Popis článkuTrvalo-udržateľný manažment lesov na Slovensku s dôrazom na ekonomický, environmentálny a sociálny aspekt.
[Sustainable management of Slovak forests with emphasis on economic, environmental, and social aspect] 1–9
|Název článku:||Trvalo-udržateľný manažment lesov na Slovensku s dôrazom na ekonomický, environmentálny a sociálny aspekt|
The concept of sustainable development is concerned with the quality of economic growth, human well-being, and the environment. Hence, it connects environmental, economic, and social issues as reflected in the Triple Bottom Line approach. Forestry and forests meet the country’s major functions that are essential to its ecological stability, rational use and sustainable development. The various economic and business indicators of forestry sector are therefore divided into three pillars: economic, environmental and social. The paper presents the economic and financial results of all subjects in forestry sector for 2016 and analyses their development for the period 2010–2016. Total sales and revenues of all subjects of forestry sector reached in 2016 the amount of 980 million €. The costs of all subjects in forestry sector amounted to 930 million €. Forestry sector achieved in 2016 profit in the amount of 50 million €. On the other side, forestry sector fulfils also environmental and social aspects, and therefore it could be concluded that forest management in Slovakia is sustainable. For more information see Summary at the end of the article.