sphere of health, safety and the environment, in the social sphere and in the sphere of corporate governance. The Policy is available on the website at in the Sustainability section.