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APPLYING MULTIDIMENTIONAL COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF THE CONCEPT REALIZATION OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT FOR THE PROTECTED AREAS

Vol. 4, No 1, 2011

Anetta Zielinska

Department of Governing Quality and Environment

Faculty of Regional Economy and Tourism in Jelenia Gora

Wrocław University of Economics

anetta.zielinska@ue.wroc.pl

APPLYING MULTIDIMENTIONAL COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF THE CONCEPT REALIZATION OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT FOR THE PROTECTED AREAS

 

 

ABSTRACT.On the basis of hierarchical classification, districts situated in the areas of protected lands and  their nearest neighborhood of Lower Silesian Voivodeship were organized in the following way: beginning with the best and ending with the worst. They were organized on the basis of a synthetic measure of development and sustainable development’s indicators.

The result of the investigation allowed setting up some conclusions and demands: hierarchical classification of the districts situated in the area of natural valuable areas shows, that these are not always the best districts in implementing the sustainable development concepts in comparison with the districts which are not included into the researched areas; sustainable development’s indicators for the districts should diagnose socio-economic-environmental condition; one should create a homogeneous set if indicators for natural valuable areas in a district order, which will be used for an assessment of the sustainable development concepts accomplishment; a synthetic development measure will serve for a continuous analysis of dynamics’ changes in the accomplishment of sustainable development.

 

Received: January, 2011

1st Revision: February, 2011

Accepted: May, 2011

JEL Classification: C19, Q01

Keywords: hierarchical classification, sustainable development’s indicators.