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Title: Effectiveness of actions associated with the environmental protection and the sustainable development
Authors: Zieba, K.
Martyniak, K.
Rusin-Balicka, S.
Balicki, B.
Marcin, A.
Keywords: сталий розвиток
устойчивое развитие
sustainable development
навколишнє середовище
окружающая среда
environment
економічні проблеми
экономические проблемы
economic problems
Issue Year: 2016
Publisher: Sumy State University
Citation: Effectivenes of actions associated with the environmental protection and the sustainable development [Текст] / K. Zieba, K. Martyniak, S. Rusin-Balicka [et al.] // Управління економічними процесами. – 2016. – № 4 (13). - Available: http://epm.fem.sumdu.edu.ua/download/2016_4/epm2016_4_11.pdf
Abstract: The problem, which for many centuries measured globe is "coexistence" between man and nature. The essential element of this process is the continuous satisfaction of human needs with the use of what nature and the process of globalization have given of themselves. Therefore, the authors of this article research has identified the following problems, namely. Do man can imagine himself without essential environment? Is the action and the human conscience allows him to "surrender" the gifts of fauna and flora? Is in the current progress in the development of society is the human factor that causes people to become empathetic to the devastation of the environment? The present article attempts to answer these questions, and the responses are the hypotheses.
URI: http://essuir.sumdu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/50588
Type: Article
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