Küreselleşen Dünya'da Çevre Sorunları/Environmental Problems in A Globalized World
Günümüzde hemen her ülkenin en önemli sorunlarından biri haline gelen çevre sorunları, özellikle küreselleşmenin etkisiyle uluslar arası bir boyut kazanmıştır. Bugün ulusal ve uluslar arası düzenlemelerde yer alan ve tartışılan bu sorunlar, ekonomik, sosyal ve siyasal yönü olan çözümler beklemektedir. Diğer ifade ile dünyanın ortak sorunu haline gelen çevresel sorunların ancak uluslar arası işbirliği çerçevesinde çözüleceği düşünülmektedir. İşte bu çalışma, küreselleşme bağlamında ortaya çıkan çevresel sorunları ve bunların çözümüne ilişkin birtakım önerileri içermektedir. Bu bağlamda küreselleşme ve buna bağlı olarak çevresel sorunlar, sürdürülebilir kalkınma ve bunların ulusal ve uluslar arası boyutu ele alınarak birtakım önerilerde bulunulmaktadır.
Anahtar Kelimeler: Çevresel Sorunlar, Küreselleşme, Sürdürülebilir Kalkınma, Birleşmiş Milletler
In recent years, environmental problems, as one of the most important issues in every country in the world, have acquired international dimensions as a result of globalization. These environmental problems were addressed by international legal regulations and they wait for solutions including economic, social and political dimensions. In other words, since environmental problems acquired international dimensions, the remedies offered should also involve international cooperation. This study analyzes environmental problems that result from globalization and makes some recommendations as to their solution. Therefore, globalization and resulting environmental problems are addressed and some remedies offered by taking into account the issue of sustainable development and national and international dimensions of these problems.
Key Words: Environmental problems, Globalization, Sustainable Development, United Nations.
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