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ISSN: 2344 - 102X

ISSN-L: 2344 - 102X


Article from Volume 10, Number 3, Year 2022

Author(s): Natalia Antoci, Alexei Chirtoca
DOI: 10.4316/EJAFB.2022.1033
Abstract: The requirement to meet environmental needs started to take center stage in the economy and the human consumer value system in the last two decades of the twenty-first century. At all stages of its development, society relies on the use of natural resources to produce goods and services. This makes it difficult to simultaneously maintain the rate of economic growth and minimise the negative consequences of anthropogenic impacts on nature. In this respect, the aim of state management authorities is to create a reliable and efficient mechanism ready to provide a balanced solution to economic and environmental protection problems in order to meet the vital needs of the population. This becomes particularly important for ensuring the sustainable social development of any country, including the Republic of Moldova. In this context, the subject of the scientific article is the issue of preserving the environment and assuring the growth of the eco-economic systems.
Keywords: Eco-economic System, Subsystem, Sustainable Development, Environment
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