ecoterra online Ro | En
Echipa redacţională

Instrucţiuni pentru autori
 
Numărul curent
Numărul 1(1-2)/2004
Numărul 1(3)/2004
Numărul 2(7)/2005
Numărul 2(4)/2005
Numărul 2(5)/2005
Numărul 2(6)/2005
Numărul 3(10)/2006
Numărul 3(11)/2006
Numărul 3(8)/2006
Numărul 3(9)/2006
Numărul 4(14)/2007
Numărul 4(13)/2007
Numărul 4(12)/2007
Numărul 4(15)/2007
Numărul 5(17)/2008
Numărul 5(16)/2008
Numărul 5(18)/2008
Numărul 5(19)/2008
Numărul 6(22-23)/2009
Numărul 6(21)/2009
Numărul 6(20)/2009
Numărul 7(24)/2010
Numărul 7(25)/2010
Numărul 8(29)/2011
Numărul 8(28)/2011
Numărul 8(27)/2011
Numărul 8(26)/2011
Numărul 9(30)/2012
Numărul 9(31)/2012
Numărul 9(32)/2012
Numărul 9(33)/2012
Numărul 10(37)/2013
Numărul 10(35)/2013
Numărul 10(36)/2013
Numărul 10(34)/2013
Numărul 11(1)/2014
Numărul 11(2)/2014
Numărul 11(3)/2014
Numărul 11(4)/2014
Numărul 12(4)/2015
Numărul 12(3)/2015
Numărul 12(2)/2015
Numărul 12(1)/2015
Numărul 13(1)/2016
Numărul 13(2)/2016
Numărul 13(3)/2016
Numărul 13(4)/2016
Numărul 14(4)/2017
Numărul 14(3)/2017
Numărul 14(2)/2017
Numărul 14(1)/2017
Numărul 15(1)/2018
Numărul 15(2)/2018
Numărul 15(3)/2018
Numărul 15(4)/2018
Numărul 16(4)/2019
Numărul 16(3)/2019
Numărul 16(2)/2019
Numărul 16(1)/2019
Numărul 17(4)/2020
Numărul 17(3)/2020
Numărul 17(2)/2020
Numărul 17(1)/2020
Numărul 18(1)/2021
Numărul 18(2)/2021
Numărul 18(3)/2021
Numărul 18(4)/2021

PRIMA PAGINĂ ECOTERRA NUMĂRUL 18(3)/2021


Ecoterra, 2021, 18(3):1-8
EVALUATION OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT INDICATORS IN ROMANIA
EVALUAREA INDICATORILOR DEZVOLTARII DURABILE IN ROMANIA

Alexandra Diana Chirescu
Faculty of Agrifood and Environmental Economics, Bucharest, Romania

In this paper the main indicators of sustainable development in Romania during 2010-2018 will be analyzed. According to Eurostat, sustainable development is characterized by three dimensions: economic, social and environmental. It was performed a bibliometric analysis for approximately 2000 documents for the sustainable development field. This type of analysis aims to highlight the countries with the most important scientific results in this area and also the common words used in the articles on this domain.


Ecoterra, 2021, 18(3):9-16
PERCEPTION ON PLASTIC RECYCLING: BEHAVIOUR PATTERNS TO HOUSEHOLD WASTE
PERCEPTIA ASUPRA RECICLARII PLASTICULUI: TIPARE COMPORTAMENTALE VIS-A-VIS DE DESEURILE DOMESTICE

Beatrice-Timea David, Maria Lucia Bizău-Cârstea
Faculty of Environmental Science, Babeș-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania

The environmental problems generated by plastic waste are well known nowadays. If companies align easier to the waste regulations, with citizens is a long-term process. Considering that household waste significantly contributes to the overall municipal waste, an online survey was created to gain knowledge about Romanian citizens’ perception upon selective collection in terms of plastic recycling. One hundred (100) participants took part in the survey, which was addressed to persons without background in environmental protection or waste management. The survey outlined that most of the respondents that identify the environmental problems issued by improper waste management do apply concepts of selective collection and encourage the recycling of plastic waste. The development of a system for direct collection of plastic waste from generator was accepted by 99% of the participants. Also, it was noticed that training programs at educational level would increase the implication of more citizens in reducing plastic waste impacts.


Ecoterra, 2021, 18(3):17-20
ANALYSIS OF THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOAL 6 – CLEAN WATER AND SANITATION IN ROMANIA
ANALIZA OBIECTIVULUI 6 AL DEZVOLTARII DURABILE - APA CURATA SI SALUBRITATE IN ROMANIA

Alexandra Diana Chirescu
Faculty of Agrifood and Environmental Economics, Bucharest, Romania

Sustainable development can be defined as development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. According to 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the National Strategy for Sustainable Development 2030, there are 17 Sustainable Development Goals, each one addressing to the main issues of today’s society. This paper analyses Sustainable Development Goal 6 – clean water and sanitation in Romania. Through the main targets set by the European Union for the year 2030, it is important to take into consideration universal and equitable access to safe and affordable drinking water, improving water quality by reducing pollution and increasing water efficiency in all sectors in order to ensure a sustainable process for capturing and supplying drinking water. The aim of this paper is to analyse the Sustainable Development Goal 6 in Romania and the evolution of the water system during 2008-2019 and to set out a trend for implementing the targets for the year 2030. It was discovered that the chosen indicators are relevant for this study, and their trend contributes to achieving the sustainable development targets set for 2030.


Ecoterra, 2021, 18(3):21-24
STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL INDICATORS IN THE SOUTH-EAST DEVELOPMENT REGION, ROMANIA, DURING 2014-2018
ANALIZA STATISTICA A INDICATORILOR SOCIO-ECONOMICI SI DE MEDIU IN REGIUNEA DE DEZVOLTARE SUD-EST, ROMANIA, IN PERIOADA 2014-2018

Alexandra Diana Chirescu
Faculty of Agrifood and Environmental Economics, Bucharest, Romania

In this paper it was performed an analysis of the main indicators that characterize the three sustainable development dimensions. The analysis shows the evolution of a dataset and it was used in order to obtain a more detailed image about the economic, social and environmental dimension in Romania during 2014-2018. Following the study, it was found out that environmental indicators are influenced by socio-economic indicators.


Ecoterra, 2021, 18(3):24-29
PROMOTING THE CONCEPT OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT. NEW SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS MODELS IN ROMANIA
PROMOVAREA CONCEPTULUI DE DEZVOLTARE DURABILA. NOI MODELE DE AFACERI SUSTENABILE IN ROMANIA

Alexandra Diana Chirescu, Andrada Elena Nițu
Faculty of Agrifood and Environmental Economics, Bucharest, Romania

Sustainable development involves the socio-economic development of a state in a responsible manner, without jeopardizing the resources needed for the development of future generations. It is essential to introduce courses on sustainable development, as people need to be aware that the environment is deteriorating due to anthropogenic activities. In Romanian society, not enough emphasis is placed on environmental protection, and most of the population does not pay attention to this issue. The paper analyses eco-entrepreneurship, green public procurement and green energy as potential sustainable business models that could also work in Romania.


Copyright © Icpe Bistrita