ISSN 2284-7995, ISSN Online 2285-3952


Published in Scientific Papers. Series "Management, Economic Engineering in Agriculture and rural development", Vol. 20 ISSUE 4
Written by Anton TRETIAK, Nataliia TRETIAK, Yurii SKLIAR, Yuliia LOBUNKO, Andrii MELNICHUK

The study proposes an approach to environmental and economic assessment of land use efficiency in the context of environmental safety. The authors believe that the sites with high environmental risk have a direct impact on the development of rural areas, the economy of natural, including land resources and the environment. The significance of the study is that it shows that ensuring the ecological balance of life in the process of organizing land use directly depends on taking into account and preventing dangerous situations from objects with high, medium and low levels of threats (level of increasing the maximum allowable concentration of air emissions, water pollution facilities with agricultural nitrates, industry, defense facilities, etc.). The analysis shows that the ecological balance depends on the structure of land use and the functional use of land. In particular, the authors noted that the greater the share of subtypes of urban land use that has a negative impact on the environment, the higher the degree of danger to human life. Therefore, threats to the ecological instability of land use and, consequently, to the environmental safety of the population within rural areas, where land plots with dangerous objects are located, has to be considered and assessed.

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