By Corrado Clini, Ignazio Musu, Maria Lodovica Gullino
This booklet offers the hot european method of environmental administration and its try and position it within the point of view of sustainable improvement. China and different huge and quick transforming into economies are placing expanding pressures on international surroundings, yet also they are the ecu event with nice curiosity. To significantly current this event may also help these international locations stay away from the errors made through built international locations in facing the relation among financial development and environmental safety, and to enhance the associations and instruments for larger environmental governance. the range of concerns lined and the extensive technique utilized in this ebook make it a great tool for readers who are looking to position themselves during this standpoint, even supposing ranging from varied backgrounds and degrees of information of environmental and sustainability sciences.
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Evaluation criteria as a translation of social actors’ desires and preferences Criteria Possible impact on other economic activities Land owners’ income Distribution of income Municipalities’ income Number of jobs Visual impact Social Desires and Preferences Some people are worried about the consequences on the tourism sector on the long run and on residential value. There is a necessity of additional incomes for the farmers To stabilize economic income To improve the quality of life There is a worry about who is going to get the benefit, will it be local or external owners?
In particular, as regards to the Climate Change Convention, the principle is enshrined in article 3, which reads as follows: The Parties have a right to, and should, promote sustainable development. Policies and measures to protect the climate system against human-induced change should be appropriate for the specific conditions of each Party and should be integrated with national development programmes, taking into account that economic development is essential for adopting measures to address climate change.
In this way, if an accident with serious contamination occurs – as in the case of Seveso in Italy (1976), Bhopal in India (1984), the Exxon Valdez in Alaska (1989), or more recently the oil-tanker Prestige offshore the coasts of Galicia (2002) – it seems correct and opportune to indemnify the victims of such contamination. However, it stays to verify if, in the long run, compensation is an VALUATION OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT POLICIES 35 effective tool to prevent the appearance of enormous social costs, given that it doesn’t guarantee the preservation of natural or cultural goods and services.