STRATEGIA ŞI POLITICILE UNIUNII EUROPENE CU PRIVIRE LA PROTECŢIA SOLULUI

Horea CACOVEAN, T. RUSU, M. BUTA, M. DÂRJA

Abstract


EUROPEAN UNION STRATEGY AND POLICIES CONCERNING
SOIL PROTECTION

European environment policy has evolved significantly since the 1970s. It has given the EU health of soil and cleaner air and soil a better understanding of our dependence on a good environment. It is one of the policy areas most supported by EU citizen who recognize that environmental problems go beyond national and regional borders and can only be solved through concerted action at EU and international level. From an initial focus on single pollutants and impacts, with the emphasis on understanding and addressing the pressure on the environment and examining the effects of different policies and behavior patterns. Soil is essentially a non-renewable resource and a very dynamic system which performs many functions and delivers services vital to human activities and ecosystems survival. Information available suggests that, over decades, there has been a significant increase of soil degradation processes, and is evidence that they will further increase if no action is taken.



DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15835/arspa.v59i3-4.2634



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