The Connection Between the Quality of Life and Sustainable Ecological Development

@article{Gazzola2017TheCB,
  title={The Connection Between the Quality of Life and Sustainable Ecological Development},
  author={Patrizia Gazzola and Elena Querci},
  journal={European scientific journal},
  year={2017},
  volume={13},
  pages={361-375}
}
The research aims to analyze the evolution of the concept of sustainable ecological development and the central rule of the government policy for the improvement of the quality of life. The paper, using the model of five capitals, explains how the sustainable ecological development can help to improve the quality of life of citizens. A minimum necessary condition for sustainable ecological development is the maintenance of the total natural capital stock at or above the current level. This work… Expand

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