SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND GREEN GROWTH: A EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVE

Abstrakt:

The green growth and green economy concept corresponds the environmental concerns, the economy as a whole and sustainable development. The green growth subjects to sustainable growth along with the development of environmental and economic sustainability. The main focus of green growth is concerned with waste minimization, reduction in greenhouse gases, environment friendly production, efficient use of energy and resources, eco-friendly practices, reducing environmental impacts, reuse and recycled products etc. This paper aims to understand the concept of green economy and green growth, and how it will help in attaining sustainable development. The study also focuses on the implementation of green strategy in European countries.

Autor: Farheen NAZ, Robert MAGDA, Dhanashree KATEKHAYE

Vydanie: 2020/2     Strany: 45-51     Klasifikácia JEL: M31, Q01, Q56

Kľúčové slová: eco-innovation, green economy, green growth, sustainable development, sustainability

Sekcia:

Kontakty:
Dr.Dhanashree Katekhaye
Szent Istvan University,Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences,
H-2100 Godollo, Pater Karoly str. 1
dhanashree25389@gmail.com

Dr.Robert Magda
Szent Istvan University,Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences,
H-2100 Godollo, Pater Karoly str. 1
North-West University, South Africa
magda.robert@gtk.szie.hu

Farheen Naz
Szent Istvan University,Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences,
H-2100 Godollo, Pater Karoly str. 1
ask2farheen@gmail.com


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