Environmental and Economic Potential of Sustainable Regional Development and Its Indicative Dimension
Oksana Prystayko and
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Oksana Prystayko: National Aviation University, Kyiv
Economics of Nature and the Environment, 2014, 101-104
The article deals with the research of environmental-economic potential of sustainable regional development (EEPSRD). The definition of EEPSRD is given, its methodological content and methodical approaches to formalization are represented. Special attention is paid to differentiation of scientific approaches to understanding and researching of environmental-economic potential of sustainable regional development etc. The basic factors of development of environmental-economic potential are formulated, the criteria of effectiveness of environmental-economic potential are revealed. It is offered to define the EEPSRD effectiveness through system of interconnected and interrelated economic, social and environmental indicators of management effectiveness. In the article the territorial hierarchical levels of formatting and development of environmental-economic potential are defined, their essence is revealed, and the opportunities of their implementation are formulated. It is worked out the aims of EEPSRD implementation. They are as following: conceptual and program ensuring of qualitative changes in the dynamics of use and utilization of productive resources; implementation of green economy and cleaner production in the state policy, increasing the role of environmental part of goods and products competitiveness. It is also represented the researches on innovation implementation grounded on criteria of positive impact on environmental safety level and rational use of nature resources, accelerating of nature conservation equipment amortization and preferential credit resources involvement on the bases of sustainable development programme realization..
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