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The Conflict between Economic Development and Planetary Ecosystem in the Context of Sustainable Development

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  • Corina-Maria Ene
  • Anda Gheorghiu
  • Cristina Burghelea
  • Anca Gheorghiu

The green area of economy is the key of healthy living. It is necessary to convene economic and ecologic framework to establish a market attentive to drastic reduction of emissions damaging our climate and landscapes in rural areas, to the protection of biological diversity of the planet, to stop producing nuclear waste, etc. This paper tries to demonstrate human concern for a waste recycling economy that will provide new jobs, will create economic and social stability and will ensure a healthier and cleaner environment. Green Economy and its support system (planetary ecosystem) won't be in conflict anymore. Green Economy will be able to support economic progress for future.

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Date of creation: Feb 2011
Publication status: Published in 6-th IASME/WSEAS International Conference on Energy & Environment (EE'11), Cambridge, UK, February 23-25, 2011,ISSN 1792-8230,ISBN 978-960-474-274-5, pp. 266-271
Handle: RePEc:arx:papers:1102.5747
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