Applying of Economic Mechanisms of Environmental Management and Protection in Area of Beautification of Human Settlements
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Oleksandr Ihnatenko: National Academy of Public Administration under the President of Ukraine, Kyiv
Economics of Nature and the Environment, 2014, 105-108
The research object of this article is to analyse the existing economic mechanisms in the state regulation of the area of arrangement of human settlements. In the article it is examined the problematic aspects of the application of economic mechanisms in this field. It is analysed the recent research and publications in this field. In this article it is described the activities in the field of the area of arrangement of human settlements associated with environmental management and protection. It is shown the aspects of the formation and implementation of public policy in the field of the area of arrangement of human settlements. It is also analysed the use of the European Landscape Convention in Ukraine. It is defined the economic mechanism of environmental management and protection in the area of arrangement of human settlements. Upon further study of economic mechanisms in this area is recommended to take into account the financial situation of the country, the implementation of decentralization. Most economic mechanisms in this area are focused on solid waste management and planting of greenery in areas. It is recommended further exploration on regulation, methods of tariff regulation, institutional arrangements, and European experience as to attraction of socially appropriate business.
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