Resources and sustainable development in Ukraine: local peculiarities and perspectives


  • Denys Tarasenko Donetsk State University of Management, Mariupol, Ukraine



sustainable development, city authorities, city community, social security and social development of the city


The article substantiates the idea of functioning of the city on the basis of the strategy of sustainable development, examines the tasks and activities of city institutions that ensure the sustainability of interactions and promote social development in practice. The resolution documents of the municipal authorities of the city of Mariupol are analyzed and the distribution of the basic conditions of sustainable resource use and the tasks of the local government is carried out. The primary tasks of the city government, the solution of which will bring the city closer to the standards of sustainable development, are singled out. The course of solving these problems is shown and recommendations for sustainable development at the city level are formed.

Author Biography

Denys Tarasenko, Donetsk State University of Management, Mariupol

Candidate of Sciences in Public Administration, Associate Professor,
Associate Professor of the Department of Administrative Management,
Dean of the Faculty of Law and Social Management



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How to Cite

Tarasenko, D. (2016). Resources and sustainable development in Ukraine: local peculiarities and perspectives. Skhid, (5(145).