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Энергетическая политика в контексте социально-экономических проблем
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Отрицательные внешние эффекты и устойчивое развитие в сфере энергетики


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Анализируются отрицательные внешние эффекты и возможности устойчивого развития в сфере энергетики. Концепция отрицательных внешних эффектов, их оценка и интернализация рассматриваются с точки зрения принципов устойчивого развития и экономики окружающей среды.

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