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BRANAŞCO, Natalia. “Green economy”: social-economic opportunities and challenges. In: Yesterday’s heritage – implications for the development of tomorrow’s sustainable society. Ediția 3, 11-12 februarie 2021, Chişinău. Chișinău, Republica Moldova: 2021, pp. 41-42.
|Yesterday’s heritage – implications for the development of tomorrow’s sustainable society
Ediția 3, 2021
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Chişinău, Moldova, 11-12 februarie 2021
According to experts from the United Nations Environment Program, the green economy is defined as an economy that improves the living standards of the population and ensures social justice, while significantly reducing environmental risks. The most important features of this economy are the efficient use of natural resources, the preservation and increase of natural capital, the reduction of pollution, the prevention of biodiversity loss, the increase of income and employment. The green economy is being researched in the context of the fight against climate change and as a solution to overcoming financial and economic crises. The green economy is based on clean and green technologies, and the development of this economy will allow states and regions of the world to avoid an ecological crisis, which has already affected many post-industrial countries. This determines the need to modernize the economy, whose ultimate goal, in addition to economic growth and competitiveness, is to improve the living standards of the population and ensure favorable conditions for future generations. Achieving this goal is only possible if sustainable development is ensured on the basis of the „green economy” principles.