The annual economics of legal entities trading within Malá Fatra National Park and a proposal for an optimised model for operating the park
The Slovak Republic is a country which, despite its small size, can boast of having a large number of protected areas with a relatively well-preserved natural environment. The conception and realisation of the development of the national economy based on the exploitation of the potential of these protected areas is therefore rather justified. The current trend of the development of tourism and travel, construction activity and infrastructure in almost all protected areas of the Slovak Republic is continuing in a very insensitive manner, while administrators of protected areas do not have a direct impact on the operation of nature and landscape protection within their sphere of action. From the above follows the need for a change in the system of operating and financing protected areas in the country.
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