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SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AS THE PRINCIPLE OF CIVIC SOCIETY

Vol. 2, No 2, 2009

 

Adam Płachciak

University of Economics in Wroclaw, Poland

 

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AS THE PRINCIPLE OF CIVIC SOCIETY

 

 

 

ABSTRACT. The idea of sustainable development is focused on contemporary threats of human life, which generally emerge form growing consumption of natural resources, enlarging of environmental devastation, fast demographic growth, unsatisfied basic needs of immeasurable group of people or deep destabilization of natural and socio – economical systems. An imperative assignment for efficient implementation of sustainable development depends on pressing towards building a responsible civil society.  Only active engagement of all social actors can build solid ground for the implementation of sustainable development principle.

 

 

Received: July, 2009

1st Revision: September, 2009

Accepted: November, 2009

JEL Classification: Q01,Q56

Keywords: sustainable development, civic society, environment, public discourse, economy.