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THE RESHAPING OF THE ENVIRONMENT UNDER THE SIGN OF THE ECOLOGIC POLICIES

AUTHOR/S: M. MAZILU, S. MITROI, V. MICSONIU
Sunday 1 August 2010 by Libadmin2009

9th International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference - SGEM2009, www.sgem.org, SGEM2009 Conference Proceedings/ ISBN 10: 954-91818-1-2, June 14-19, 2009, Vol. 2, 645-652 pp

ABSTRACT

The relation man – environment has reached a point when it will bear major changes,
which will reshape the entire structure of the man-made edifice. In fact, the changes will
affect the society and the rules which it has created in all the aspects, starting from the
definition of morality and reaching the behaviour of each individual, inhabitant of the
planet.

In this context, the ecologic policies do not situate themselves on auxiliary positions,
“curative”, but they are meant to set up objectives on economic, juridical, educational,
social, technological, environmental etc. levels and to elaborate the achievement
strategy. The proportions of the changes, the scientific incertitude, the traditions, the
behavioural and consume patterns, the technical restrictions etc. are elements which
constitute many difficulties in the elaboration of the ecologic policies.

The economic delays at global, regional and even national levels have not been
overcome. To these the armed conflicts, internal or international, are added which
exceed, in many cases, the possibilities of control. Thus, in the context of a world torn
apart by the conflicts of interest between the poor and the rich, between the users and
the suppliers, where the obtained gains from a level prove to be losses on another level
in real terms, to which the environment problems are added, the ecologic policies must
act to perfect the system in all its aspects.

Keywords: environment, protection, globalisation, sustainable, ecologic

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