Uspešnost Evropske unije pri ločevanju socialno-ekonomskega napredka od vplivov na okolje

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  • Katja Vintar Mally Univerza v Ljubljani, Filozofska fakulteta

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.4312/dela.54.105-123

Ključne besede:

ekološki odtis, človekov razvoj, okolje, dohodki, trajnostni razvoj

Povzetek

Evropska unija je v preteklih desetletjih stopnjevala svoje zaveze k ločevanju socialno-ekonomskega napredka od rabe virov oziroma vplivov na okolje, zato v članku preučujemo uspešnost držav pri udejanjanju izbranih vidikov teh zavez v obdobju 1990–2016. V ta namen so izpostavljena razmerja med napredkom na področju človekovega razvoja, zlasti še pri zviševanju dohodkov prebivalcev, ter pritiski na naravne vire in ekosistemske storitve, kot jih zajema koncept ekološkega odtisa. Rezultati kažejo določeno mero uspešnosti držav Evropske unije pri ločevanju obojega, medtem ko tega za države sveta na splošno ni možno potrditi.

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30.12.2020 — posodobljeno 10.08.2021

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Vintar Mally, K. (2021). Uspešnost Evropske unije pri ločevanju socialno-ekonomskega napredka od vplivov na okolje. Dela, (54), 105–123. https://doi.org/10.4312/dela.54.105-123 (Original work published 30. december 2020)

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