Zasobooszczędne gospodarowanie w jednostkach samorządu terytorialnego
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A motto known from the conference in Rio de Janeiro „think globally, act locally” is not negated, on the contrary it takes on a new meaning. The consequences of global environmental changes, i.e. climate change, hydrological cycle disorders, decline in biodiversity, limited access to environmental services are particularly felt locally and regionally. Necessary is therefore a comprehensive and multi-faceted activity of local and regional decision-makers and all users of the environment for the benefit of: resource-efficient and innovative management of the territory with the use of modern tools and methods. Actions limiting the impact of local communities on the state and quality of the environment and the exploration and implementation of adaptive solutions to adverse environmental changes are necessary. Territories and their users must be actively involved in the process of building ecologically safe living conditions and running economic and social activities. „Resource-efficient management in territorial units” focuses on the problems of rational and efficient use of the territories’ resources, including the protection of natural potential (especially biodiversity), activating and supporting processes of the „green economy” through eco-innovation, development and implementation of low-carbon economy plans and new forms of cooperation in environmental protection, which are ecological clusters.
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