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Sustainable development of Poland - indicator analysis of selected aspects of the community

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The following study covers the subject of sustainable development of cities and communities in Poland. The theoretical part presents the essence of the concept of sustainable development. The empirical part contains an analysis of sustainable development indicators in relation to cities and communities in Poland. The research goal is to determine the size of indicators in individual years. This will make it possible to illustrate the scale of actions taken by the state authorities and the authorities of local government units for sustainable development and environmental protection in Poland. The research method used is a comparative analysis. The research period covers the years 2010-2017.
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282-295
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  • Faculty of Management, Czestochowa University of Technology, Czestochowa, Poland
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