The Bioeconomic Strategy of Romania in the Context of a Major Global Crisis

Author:Liviu-Mihail Marinescu, Emanuel-?tefan Marinescu
Position:Associate Professor, PhD, Danubius University of Galati, Romania/Associate Professor, PhD, Danubius University of Galati, Romania
Pages:200-208
European Integration - Realities and Perspectives. Proceedings 2020
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The Bioeconomic Strategy of Romania in the
Context of a Major Global Crisis
Liviu-Mihail Marinescu1, Emanuel –Ștefan Marinescu2
Abstract: In the 21st century, priorities regarding the future of Plan et Earth will wear a completely different
mask. Mankind is becoming increasingly concerned in the preservation of natural resources for the
development of a new civilisation, with acknowledging the real possibilities of recovery regarding the
multifarious range of resources in use. We are discussing resources of strict survival such as water, air, access
to modern forms of energy, last but not least soil all in order to preserve favourable environmental
conditions. Bioeconomic development and world consumption must quickly abandon the unwarranted, all-
encompassing levels of ambition concerning resources, and must contain only the levels of sufficiency.
(Brown, 2000, pp. 27-29). Bioeconomic development of the New Earth must be accepted by the future only
in terms of sustainable parameters a harshly n ecessary attitude in Romania, consistent with worldwide
efforts. (Brown& Fischlowitz, 2002, pp. 19 -22). These major determinants will build a robust bioeconomy of
Romania as an important element of security in case of a worldwide crisis.
Keywords: bioeconomics; bioeconomic strategy; bioeconomy; measures plan; regions of creation; renewable
resources
1. The Bioeconomic Strategy of the European Union
The European Union has timely addressed the need for the balanced and sustainable development of
mankind, placing its efforts in a deserved place at the forefront of the bioeconomic world. It was in the
very sense stated above that the Strategy and the Action Plan were generated as programmatic
documents on sustainable development, connected to the forthcoming necessities of our civilization.
The reason behind generating the Strategy has been imposed by the fast pace in using natural
resources, which is specific to human development, and mankind’s current neceessity for comfort – all
at a rate that does exceed by far the natural regenerating possibilities of raw materials used.
First, Europe will need to change its vision and consumption policies, by formally establishing a
feasible option for anthropogenic pressures on the environment, to produce a new perspective on
production, consumption, processing, storage, recycling and disposal of resulted waste, so as to
facilitate the resumption of the complex natural cycle.
Therefore, the Europe 2020 Strategy states that efforts aimed at achieving a smart and balanced
economic growth within the states of the Old Continent stand for the zero priority. Thus, it in 2012 that
documents were issued by the European Union Commission under the title of “Innovation for a
1 Associate Professor, PhD, Danubius University of Galati, Romania, Address: 3 Galati Blvd., 800654 Galati, Romania, Tel.:
+40372361102, Fax: +40372361290, E-mail: marinesculiviu@univ-danubius.ro.
2 Associate Professor, PhD, Danubius University of Galati, Romania, Address: 3 Galati Blvd., 800654 Galati, Romania, Tel.:
+40372361102, Fax: +40372361290, Corresponding author: marinescuemanuel@univ-danubius.ro.

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