Eco-Efficiency Indicators’ Evolution In Romania
Due to the importance of improving the environmental performance and of integrating the environmental protection policies in long-term strategies, the practical interest has increased for identifying, selecting and building the most expressive eco-efficiency indicators. The paper analyses the basic performance indicators for environment at micro-economic level, which might show progress on the sustainable development road. The study of the eco-efficiency was developed based on a financing pilot study of urban infrastructure investments in Calarasi county for a municipal association. The main objective was to improve gas and sewerage systems for four localities (Calarasi, Oltenita, Lehliu Gara and Budesti) under the conditions of improving the economic and ecological efficiency of the proposed project.
Volume (Year): 20 (2005(XV))
Issue (Month): 1(29) (June)
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