Tthe use of environmental taxes, subsidies and incentives and foreign aid as the tool of environment protection
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Purpose– the purpose of this study is to discuss environmental taxes, subsidies, incentives and rewards, and international supportand foreign aid as a proposal for a solution to the protection of theenvironment. The issue that will be discussed within the framework of the three environmental protection instruments. Design/methodology/approach– unlimited human needs but limited environmental resources. So people have been in a constantrace and quest to meet their basic needs or acquiring a greater share of environmental resources. People who make a variety of economic activities wanted to live more happy by raising the level of prosperity. In this context, protecting the environment and sustaining economic activities made possible by the use of certain financial instruments. Findings– the negative effects of various economic activities and their reflections to the environment were based on some of the economic and financial measures required to minimize pollution. Because in terms of the importance of a sustainable economy, a sustainable society, a sustainable environment and a sustainable future was come out.Originality/value– in addition to appearance of the effects of the international dimension of environmental problems, due to countries inadequacy, international support and foreign aid submitted as a proposal for a solution. The applications that a necessity of international co-operation and international social responsibility are supported, especially developed countries, to foster development of an environmental mentality. As a result, the effect of canalizing of these instruments that are referred to as an instrument of environmental protection reduce environmental pollution and solve the other environmental problems will support the creation of environmental protection policies and thus protection of the environment will be provided.