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Integrative approaches towards sustainability in the Baltic Sea Region.
Frankfurt/ a. M. [u.a.]
The challenges of sustainable development require that everybody, every institution and every nation work towards long-term strategies in order to move away from unsustainable practices. The same line of thinking applies to all nations around the Baltic Sea.

A general challenge for the Baltic Sea region is to broaden the interest of people in discussions of national approaches supporting sustainability. Finding effective instruments to support the process of sustainable development in countries in transition with an emerging and largely inexperienced entrepreneur community and economically fragile, is as important as the promotion of long-term integrated sustainability strategies in countries which have well established democracies. The knowledge of the ongoing changes and the driving social, economic and ecological factors essential for the implementation of sustainable development in countries in transition must be broadened.

A special need seen in the three Baltic countries – Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia – as elsewhere in the Baltic region, is the need to avoid development patterns of «business as usual» and to gain access to information and to advancements in sustainable development both in Europe and worldwide. The Baltic countries now joining the EU have to build capacity, for example by establishing teams of young researchers to draw up sustainable development strategies at the national level, which are consistent with European strategies. A bottom-up flow from the grass-root level is required to change the pattern of development strategies in the Baltic countries. The Conference «Integrative Approaches Towards Sustainability», whose experiences are documented in this book, was held on 26-29 March, 2003.
Inhaltsverzeichnis :
Uno Svedin: Preface
Arnolds Ubelis/Janis Gravitis/Walter Leal Filho: Introduction
Christian Patermann: Concluding Statement of the International Board of the Conference
David Miles: Sustainable Development and the 6th Framework Programme
Motoyuki Suzuki: Visualisation of a Sustainable Industrialised Society - Zero Emissions Approach
Erling Pedersen: The Industrial Symbiosis at Kalundborg, Denmark - A Profitable Environmental Potential across the Fence
Gunter Pauli: Reshaping Competitive Forces in the Industrialised World
Janis Gravitis/Janis Zandersons/Valery Ozols-Kalnins/Arnis Kokorevics: How Can the Baltic Countries′ Resources be Oriented towards Sustainability?
Charlotte Lagerberg: Efficient Use of Forest Resources
Matti Palo: Sustainable Forestry in Finland and Globalisation: Evolution and Prospects
Urve Kallavus: Towards Nanotechnology through Structural Research
Friedrich Schmidt-Bleek: No Sustainability without Radical Dematerialisation - Technical and Economic Considerations
Georg Winter: Global SMALL (Sustainable Management for All Local Leaders) Initiative for Sustainability
J.L.A. Jansen: From Vision to Action - The Challenge of Transition to Sustainable Development
Joachim H. Spangenberg: Environmentally Sustainable Domestic Consumption: Material-Flow-Based Indicators for Priority Fields of Action
Saulius Vasarevicius: Waste Management in Protected Areas
Bjarne Rasmussen: Approaches for Local and Regional Sustainable Development Experience and Implementation Models from Storstrom County
Per G. Berg: The Sustainable Neighbourhood - from Model Area Hågaby to Common Neighbourhoods in a Baltic Sea Perspective
Sergio Ulgiati: Integrated Indicators to Assess Design, Performance and Environmental Sustainability of Energy Conversion Processes
Gergely Tóth: Agricultural Land Use and Sustainability: Changing Social Requirements and Extending Planning Options - What Can Agricultural Sciences and IT Technologies Offer?
Lars Ryden: Education for Sustainable Development - Experiences from the Baltic 21 Education Process
Walter Leal Filho: Sustainability Teaching at a Technical University - Examples from a Masters Programme on Environmental Engineering
Laima Galkute/Linas Klucininkas: Universities for Social Development – Arnolds Ubelis: Teaching Physics and Sustainability
Hans-Jörg Jacobsen: Education in the Biosciences: Let Facts Dominate over Myths
Ruta Bubniene: Instruments of Sustainable Development at Local Level in Lithuania
Georg Winter: The 3i System: Sustainable Business Management for the Whole Person
Janis Blahins: Science for Sustainable Development as a Case of System Stability
Janis Abolinš: Strategies for Sustainable Development
M. Burinskiené/R. Ušpalyte: A System of Indicators for the Evaluation of Sustainable Urban Development
Lotte Holmberg Rasmussen: Elements of a Sustainable Energy System in Latvia
Ieva Berzina/Dina Berzina: Coastal Zone Management in Latvia - Legal Instruments
Edgars Andersons: Sustainable Development of the Baltic Sea and Gulf of Riga Region
Michele Galatola: Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) as an Environmental Management Tool for Sustainable Development
Michele Galatola/Eliana Russo: ISO 14001 Certification and the EMAS Scheme Applied to Small to Medium Enterprises: The ENEA Experience
Isabel Maria Cañamás Llopis/Kerstin Döscher/Julian Fischer/Jörg Hoffmann/Beatriz Vidal Legaz: Sustainable Development in Europe - The Reflection of Current European Policies in the Fields of Energy and Agriculture Considering the Enlargement Process
Vello Vensel: Economic Aspects of Sustainability: Internationalisation of the Financial Services Sector in the Baltics
Kristine Abolina/Andis Zilans: Implementing Sustainable Development in Mezaparks, Riga, Latvia: A Comparison of Development Goals of Neighbourhood Residents and the City of Riga Municipal Administration
Katri Kerem/Kristjan Laugen: Estonian Consumers′ Attitudes towards Environmentally Friendly Products
Agrita Ozola: Aspects of Sustainable Development in the Local Cultural Environment
Georg Tamm: The Attitude towards Sustainable Development among Estonian Rural People
Jaroslaw Szewczyk: Disintegration through Depopulation
Masamitsu Funaoka: Sustainable Flow of Forest Resources on the Molecular Level from the Forest to the Chemical Industry
O. Bikovens/J. Gravitis/K. Iiyama: Biomodification of Lignocelluloses under Composting Environment and Heavy Metal Binding by Compost Humic Substances
J. Zandersons/A. Zhurinsh: Environmentally-Friendly and Energetically Self-sufficient Carbonisation of Low Grade Wood and Wood Industry Wastes
N. Vedernikovs/J. Zandersons/I. Kruma/M. Puke/J. Ryzikovs: Principal Organic Chemicals and Activated Carbon from Hardwood Residues
Donatas Butkus/Edita Baltrenaite: Measuring Heavy Metal Accumulation in Tree Rings
M. Noormets/E. Vool/K. Karp/R. Varnik/M. Starast: New Trends in Development of Estonian Berry Production towards Sustainable Agriculture
Dainis Ozols: Research into Pleistocene Deposits within the North Vidzeme Biosphere Reserve and South Estonia
E. Vool/M. Noormets/K. Karp/M. Mänd/M. Starast: Pollinators and their Foraging Behaviour in Arctic Bramble (Rubus Arcticus L.) Plantations in Estonia
Silvia Bargigli: Enhancing MFA and LCA Techniques by Means of Integrated Upstream and Downstream Flow Evaluation - The Case of Aluminium Production
Andrej Moskvin: Researches into Air Pollution by CO and PM10 in Lithuanian Towns and Roadsides
Stanislaw Czachorowski/Lech Pietrzak: Is Sustainable Coexistence between Aquatic Insects and People Possible in Urban Districts?
Endla Reintam/Jaan Kuht: Soil Compaction Effect on Soil, Nutrient Cycling and Weeds in Agroecosystem
E. Petraitis/S. Vasarevicius: An Investigation into Orimulsion Ash Properties.