Environmental Areas of Poltava Planning Development
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The ecological potential of the city has a significant impact on all strategic goals of city development. To successfully use the existing environmental potential within the framework of the integrated city development strategy, detailed expert analysis and forecasting of its future changes have been carried out. These analytical developments databases take into account the important results of expert assessments of the ecological state of the city made in previous years and the results of environmental and public opinion polls.
KeywordsEnvironmental aspects of planning Environmental potential Integrated urban development
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