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ECONOMIC INSTRUMENTS COMBATING LAND-BASED MARINE POLLUTION
Zvonimira Šverko Grdić
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Str. 490 - 517
Economic instruments used in implementing environmental policies help to rectify incorrect market signals by bringing the costs of pollution and other environmental costs into the price of goods and services. In OECD countries, an entire array of economic instruments for environmental poli-cy is in use. These instruments vary with regard to their contents, scope and the standards applied in individual countries. In the Republic of Croatia, in addition to command and control instruments, there is a broad range of economic instruments for environmental policy in use that focus on various types of charges. In general, Croatia lacks tradable permits and other instruments that this paper recommends for introduction. These include an additional water protection fee; tradable permits for air pollution; fees on refuse electrical and electronic products, refuse vehicles and tires, disused accumulators, pesticides and artifi cial fertilisers, waste industrial oils, plastic packaging and beverage containers. This paper explores the existing and primary lines of development for some of the economic instruments that could be introduced in Croatia to combat marine pollution.
economic instruments, pollution, marine environment, Croatia, OECD
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