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The wicked environmental problems

Paweł Bartoszczuk

Institute of Enterprise, SGH Warsaw School of Economics, Warsaw, Poland

e-mail: pbarto1@sgh.waw.pl

ORCID: 0000-0002-2208-5960

Keywords:
eco-innovation, wicked environmental problem, sustainable development.

Abstract

received:   10.09.2022
corrected:  30.09.2022
accepted: 24.10.2022

The present research focuses on the nature and content of eco-innovation and analyses indicators of and factors influencing the capacity of eco-innovation in the European Union. The research employed quantitative and qualitative methods to identify development trends and sustainable solutions regarding eco-innovation capacity, thereby contributing to better use of valuable resources and reducing the economy’s negative effect on the environment.

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