Monitoring of Ecologically Sustainable Development of Rural Territories in the Global Challenges
Tetyana Stroyko and
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Inna Irtyshcheva: National Shipbuilding University named after Admiral Makarov, Mykolaiv
Tetyana Stroyko: Mykolaiv National University named after V.O. Suhomlynskiy
Marianna Stehnei: Mukachevo State University
Economics of Nature and the Environment, 2014, pages 109-111
The conceptual approaches to the development of monitoring system of ecologically sustainable development of rural territories under the conditions of global challenges are grounded. It is investigated the experience of developed countries of the world concerning financing of the development of rural territories. It is determined the components and the main aim of the rural territories development policy. The objective necessity to create the monitoring system of ecological sustainable development of rural territories is grounded to determinate the strategic pre-conditions of the further development of rural territories. The determination of ecological monitoring system and basic directions of its activity are provided. The necessity to form a new paradigm of development of the globalized world economy foresees the expediency of development, after which it is possible to estimate the degree of steadiness, positive or negative dynamics of movement to sustainable development. The main result of development of indicators of sustainable development is monitoring of achievement of goals of the latter, managing of process, estimation of efficiency of the used resources and the level of achievement of set objectives. The set of indicators is worked out according to four basic criteria: economic opportunities, ecologization level, socialization level, comfort level of the rural territories. Two base concepts of state support of the development of rural territories which can be used both for the sectoral and territorial approach to the rural development in Ukraine are investigated.
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