COMPLEX SOLUTIONS FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF DEGRADED LANDS OF THE KHERSON REGION

Authors

  • Margaryta Radomska National Aviation University
  • Lesia Pavliukh National Aviation University
  • Natalia Lyalyuk National Aviation University
  • Veronika Petroschuk National Aviation University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.18372/2306-1472.87.15720

Keywords:

algal fuel, energy crop, land degradation, environmental efficiency, economic efficiency

Abstract

The sustainable development is the prevailing approach to the use of natural resource potential. The degraded agricultural areas loose their economic value and raise a wide range of environmental concerns. The Kherson region is one of the most overexploited territories in Ukraine, which is characterized by diverse soil-climatic conditions. It was offered to use these lands for cultivation of energy crops. The comparative analysis demonstrated that algae and rapeseed are the most efficient alternatives which are able to complement each other and form a perspective energy mix.

Author Biographies

Margaryta Radomska, National Aviation University

Assistant Professor, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Ecology, National Aviation University. Education: Ivano-Frankivsk national technical university of oil and gas, 2005. Research area: environmental impact assessment, human ecology.

Lesia Pavliukh , National Aviation University

Candidate of Engineering. Associate Professor. Associate Professor of the Ecology Department, Faculty of Environmental Safety, Engineering and Technologies, National Aviation University, Kyiv, Ukraine. Education: Environmental Protection Faculty, National Aviation University, Kyiv, Ukraine (2005). Research area: waste management.

Natalia Lyalyuk, National Aviation University

Student, National Aviation University

Veronika Petroschuk, National Aviation University

Student, National Aviation University

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Published

2021-07-27

How to Cite

Radomska, M. ., Pavliukh , L., Lyalyuk, N., & Petroschuk, V. (2021). COMPLEX SOLUTIONS FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF DEGRADED LANDS OF THE KHERSON REGION. Proceedings of the National Aviation University, 87(2), 48–56. https://doi.org/10.18372/2306-1472.87.15720

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Section

ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION, CHEMICAL AND BIOTECHNOLOGY

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