Environmental problems in two development regions: region center and region Bucharest-Ilfov

Elisabeta ROŞU


The environmental problems are phenomena determined by essential modifications that are produced in nature under man’s influence. Initially the environmental problems have a local origin, yet they affect large areas and finally become regional or global problems.

We experience a development crisis with a natural-human character, which gets worse the balance of compatibility between the natural environment and that created by man, with consequences which become irreversible in time and space, implying an increasingly large number of people being able to endanger life evolution at world level where: „Poverty is an enemy of the environment as big as the richness” (V. Tufescu, M. Tufescu, 1981).





environmental problems, regional analysis

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