Sustainable Land Management in Mining Areas in Serbia and Romania
AbstractThe paper analyzes the impacts of mining activities on sustainable land management in mining areas in the Republic of Serbia and Romania and discusses the main challenges related to the management of these issues in legislation and practice. Particular attention is paid to land disturbance, mine waste management and land reclamation, as well as access to land for mining purposes, the transfer of mining royalties and the partnerships of the mining industry, governments, communities and civil society for sustainable mining. Both governments are willing to provide the adequate role to mining in strengthening the national economies, but they face numerous constraints in this matter. Sustainable mining practices and consistent implementation of the mining for the closure planning approach, within an improved legislative framework and in cooperation with stakeholders at all levels, create conditions for the development of creative, profitable, environmentally-sound and socially-responsible management and reuse of mine lands. View Full-Text
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Popović, V.; Miljković, J.Ž.; Subić, J.; Jean-Vasile, A.; Adrian, N.; Nicolăescu, E. Sustainable Land Management in Mining Areas in Serbia and Romania. Sustainability 2015, 7, 11857-11877.
Popović V, Miljković JŽ, Subić J, Jean-Vasile A, Adrian N, Nicolăescu E. Sustainable Land Management in Mining Areas in Serbia and Romania. Sustainability. 2015; 7(9):11857-11877.Chicago/Turabian Style
Popović, Vesna; Miljković, Jelena Ž.; Subić, Jonel; Jean-Vasile, Andrei; Adrian, Nedelcu; Nicolăescu, Eugen. 2015. "Sustainable Land Management in Mining Areas in Serbia and Romania." Sustainability 7, no. 9: 11857-11877.