Short Communication - (2022) Volume 9, Issue 2

Economic Population in Rural Development
Monica Ali*
Department of Social Sciences, University of Hasselt, Belgium
*Correspondence: Monica Ali, Department of Social Sciences, University of Hasselt, Belgium, Email:

Received: 05-Apr-2022, Manuscript No. to social-22-63199; Editor assigned: 07-Apr-2022, Pre QC No. to social-22-63199(PQ); Reviewed: 22-Apr-2022, QC No. to social-22-63199(R); Revised: 26-Apr-2022, Manuscript No. to social-22-63199; Published: 03-May-2022


Local financial efficiency has a significant positive impact on innovation in low-marketing regions, while local financial scale has a large positive impact on technological innovation in high-marketing regions. Further analysis has shown that improving the level of innovation in agricultural technology leads to rural economic development. This study provides new insights into the impact of rural financial development on sustainable agricultural development in terms of agricultural innovation. The reform and opening up led to the rapid development of the Chinese economy, which greatly improved the living standards of rural residents and caused the destruction of the rural environment. With backward production technology and environmental protection technology, many companies in the region emit excess pollutants, and excessive use of fertilizers and pesticides in agricultural production causes serious non-point source agricultural pollution. These sources of pollution, which cannot be effectively controlled, cause many functional losses to water and land resources. In addition to the loss of agricultural production, they pose a hidden danger to the survival of many rural populations.


Given the strong relationship between traffic accidents and traffic speeds, the latter assessment and prediction has always been considered an important point in assessing traffic safety analysis and road network safety improvements. Predictive models developed so far have focused primarily on point speeds in rural or urban environments. Few analyze speed estimates in the transition area.

Tourism plays an important role in the development of tourist destinations, especially in rural areas. However, given the high sensitivity of rural areas to the environmental, economic and socio-cultural impacts of tourism development, it is important to assess the satisfaction of residents at rural destinations. The current study aims to assess the impact of rural tourism development in the Alasa region of Saudi Arabia on population overall satisfaction and three related subdomains. The results showed that the impacts of the three surveyed tourism developments, including social, economic and environmental impacts, were positively associated with overall resident satisfaction. The three influential developmental categories were also independent predictors of quality of life and satisfaction with environmental subdomains. National policy makers need to implement appropriate rural tourism development policies and regulations to improve tourism services and activities, which will ultimately be reflected in the quality of life of the local population.

In China, integrated development of urban and rural areas is being carried out on a large scale, and many resource consumption and environmental problems are occurring in the process. On the other hand, social co-operative governance has emphasized the importance of environmental governance. Existing research has focused on urban and rural development governance policies, but the participation of residents in joint governance should not be ignored, especially in environmental governance [1-4].


The European Union’s Rural Development Program (RDP) is an important driver of landscape change over time in Europe. Understanding the possible contributions of RDP measures to mitigating forest fire risk in the context of changing climate and land use and the consequent exacerbation of fire risk is a criterion for more efficient allocation of fire safety subsidies. May help you plan. However, little is known about the relationship between the spatial distribution of RDP funds related to forest fire prevention and the spatial distribution of fire activity.



Conflict of Interests

The author has nothing to disclose and also state no conflict of interest in the submission of this manuscript.


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