Problems of Stable Development of the Odessa Region
Development of market-oriented socio-economic relations in Ukraine contribute to activation of processes of development of city and regional infrastructure. This results in increase of volume of production of various material benefits, directed at satisfaction of first priority needs of the population. This also results in the growth of social tension connected with pollution of environment caused by activity of industrial, processing, agricultural and other enterprises. In order to assess problems of stable development of the Odessa oblast, economic and social measuring instruments were used with a set of various indicators. Results of the studies testify to a low level of ecological management and high level of ecological danger in the region. That is why, solution of the issue of ecological component of stable development through development of economic and social components should become the first priority task at the level of the Odessa region.
Volume (Year): (2013)
Issue (Month): 7 ()
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