New Approaches to Providing of Environmental Management in Ukraine on the Way to Euro Integration
The article is devoted to the research of the latest approaches to providing of environmental management in Ukraine on the way to European integration. Based on the research, the necessity of introducing new approaches to providing of environmental management in Ukraine as one of the most important directions of European integration processes in Ukraine as a whole has been substantiated. The ways of improvement of separate directions of ecological management are offered, which are considered in the article through the prism of separate functions of ecological management and are considered innovative, in particular, for Ukraine. The European aspirations of Ukraine in the environmental sphere have been argued by the norms of the recently adopted Association Agreement between Ukraine, on the one hand, and the European Union, the European Atomic Energy Community and their member states, on the other. The prospective directions of introduction of the mentioned approaches in the modern practice of public administration of Ukraine, given the high environmental risks and threats faced by the entire world community, are indicated.
Keywords: environmental management, public management of the environmental sphere, new approaches to providing of environmental management, eurointegration, European integration processes in the environmental sphere.
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