Although environmental factors have had an impact on industrial production throughout history, their role has only recently become widely known owing to local, regional, and global environmental problems. The nature of the relation between production and environmental problems is highly empirical, as evidenced by the relatively undeveloped description and management system of these problems (Adonyi, 1993). An outstanding example of this is that industrial production is often blamed for generating toxic wastes, but the inducting role of the consumption structure is hardly taken into consideration. The result is the low efficiency of environmental activities and a lack of methodology for licensing environmental technologies (Gauweiler, 1992).
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