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Abstract (English):
The ultimate goal of the ecological economy is the sustainable well-being of people. It is inextricably linked to such important issues as the protection and restoration of nature, the evolution towards social and intergenerational justice, the stabilization of the population and the recognition of the contribution of human and natural capital to human well-being, as well as the more effective development of human well-being. Discussions about the possible choice of an environmental strategy are still not clearly defined. The authors highlight various approaches to solving this problem.

ecological economy, environmental friendliness, technological progress, resource-efficient technologies, ecosystem

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