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Durability Principles Versus Sustainable Development, Eco-development with Reference to Forms of Natural Valuable Areas

Vol. 5, No 2, 2012

                                                                                                                   

Anetta Zielińska

Department of Governing Quality and Environment

Faculty of Economy, Management and Tourism

 in Jelenia Gora

University of Economics in Wroclaw

St. Nowowiejska 3

58 - 500 Jelenia Gora, Poland

DURABILITY PRINCIPLES VERSUS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, ECO-DEVELOPMENT WITH REFERENCE TO FORMS OF NATURAL VALUABLE AREAS

E-mail: anetta.zielinska@ue.wroc.pl

ABSTRACT. The aim of this article is to identify durability principles in relation to sustainable development, eco-development and forms of natural valuable areas. Sustainable development accepts sensitive and strong durability principle, however, it does not accept a weak durability principle and restrictive principle. Eco-development does not accept a weak and sensitive durability principle, does not partly accept strong principle, but it accepts restrictive principle. Only one durability principle does not refer to any form of natural valuable areas, it is a weak principle.

 

 

Received: July, 2012

1st Revision: September, 2012

Accepted: October, 2012

JEL Classification:  Q26, Q01, Q29

Keywords: natural valuable areas, sustainable development, eco-development