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2017, vol. 22, iss. 2-3, pp. 89-105
Natural facilities as an assumption or regional and local sustainable development
University of Belgrade, Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy, Serbia
Modelling of the development and integration of Serbia into world trends in the light of economic, social and political commotions (MESTD - 179038)

Keywords: sustainable development; natural facilities; renewable resources; hydrugrapgy; biodiversity; local culture; modernsation; new rural structures
Are natural facilities chance or limitation for long term economic and social-cultural development? There are numerous historical findings saying how the heritage of reach natural wealth made many nations ineffective, not sufficiently active and open to changes, hence the natural resources have, in a certain way, decreased the role of human capital and its improvement through history. It has been shown that technology advanced nations have emerged on very feeble assumptions for natural development. Farming land, energetic resources, the wealth of biodiversity and forests, hydrograph conditions and similar can alter the balance between desires and possibilities, or to affect negatively to development and the evolution of natural facilities. In the case of Serbia, the problem of natural facilities is intertwined with turbulent economic and social heritage, dynamic changes of urban and rural structures, as well as with problems with economy in general. However, looking through natural assumptions for economically sustainable and harmonic economic growth, we can determine opportunities for nurture of positive tradition in combined with modernisation. Infrastructure and better quality of education could spark better using of local resources towards sustainable local development... Culture, tradition and nature, regardless of current demographic flows and migrations, could offer the development of different rural/urban economic entities that will compensate losses due to dying of traditional villages in Serbia.


article language: Serbian
document type: unclassified
published in SCIndeks: 26/04/2018

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