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Can solar electricity production and use help to promote economic development in Africa?
Štefan Bojnec, Drago Papler, 2011, original scientific article

Abstract: This paper investigates natural factor endowments and managament opportunities in develoment of solar photovoltaic electricity production in sunray Mediterranean, particularly in Northern African areas. The focus is on the investigation of the natural factor endowment supply-side factors as potentials for determining and management of solar photovoltaic electricity production and use. With the regression analysis we have confirmed the crucial role of natural sunray weather conditions as potentials for solar photovoltaic electricity production and use. The favourable natural solar factor endowments can help promote economic development in the Northern and Saharian Africa. This has important managerial, practical and policy implications for sustainable development of solar photovoltaic electricity production and use, sustainable local development, and broader regional electrical energy supply cooperation and business development.
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Summary of found: ...sončna energija, naravne danosti, razvoj, Afrika, Mediteran, ...
Keywords: sončna energija, naravne danosti, razvoj, Afrika, Mediteran
Published: 15.10.2013; Views: 2225; Downloads: 32
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Analiza športnih aktovnosti za pomen turizma na Bovškem
Klemen Žagar, 2013, undergraduate thesis

Found in: ključnih besedah
Summary of found: ...šport, turizem, ponudba, naravne danosti, ...
Keywords: šport, turizem, ponudba, naravne danosti
Published: 15.10.2013; Views: 1458; Downloads: 53
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Uspostava zaštićenih područja prirode u Kantonu Sarajevo i mogućnosti njihove ekoturističke valorizacije
Nusret Drešković, Samir Đug, 2006, review article

Abstract: Official reports of the cantonal ministry of economy on tourism trends within Canton Sarajevo reveal that ecotourism potentials in the area of the examined canton have not been entirely evaluated yet. Of 80,280 registered tourists that visited the canton in 2002, non-urban municipalities (Ilijaš, Trnovo, Hadžići, and Vogošća) were visited by 17,715 tourists, accounting for only 21%of the total number of visitors. Considering that these municipalities are geographically the largest yet demographically the least populated, it can be concluded that their natural potentials are poorly exploited for ecotourism purposes; this statement is further confirmed by the fact that the largest portion of the established protected natural areas (approximately 71%) is situated in these municipalities. Adding the sparsely populated and urbanized peripheral areas of the municipality of Ilidža (with the natural monument at the spring of the river Bosna - 'Vrelo Bosne') that were also visited by a relatively low number of tourists (approximately 13,000), a clear picture of negative ecotourism trends in the canton emerges. Aiming to enhance the protection of nature and the development of tourism in the natural protected areas, their management has been conceded to the public forestry company 'Sarajevošume'. In addition, significant efforts have been invested into the protection of mounts Igman, Bjelašnica, and Trebević through their inclusion into the network of protected natural areas in the canton, following the principle of nucleus, island, and corridor.
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Summary of found: ...ekoturizem, naravne danosti, IUCN, Kanton Sarajevo, ekonomsko vrednotenje, ...
Keywords: ekoturizem, naravne danosti, IUCN, Kanton Sarajevo, ekonomsko vrednotenje
Published: 10.07.2015; Views: 864; Downloads: 10
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