The Role of Local Government in Waste Management
"The earth is polluted - Commoner says - not because the man is a very dirty animal, nor because the species is too large. The blame is on society - how society understands to possess, distribute and use the wealth that human labor extracts from planetary resources (Barry Commoner, The circle which closes (The Nature, Human and Tehnique), Politicã Publishing, Bucharest, 1980, p. 261.). In addition to strategies and various recoveries and transformations, it is absolutely necessary to implement the National Plan of Waste Management and the Guide in order to underpin local and regional implementation plans, which have remained mere pieces of paper”.
Volume (Year): XI (2011)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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