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Recycling and Sustainable Development
2019, vol. 12, br. 1, str. 1-11
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: izvorni naučni članak
objavljeno: 25/12/2019
doi: 10.5937/ror1901001S
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Izazovi i mogućnosti malih i srednjih eko-preduzeća u savremenoj cirkularnoj ekonomiji Nigerije
Olabisi Onabanjo University, Department of Sociology, Ago-Iwoye, Nigeria

e-adresa: postgraduatescholar@gmail.com

Sažetak

Mala i srednja eko-preduzeća predstavljaju glavne učesnike u sistemu cirkularne ekonomije i programu održivog razvoja. Razlog zbog koga je to istina je činjenica da su mala i eko-preduzeća kompanije ili osobe koje učestvuju u društveno-ekonomskoj aktivnosti koja se zasniva na principu kružnog sistema (smanjenje, ponovna upotreba i recikliranje) koji promoviše održivo korišćenje ekoloških resursa i smanjenje razvojnih izazova. Iz ovog razloga, u ovom radu se ispituju izazovi i mogućnosti malih i srednjih eko-preduzeća u cirkularnoj ekonomiji Nigerije. U ovom radu je objašnjen koncept održivog razvoja, cirkularne ekonomije, kao i pojam eko-preduzetništva. Takođe je ispitana i uloga malih i srednjih eko-preduzeća u podsticanju cirkularne ekonomije. U radu je primenjena i teorija o održivosti kao osnova za istraživanje. Sprovedeno je opsežno istraživanje koje se zasniva na aktuelnim i relevantnim akademskim publikacijama i izveštajima. Istraživanje, koje je izvedeno deskriptivno, je urađeno uz pomoć prikupljenih podataka tokom opsežnih intervjua. Učestvovalo je 15 namenski odabranih učesnika. Odgovori učesnika su analizirani putem kvalitativne analize sadržaja ili direktnih navoda. Došlo se do zaključka da mala i srednja eko-preduzeća pružaju mogućnost za razvoj cirkularne ekonomije u Nigeriji. Ipak, nedostatak odgovarajućeg finansiranja, podrške vlade, tehničkih veština, modernih objekata, kao i tržišta za eko-proizvode, predstavljaju prepreke za jačanje cirkularne ekonomije u Nigeriji. Na osnovu ovih zaključaka, u ovom radu se preporučuje da vlada i nevladine organizacije sarađuju u cilju unapređenja cirkularne ekonomije Nigerije.

Ključne reči

izazovi; cirkulativna ekonomija; razvoj; mala i srednja eko-preduzeća

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