Development of the method of cybernetic planning as a tool of the modern development development of nature reserve fund
Keywords:natural reserve fund, sustainable development, method of cybernetic modeling, environmental principles, economic growth
In order to implement qualitative economic transformations in the country from the priorities of consumer use of natural resources to innovative technologies of “conscious” planning of the economy, it is necessary to take into account environmental priorities that are of strategic importance for the entire population of the state. As of today, it is the method of cybernetic planning that is able to combine environmental, administrative and economic and social components when creating a model of a future protected object or territory. The cybernetic planning method is an innovative method, a symbiosis of state environmental imperatives and strategic economic objectives. The creation and expansion of protected areas are the priority tasks of the state policy of Ukraine, so a mechanism is proposed that will meet the needs of the modern market economy of the country and society; have a permanent informational basis; high-quality remote control tools and the possibility of forming a project "turnkey"
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