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Title: Social Dimensions of Green Economy
Other Titles: Соціальний вимір зеленої економіки
Authors: Stukalo, Nataliia
Simakhova, Anastasiia
Стукало, Наталія
Сімахова, Анастасія
Keywords: ‘green’ economy
social development
sociological dimensions
green employment
"зелена" економіка
соціальний розвиток
соціологічний вимір
навколишнє середовище
зелена зайнятість
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: Академія наук Литви
Citation: Stukalo N., Simakhova A. Social Dimensions of Green Economy. Filosofija. Sociologija. 2019. T. 30. Nr. 2, p. 91–99
Series/Report no.: ;2
Abstract: The article analyses the social approach to the concept of ‘green’ economy. The key features of sociology of the ‘green’ economy have been presented. The basic spheres, in which it is possible to trace the relationship between ‘green’ economy and social being, have been traced. The impact of the ‘green’ development on education, health, employment and population wellbeing has been explored. The main promising directions of enhancing the positive influence of the development of ‘green’ economy on the social sphere have been proposed.
У статті проаналізовано соціальний підхід до концепції "зеленої" економіки. Представлено ключові особливості соціології "зеленої" економіки. Простежено основні сфери, в яких можна простежити взаємозв'язок між "зеленою" економікою та соціальним буттям. Досліджено вплив "зеленого" розвитку на освіту, охорону здоров'я, зайнятість та добробут населення. Запропоновано основні перспективні напрями посилення позитивного впливу розвитку "зеленої" економіки на соціальну сферу.
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