Industrial development has been marked by several environmental crises. Each of the latter coincided with a new expansion of resources consumption from outside the industry where growth was initiated. This type of growth required an increasing interaction between natural environment and resources consumption (Kresacthenko, 1991). In general we believe that the creation of a new environmental situation through industrial production means the following: •People’s dependence for goods and services moves from nature to society;• conflict areas are moved by national economies from the overlapping system space “nature-society” inside the system “individual-society”.
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