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Stakeholders Analysis for Building in Green Infrastructure Objects

Ivaylo Ivanov, Stanislava Kovacheva, Ivan Paligorov, Elena Dragozova and Paula Malkovska
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Ivaylo Ivanov: University of Forestry, Sofia, Bulgaria
Stanislava Kovacheva: University of Forestry, Sofia, Bulgaria
Ivan Paligorov: University of Forestry, Sofia, Bulgaria
Elena Dragozova: University of Forestry, Sofia, Bulgaria
Paula Malkovska: University of Forestry, Sofia, Bulgaria

Economic Alternatives, 2022, issue 1, 76-84

Abstract: In recent decades, overcrowding, urban sprawl, gray infrastructure, polluted air and water have led to a growing need for green infrastructure to provide good living conditions. In an attempt to meet its needs, society perceives ecosystems and services as an infinite inexhaustible resource. The concept of sustainable development has led to a reformatting of policies at global, European, national, regional and local levels. Part of the policy for sustainable use of resources is related to the construction of green infrastructure to meet current needs without compromising the life quality for future generations. Policies and approaches geared to building green infrastructure unite the various interests of society, individual groups or people we identify as stakeholders. In the process of management and spatial planning of green infrastructure, stakeholder research provides the opportunity to create sustainable management solutions.

Keywords: sustainable development; stakeholders; green infrastructure (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: Q18 Q21 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2022
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