Rationalization of nature use as an important factor socio-economic improving and strengthening energy self-sufficiency territorial communities in conditions of decentralization
Vasyl Golyan and
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Mykhaylo Khvesyk: Public Institution "Institute of Environmental Economics and Sustainable Development of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine", Kyiv
Sviatoslav Knyazyev: Department of Economics of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Kyiv
Economics of Nature and the Environment, 2015, 8-21
The preconditions appearance Ukrainian phenomenon of "Dutch disease" and the transition of the national economy on a trajectory of "resource curse" that requires improving the system of fiscal regulation nature use and review priorities of increasing energy potential of territorial communities through integrated use of local natural resources are considered. Public-private partnerships agreements as a priority institutional form of realization of projects for increasing the energy potential of territorial communities in conditions of decentralization based on increasing the efficiency of processing of a waste of agricultural and forestry production and recovery capacity of small hydropower are defined. Stimulate the use of hydropower potential of small rivers based on introduction of a concession regime of use water fund lands is proposed. Advisability increasing of energy efficiency of land use based on processing of a waste of grain and industrial crops and not increasing cultivated areas of energy direction agricultural crops is proved. Creation of forest clusters based on subjects of forestry business, local governments and finance and credit institutions for creation conditions for reducing losses forest raw and manufacturing energy wood from recycled waste wood are proposed.
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