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Environmental competitiveness

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Chapter 2:
Evaluating the environmental competitiveness of an area

 



2.5 Conclusion

 

At this stage it is useful to summarise the various elements discussed in relation to the four levels of analysis applied to each of an area’s components.

This provides us with an analysis of the player/environment relationship from a variety of complementary and interrelated standpoints. This allows multiple synergies to emerge, making it possible to gain an overview and to lay the foundations for a strategy to enhance environmental competitiveness.

 

Levels
1- Analysis of the existing situation 2- Utilisation practices 3- Rules 4- Values
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Human resources Analysis in terms of the human burden Relationships of exploitation Relationships of ownership Relationships of identity
Physical resources Analysis in terms of exploitation potential Systems of exploitation Rules of use Awareness of the need for replenishment
Landscape/Rural space Visual analysis of landscapes Functions of the rural space Planning and regional development Attachment to the landscape
External relations and markets Analysing new requirements Markets affected and external interventions Eco-audits, environmental assessments, etc. Espousal of universal values


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