Rola samorządu terytorialnego w realizacji założeń strategii zrównoważonego rozwoju

Ewa Albińska


The conception of sustainable development means such a course of economic and infrastructure growth in a given territory, a growth that does not essentially interfere with the natural environment. It is assume here that the resources and values of nature are optimally used, they do not essentially or irreversibly change man's environment. The necessity to conduct economic activity in respect with nature is stressed here. Therefore sustainable development is not only a concrete economic activity, or a practical protection of the natural environment, but it is also the quality of organised society.

Once the principles of sustainable development are put into practice in the ecological policy of the state they will ensure the following: changes in the system of education, changes in the model of production and consumption, application of the best available techniques and good practices in economy, and then traditional actions (among other things, purification plants, neutralisation of wastes etc.) The issues connected with sustainable development should therefore be obligatory on the list of sector policies in all domains of economy, and also in the strategies and programmes of development at a national, local, and local levels. Obviously, the strategies accepted by local governments and the programmes of sustainable development should be realised in a complex manner, taking into consideration all sector of economic activity and inhabitants' activity.

Słowa kluczowe

rozwój zrównoważony; samorząd terytorialny; polityka ekologiczna; ochrona środowiska

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