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ISSN 2449-2396 (ბეჭდური) | E ISSN 2449-2612 (ონლაინ)

JEL Classifications: Q57


HEALTH PROMOTION IN GEORGIA ECO INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT AND TECHNOLOGICAL ASPECTS

Author: Levan Kikilashvili, Tengiz Verulava | Published: 2019-07-29 | Pages: 187-200

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For Citation: Kikilashvili L., Verulava T. (2019), Health Promotion In Georgia Eco Infrastructure Development And Technological Aspects, Globalization And Business, N7, pp. 187-200.(In Georgian).

Abstract

At the beginning of new millennium, Georgia has faced a variety of environmental challenges. The reduction of green space and poor air quality became the major underline risk factor in the rise of many types of diseases in big cities. One of the distinct characteristics of Georgia is its unique natural resources and landscapes. That creates a possibility to design strategies for more sustainable social-economical development of our country. We believe the development of eco infrastructure and its appropriate support system can increase the longevity and overall life quality among the residents of Georgia. Living in the ecologically clean environment became a major challenge among many populations across the globe. The global economic development has gaps in supporting eco-friendly life standards. Therefore, it becomes critical to study environmental pollution and seek cutting-edge strategies to build a more sustainable and eco-friendly environment for the health of people and the entire planet. New, technologically advanced eco-projects have the potential to create new social and environmental climate in Georgia, thus improving health, productivity, and well-being of the entire nation.


Keywords

DISEASE-PREVENTION; ENGINEERING-TECHNOLOGY; ECO INFRASTRUCTURE; INNOVATION-NOVATION


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