Economic Processes Management: International Scientific E-Journal. 2017. № 2
Section: Management of economic processes in context of sustainable development
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Shevchenko I. V. (2017). Implementation of ecosystematic approach of environmental policy, Economic Processes Management: International Scientific E-Journal, 2, Retrieved from: http://epm.fem.sumdu.edu.ua/download/2017_2/epm2017_2_5.pdf
Shevchenko Iryna Viktorivna
Candidate of Economic Sciences, Senior Researcher,
State Institution “Institute of environmental economics and sustainable development of the NAS of Ukraine”, Ukraine
This article defines the objective, which shows us the necessity of using ecosystematic approach while implementing environmental policy of the government. This research provides characteristics of principles and properties of the approach under scrutiny. In the article it is outlined the application of ecosystem services which constitute an ecosystematic approach. There is detailed overview of certain instruments used for managing ecosystem services. That research pays attention to “green” planning which is one of the major instruments of studied approach. The article grounds the necessity of development of state-private partnership scheme, which provides the possibility to improve quality of functioning and rational ecosystem use. It is proved that the use of ecosystematic approach provides greater number of opportunities for estimation the state of environment and rational use of natural resources and in such way allows us to build effective approaches for implementation of environmental policy.
ecosystematic approach, environmental policy, ecosystem services, principle, instruments
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