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Romanian Companies Adaptation to the Challenges of the "Green Economy"

Madalina Tocan and Oana Chindris-Vasioiu

No 11, Economics of Sustainable Development.The Economic Impact of Climate Change. - Working papers from Ecological University of Bucharest, Department of Economics

Abstract: The economy, in different historical stages and development in any part of the Terra planet, develops and grows between two coordinates, namely: production and consumption. Their relationship is interdependence, reciprocity. This relationship production-consumption which means savings in relation to the environment (initially natural environment) has two aspects: the environment is the economy support and a supplier of raw materials - support is established by the necessary energy production process for finished products and their distribution, waste results; Environmental structure at one time is changed by technological production processes actually determining ecological imbalances. The present paper tries to present the core concepts regarding green economy, the eco- economic decisions, environmental management system and the present situation of the environmental management within the Romanian companies.

Keywords: green economy; eco-economic decisions; Environmental Management System; Sustainable Development (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: O44 Q57 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 17 pages
Date: 2015-11
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Published in Economics of Sustainable Development - Economics of Sustainable Development.The Economic Impact of Climate Change., ISBN: 978-606-652-100-0, June 2016, pages 96-112

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