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La green economy in Emilia-Romagna: a sostenibilità come fattore di sviluppo

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  • Francesco Garibaldo
  • Nicole Orlando

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  • Gianluca Parodi

    () (Università di Bologna)

  • Giorgio Tassinari

    () (Università di Bologna)

Abstract

The aim of this work is to analyze the development of Green Economy in the Emilia-Romagna Region. Sustainability and efficiency are seen as springs of development to be pushed overall in a period of global economic crisis. Starting from the distinction of Green Production and Green Products, the authors have investigated the evolution of the sector in the last years, in particular analyzing the number of enterprises and products with environmental certifications and their economic performance. A special focus have been made regarding the production of Renewable Energy Sources and the EU objectives. Furthermore it has been explored the Agri-food sector, underlining its relationship with the environment and the threats given by Climate Change, and on the other side the opportunities linked to agro-energies and organic productions. The authors have made some on field interviews to operators and firms of different sector in order to better understand their perspective regarding Green Economy markets. Additionally to underline some strategic guidelines to be followed by governments to better implement structural changes to raise efficiency and to further green the economical production

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  • Francesco Garibaldo & Nicole Orlando & Gianluca Parodi & Giorgio Tassinari, 2012. "La green economy in Emilia-Romagna: a sostenibilità come fattore di sviluppo," Quaderni di Dipartimento 1, Department of Statistics, University of Bologna.
  • Handle: RePEc:bot:quadip:wpaper:116
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