Conclusions and Recommendations
At present time of scientific and technological progress, new concepts, tools and methods of solving problems fulfil the principles of a democratic society, which dictate the obligation to provide a healthy environment for future generations. Part of this challenge is timely assessment of the potential impacts of proposed activities on the environment and human health with acceptable environmental risk. It is necessary therefore to develop theory and apply appropriate methods for the systematic investigation, analysis and evaluation of the effects of projects, constructions, plant, equipment and other activities on the environment and population.
KeywordsEnvironmental Assessment Slovak Republic Democratic Society Environmental Impact Assessment Noise Pollution
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