Managementul Financiar Al Mediului

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prof. univ. dr. Camelia Cămăşoiu








Cap. 1 - NEVOIA DE GANDIRE SI PRACTICA ECOLOGICA In traditiile civilizatiilor europene exista chiar si in prezent o credinta sau o superstitie apocaliptica legata de trecerea de la un mileniu la altul. Este o credinta care postuleaza ca dezastrele naturale si sociale nu se produc in fiecare an, ci la anumite momente ale timpului care marcheaza aniversari insemnate. Asa a fost considerata trecerea de la anul 999 la anul 1000, cand crestinismul primitiv al Europei are cuprins de spaime: se arata ca domnia lui Christos era doar de un mileniu, dupa care va veni Anticristul, care insemna de fapt sfarsitul lumii. Anul 1000 a trecut si sfarsitul lumii nu a avut loc. Astazi, la un mileniu dupa epoca groazei si a angoasei despre care au vorbit multi specialisti, in mentalitatea oamenilor din Europa si America reapar elementele vechilor spaime,…...

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