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Energia eoliana – sursa de dezvoltare durabila pentru România

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  • BARBU, Mircea

    () (Universitatea Spiru Haret)

  • BARBU, Liliana

    () (SNTFM CFR Marfa SA)

Abstract

Sustainable development means maintaining a material possibilities and living conditions for future generations, particularly renewable natural resources at least to the ones existing for the current generation and recovery of environmental factors affected by pollution. The spiritual level, sustainable development means much more, is the conservation of cultural heritage material, made by the past and today the creation and development capacity in the future, the elite who we are. The strategy for achieving sustainable development is the central problem of human existence both in the community plan time and space, and achieving a coherent system to bear the costs resulting from economic and social development, pollution prevention and removal of the negative effects thereof. In the current context, characterized by the alarming increase of pollution from energy production from burning fossil fuels, is becoming increasingly important to reduce dependence on these fuels. Wind energy has proved to be a very good solution to the problem of global energy. Using renewable resources is addressed not only energy production but the particular way of generating reworded and development model, the decentralization of sources. Wind energy in particular is among the forms of renewable energy applications suitable scale. Paper: http://ccefa.spiruharet.ro/materiale/dder.pdf

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  • BARBU, Mircea & BARBU, Liliana, 2009. "Energia eoliana – sursa de dezvoltare durabila pentru România," Papers 2009/147, Osterreichish-Rumanischer Akademischer Verein.
  • Handle: RePEc:ris:sphedp:2009_147
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    Keywords

    sustainable development; natural resources; pollution prevention; energy production; wind energy;

    JEL classification:

    • A11 - General Economics and Teaching - - General Economics - - - Role of Economics; Role of Economists

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