Complex Seaports Managerial Emphasis Within The Environmental Security And Safety Context
In the current context water pollution, beginning with the last decade of our century, has become an imperative area of strategic debates within the strong industrial development world status, the difference between the quality of natural water sources and water quality required by consumers (drinking, industrial, irrigation, etc.) increased, reaching levels that, in many cases, led to the impossibility of applying treatment technologies known. Ensuring a certain quality level is the thinnest line that separates optimal from catastrophic. Thus, being in the fore, the complex seaports have a strategic role within the environmental security and safety context, and also within the national economy - in the sense of values being determined in the market, but cannot be marketed in the form of goods and services cannot be measured in monetary value and require new assessment tools that include quality aspects. Hence, we are strengthening in applying the concept of quality sustainable development, within which the government can influence the behavior of authorities, but more important businesses and individuals are also subjects of environmental policy instruments that aim to achieve positive reinforcing the links between development and the environment and breaking the linkages between economic growth and environmental damage. Stressing out the managerial guidelines, complex seaports as playing a strategic role within this context must for sure shelter endogenous and exogenous variables for securing from ecological risks. Still, the conclusions are redirected towards major element contents foundation of quality stages developing ecological studies. We are considering that their importance has a conditional placement for the complex seaports, size and alignment requirements mainly taking into accont the securing environment development from ecologic risking.
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- Pallis, Athanasios A. & de Langen, Peter W., 2010. "Seaports and the structural implications of the economic crisis," Research in Transportation Economics, Elsevier, vol. 27(1), pages 10-18.
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