Interplays Between Environmentalism And Polluting Industries
Ildiko Ioan () and
Carmen Radulescu ()
Journal of Knowledge Management, Economics and Information Technology, 2011, vol. 1, issue 3, 4
The seriousness of environmental processes such as climate change, biodiversity loss or resources depletion becomes obvious through studies that require advanced expertise. Due to these characteristic environmental issues remained for a long time beyond public perception, but also beyond the economic cycle. Once some of the ecological unbalances were embodied in acute events with direct health impact, environmental issues entered the political agenda at different levels. The finding of solutions for environmental problems depends also on the capacity of the society to create intervention means that allow the expression of ecological unbalances in forms that are perceivable for both population, and economic systems.
Keywords: polluting industries; environmentalism; sustainable development; stakeholder management (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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