4 edition of Sustainable development for Central and Eastern Europe found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Spatial development in the European context|
|Statement||Ulrich Graute (ed.).|
|Series||Central and Eastern European development studies|
|Contributions||Graute, Ulrich, 1962-, Institut für ökologische Raumentwicklung (Dresden, Germany)|
|LC Classifications||HC244.Z9 E573 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 314 p. :|
|Number of Pages||314|
|LC Control Number||97045079|
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The conferences had a special focus on the Central and Eastern European region with the following overall objectives: to review and summarise completed and ongoing research activities on sustainable consumption in the region; to create an academic forum that can serve as the basis for professional communication and development in the field; and. Soil Quality, Sustainable Agriculture and Environmental Security in Central and Eastern Europe by M.J. Wilson, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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Sustainable Development for Central and Eastern Europe: Spatial Development in the European Context (Central and Eastern European Development Studies (CEEDES)) Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed.
Edition. Be the first to review this : Paperback. Central and Eastern European Countries are undergoing a difficult transition process with consequences for spatial development. Europe needs a more bal anced, polycentric system of cities, a new urban-rural relationship, parity of ac cess to infrastructure and knowledge as well as prudent.
Read "Sustainable Development for Central and Eastern Europe Spatial Development in the European Context" by available from Rakuten Kobo. Central and Eastern European Countries are undergoing a difficult transition process with consequences for spatial devel Brand: Springer Berlin Heidelberg.
This unique combination of the discussion of strategies for sustainable regional development in Europe with different CEE research reports is an important source of information not just for experts in central and eastern Europe. Moreover, it documents the.
Summary: A study on sustainable development for Central and Eastern Europe. In the first chapter, government officials give insight into European Spatial Planning Policy.
Following this, research reports on developments around the Baltic Sea and the Black Sea make political strategies apparent. Soil Quality, Sustainable Agriculture and Environmental Security in Central and Eastern Europe.
Editors: Wilson, Michael, Maliszewska-Kordybach, B. (Eds The concept of sustainable development provides a convenient framework for the formulation of government environmental policy for such countries, especially those of them that aspire to.
This book has been the leading text for teaching students about the ins and outs of politics in Central and Eastern Europe for a decade now. The release of a new edition of this classic addressing the emerging wave of populism and the rise of authoritarian leaders is a timely and welcome development.
-- Michael Bernhard, University of Florida5/5(1). Sustainable Development in the Central and Eastern European Countries (CEECs): Challenges and Opportunities by Andrzej Raszkowski * and Bartosz Bartniczak Faculty of Economics, Management and Tourism, Wrocław University of Economics, 3 Nowowiejska Street, Jelenia Góra, PolandCited by: 3.
Urban – rural, growing – declining and large – small city dichotomies in Central and Eastern Europe have important implications from the perspective of sustainable urban development: on the one hand, one can expect that the overconcentration of population, employment and economic growth in largest capital cities and metropolitan areas may engender unsustainable consumption and production patterns and Cited by: Sustainable Development – A New Challenge for the Countries in Central and Eastern Europe.
Abstract. The paper gives an overview on the transformation process of 10 Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries leading to a change of political Cited by: 5. Sustainable Development in Europe addresses these issues and presents an important and concise analysis of state-of-the-art sustainable development evaluation policies, programmes and projects currently at work in Europe.
F.W. Gatzweiler, R. Judis, K. HagedornSustainable Agriculture in Central and Eastern European Countries: The Environmental Effects of Transition and Needs for Cited by: The concept of sustainable development provides a convenient framework for the formulation of government environmental policy for such countries, especially those of them that aspire to join the EU and would thus be expected to meet EU environmental standards.
The Global Sustainable Development Report (GSDR) originated in the Rio + 20 outcome, when Member States were laying the groundwork for the Agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Social and Environmental Dimensions of Sustainable Development: Alternative Models in Central and Eastern Europe 8 expressed, aiming to understand the dyn amics of the complex socio-political yo uth participation issues.
The aim of this paper is to identify the set of key sustainable development indicators (from Eurostat database) having the strongest impact on the growth of the whole region of Central and Eastern Europe. Correlation and regression analyses are used for estimating the effect of variables.
Sustainable Development in Europe addresses these issues and presents an important and concise analysis of state-of-the-art sustainable development evaluation policies, programmes and projects currently at work in : György Hajnal. The Regional Environmental Center for Central and Eastern Europe (REC) is an international organisation with a mission to assist in addressing environmental issues.
The REC fulfils this mission by promoting cooperation among governments, non-governmental organisations, businesses and other environmental stakeholders, and by supporting the free exchange of information and public. As the opening paper for this theme issue focusing on sustainable tourism development in Central and Eastern Europe, this paper has three functions.
First, it addresses the geographical, political and transformational context for sustainable tourism development in Central and Eastern Europe. Second, it discusses the potential of, and some of the key issues confronted by, such development Cited by: Rebordering Central and Eastern Europe: Cohesion Policy, Cross-border Cooperation and "Differential Europeanization" James W.
Scott. (Ethno)regional Endeavours in Central and Eastern Europe. Nóra Baranyai. Part 3: Challenges in Sustainable Development. The Regional Dimension of Migration and Labour Markets in Central and Eastern. Global Water Partnership Central and Eastern Europe has currently more than Partners from 12 countries in the region, among which are Universities, Ministries, Academies of Sciences and Research Institutions, Hydrometeorological and Forestry Institutes, Non-governmental and Youth Organizations.The paradox of sustainable development is shown by the paper of Hall , entitled Sustainable Tourism Development and Transformation in Central and Eastern Europe.
The process of sustainable.to close the development gap with Western Europe, but also to compete globally. A key element of the growth strategy for Central and Eastern Europe will continue to be the creation of a favourable environment that attracts investors, encourages innovation and supports successful businesses.
The scorecard presented in this report is a tool for.