Author(s): Nursultan Poshanov, Zhumash Kosanov, Sailaubek T Alibekov, Maryam Dossymbekova, Aizat Begzhan
Environmental control promotes the rational use of natural resources and protection of the environment from adverse effects. It is an essential legal measure. Based on the relevance of the topic, the main objective of the work is to compare the existing environmental control in the Republic of Kazakhstan and countries far abroad. The authors found that the use of natural resources should be considered as a unified system. The authors show that such a perception of ecological systems inevitably leads to the fact that the issue of their safety appears in the framework of cooperation between two or more states. The novelty of the study is the provision that environmental control should be carried out, not only on the basis of generally accepted standards, but also to determine the feasibility of implementing administrative and economic cooperation mechanisms for the even development of ecological systems. Directions for further research are the possibility of organizing supranational regulatory and legal documents that will allow the allocation of shared environmental systems and determine the possibility of an even development of the territories.