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Formation Of The System Of Environmental Management Of Forestry Enterprises


  • Evgen Mishenin

    (Sumy National Agrarian University)

  • Inessa Yarova

    (Sumy National Agrarian University)


This article presents scientific and methodical approaches to the implementation and operation of environmentally oriented forest management, on the basis of a common ecomangement methodology and the main provisions of ISO 14001, which take into account sectoral characteristics and principles of environmentally sustainable forest management, and application of ecologicaleconomic management technologies. Essentially-content basis of environmentally oriented forest management and its specific typical forms (such as ecosystem and environmental management) have been outlined in this article. Principles and functions of environmental management of forestry enterprises and the basic stages of its implementation and functioning have been considered. Step by step implementation of elements of environmental management in forestry requires the creation of a centre of ecological and economic forestry management, which should operate at the regional level. Implementation of the mechanism of facilitation as a form of solution of ecological and economic conflicts has been investigated.

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  • Evgen Mishenin & Inessa Yarova, 2013. "Formation Of The System Of Environmental Management Of Forestry Enterprises," Ukrainian Journal Ekonomist, Yuriy Kovalenko, issue 10, pages 21-26, October.
  • Handle: RePEc:uje:journl:y:2013:i:10:p:21-26

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