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SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AS A DETERMINANT OF FUNCTIONING THE VALUABLE NATURAL AREAS

Vol. 3, No 1a, 2010

 

Chapter 3.4.

 

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AS A DETERMINANT OF FUNCTIONING THE VALUABLE NATURAL AREAS

 

Anetta Zielińska

 

 

Abstract. Development of valuable natural areas is seen through implementing the idea of sustainable development which aim is retaining the harmony between orders: ecological, economical, social, institutional and spatial. It will cause the increase in the level of society’s life quality, the society living within valuable natural areas.

Stimulator for sustainable development is greening economy (e.g. agriculture, tourism), it is a challenge and the paradigm of the present. In result valuable natural areas will become competitive by the fact that they are predestined to implementing into practice the rules of sustainable development. Within valuable natural areas there is a meaningful, developmental potential, they constitute over 32% of the Poland’s land surface.

 

Keywords: sustainable development, nature valuable areas.

 

The beauty of the Earth makes me calling

to preserve it for future generations.

If you love this mother country,

May this call not be left without answer!

Pope John Paul II

Zamość, 12th June1999