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Protection of nature and biodiversity as an ecological aspect of sustainable development

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The following study addresses the issues of nature conservation and biodiversity in the country. These issues can be referred to the problem of the concept of sustainable development. Sustainable development is a concept that refers to the social, economic and ecological aspects. Her task is to integrate these areas and ensure the compatibility of goals between them. Protection of nature and biodiversity refers to the ecological dimension of the concept of sustainable development. The theoretical part presents the essence of the concept of sustainable development and environmental protection. The empirical study presents the degree of nature conservation and biodiversity in Poland based on a study by the Central Statistical Office „Environment 2018”
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127
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3
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284-295
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  • Faculty of Management, Czestochowa University of Technology, Czestochowa, Poland
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