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Sustainable development in the Baltic and beyond.
Frankfurt/ a. M. [u.a.]
This book documents and promotes the experiences from the 2nd Conference on Integrative Approaches Towards Sustainability (SHARING), held in Jurmala, Latvia, on May 11th to 24th, 2005. Attended by over 200 delegates from across the Baltic Sea region and beyond, the event provided an important contribution towards strengthening the integration of the region′s RTD community and the sharing of knowledge and expertise in the Baltic, across Europe (including the Mediterranean and Black Sea regions) and elsewhere. The first part of this book contains some introductory remarks on sustainable development as a whole and on integratives approaches in particular. Furthermore, issues related to cleaner production and the moves towards zero emissions are outlined. Part two of the book focuses on developments in the Baltic Sea Region, with a special emphasis on policy, implementation technologies and technologies for sustainable development. In the next part of the book, readers will find a special section on science for sustainable development. One special feature of this section is that papers are predominantly written by young researchers, some of whom will find in this volume, for the first time, the chance to publish results from their works. The final section of the book deals with social corporate responsibility and the environment, focusing on sustainable community development, corporate responsibility at an international level and concepts for education for sustainable development. This publication provides a very good overview of sustainability issues in the Baltic and beyond, illustrating the number of excellent works being performed by municipalities, universities, research agencies and NGOs, also showing the various ways via which sustainability can be delivered.
Inhaltsverzeichnis :

Sustainable Development - R&D Perspectives from Sweden and the European Union
Uno Svedin

Welcome Statement - Integrative Approaches towards Sustainability
Pierre Valette

Plenary Sessinons

First Plenary
Sustainable Economics and "Zero Emissions" Concept

Part 1
Global Challenge - Perspektives of Implementation

The Economics Sustainability of the Economy - Assessing the Susainability of a Complex System by Applying Orientor Theory
Joachim H. Spangenberg

Challanges on New Technologies for Sustainable Energy System - Climate Change Policy Measures in Japan
Morihiro Kurushima

From Cleaner Production to Zero Emissions
Michael Planasch, Gernot Gwehenberger, Hans Schnitzer, Christoph Brunner

Part 2
Development in the Baltic Region - Policy, Implementation Technologies and Technologies for Sutstainable Development

Factor 5 Flow City - Future Images of Sustainable Urban Development in the Baltic Sea Region
Per G. Berg

Environment and Thermodynamic Indicators in Support of Fair and Sustainable Policy Making- Investigating Equitable Trade among Latvia, Denmark and Italy
Sergio Ulgiati, Cattia Cialani

Coastman - Integrative Apporaches to Coastal Zone Management in the Baltic Sea
Walter Leal Filho

Secound Plenary

Sustainable Agriculture, Agroforestry, linked Resources and Developments

The Use of Enivornmental Information in Decision Making Promoting a Stustainable Food Chain
C. Lagerberg-Fogelberg, F. Fogelberg, G.Grankvist

Green Biobased Chemistry Platform for Sustainability
Janis Gravitis

Bioenergy Development in Ukraine - State of the Art and Perspectives
G. Geletukha, T. Zhelyezna, Y. Matveev, N. Zhovmir

Third Plenary

Education for Sustainable Development in the Conetext of University - Municipality Partnership

Urban Sustainability Strategies - Is there a Common Structure?
Lars Rydén

Teaching for Sustainable Development and University-Municipality Partnerships (Project "Inversed Brain Drain")
Arnolds Überlis

The Local Agenda 21 Change Agent - Why, What, Who, How?
Bjarne Rasmussen

Enviornmental Management (EM) and Sustainable Development (SD in University`s Strategic Management -
Motivation and Experience from the Hochschule Zittau/Goerlitz - University of Applied Sciences (F.R.G)
Bernd Delakowitz

City as a Vehicle of Education
Krzytof Nawatek

Fourth Plenary

Education for Sustainable Development in the Context of University Municipality Partnership

A Challenge for the Design - The Systems Design Thinking
Lugi Bistagnino, Pier Paolo Peruccio, Carlotta Montanera

Adnatic Sea and Coastal Zone of Serbia and Montenegro - Characteristics of Biodiversity and Possibilities for their Sustainable Exploitation
Vladimir Stevanovic, Ivica Radovie, Slobodan Regner, Sreten Mandic, Zlatko Bulic, Alexander Jakimovie, Dejan Radovic

Towards an International e-Learning Didactic for Sustainable Development
- The European Virtual Seminar on Sustainable Development (EVS)
Hans-Peter Winkelmann

The UniAdrion Experience - A Virtual University for the Adriatic-Ioman Basin
Andrea Segré, Luca Falasconi, Marina Mantini, Sabina Morghanti, Elisabetta Nann, Hajnalka Petrics, Matteo Vittuari

EU Targeted Plenary

Research for Sustainable Development - EU Strategy and Policy

The Contribution Energy Policy to Sustainability
Stina Soewarta

Parallel & Poster sessions

A. Economic + Political Framework

Sustainable Development Conept and Tools - The World Bank`s Approach to Sustainable Development Enviornmental Sustainability and Poverty Reduction
Hajnalka Petrics

Local Agenda 21 Process Facilitation - Environmental Communication and Self-Experience Development in Latvia
Ramonds Ernsteins

Climate Change Mitigation Initatives - Energy Policy in Compliance with UNFCC and Kyoto Targets
Dina Berzina

Foresight and Integrated Management Systems in Small and Medium sized Enterprises (SME) - Preliminary Considerations for a Tool-kit towards Corporate Sustainability
Markus Will

Zero Emissions Research in Austria - A Case Study
H. Schnitzer, G.Gwehenberger, Ch. Zwatz

Sustainable Community Development in the Baltic Sea Region
Heather Worosz, Paulo Bento Maffei de Souza, Yury Kazhura

Integration of Cultural Heritage as a Resource for Sustainable Deveopment in Municipality - A Case of Durbe Manor in Tukums
Agrita Ozola

B. Science for Sustainable Development

Baltic Sea Algae as a Resource for Renewable Plant Nurition and Bio-Fuel
Frederik Fogelberg

European Rice Husks Studies with Focus on Utilization Opportunies
Janis Gravitis, Janis Grabis, Oskars Bikovens, Andris Veveris

Removal of Hazardous Sustances in Electronics - Processes and Techniques for SMEs
Andrejs Lusis

Collaboration Research on a Modified Biopolymer as a Soil Stabilser and Amendment
G. Shulga, O. Nestore, V. Shakels, B. Neiberte, A. Verovkins, T. Betkers, O. Belous, A. Zukauskaite, D. Ambrazaitente, M. Kukosius

Emergy Life Cycle Assessment within a Zero Emission Framework
Sergio Ulgiati, Silvia Bargigli, Marco Raugei

The Research of Biological Phosphorus and Nitrogen Removal from the Waste Water using new Wastewater Treatment Technology
G. Vaboliene, A.B. Matuzevicius

Modelling the Behavior of Heavy Metals Releasing from Sewage Sludge to Soils
Péter Sipos

Feasibility Study of Wood-fired Boiler House Construction for Heat and Hot Water Supply of Slavutich City
Konstantin Drozd, Georgiy Geletukha

Ambient Air Quality Mapping for Integrated Urban Traffic Flows Management
L. Kliucininkas, D. Martuzevicius, J. Mockuvienè

Development of Ecologically Friendly Technology for Gasification of MSW
Maxim Slenkin, Nikolay Zhovmir

Chloride and Sodium Concentrations in Snow Cover odn Roadsides of Highway Panevežys - Siauliai in Lithuania
Agne Kazlauskiene, Pranas Baltrenas

Utilization of Pine Bark as Waste Wood for Soil Improvement
V. Biziks, B. Andersons, Z. Cakste, G. Zakis, B. Neiberte

Impact of Water-Soluble Substances of Birch Lignocellulose on the Mechanical and Sorption Properties of Granular Activated Carbon
J. Rizhikovs, M.Puke, J.Zandersons, N. Vedernikovs, G. Dobele, A. Tardenaka, B. Spince

Variation of Chemical Composition of Essential Oils in Thymus serpyllum L. subsp. serpyllum growing wild in Lithuania
Krista Ložiene, Petras R. Venskutonis

J. Puktie, S. Kühl. W. Wilms-Grabe, C. von Friedeburg,

T. Deutschmann, S. Sanghavi, J. Hollwedel, S. Beirle,

C. Frankenberg, M.F. Khokhar, M. Grzegorski, T. Marbach,

B. Kirchhof, S. Kraus, U. Platt, T. Wagner

Behaviour of Pinewood (Pinus Sylvestris) in Various Mixtures
Pille Meier, T.Kaps, U.Kallavus

A Method Supporting Sustainable Landuse Management Applying Soil Eropsion Models and Ecological Investigations
Adrienne Tóth

Landform Map and Sediments of North Vidzeme
Dainis Ozols

Composition of Weed Community Depending on Soil Compaction in Barley Field
E. Reintam, J. Kuht, K. Trükmann, J. Puust

Use of Biological Methods to loosen Compacted Soil
Katrin Trükmann, Endela Reintam, Jaan Kuht, Virgo Rääts

Physiological Activity of Sapropel Decomposition Products
Ina Alsina, Laila Dubova

Nutrient Transport Modelling in the Daugava River Basin
Andrea Wallin

Forest Fire Monitoring from Satellites
Edgars Andersons

C. Social Corporate Responsibility and the Environment

Sustainable Responsibility at an International Level - Stakeholder Management in Multinational Firms as an Integrative Approach towards Sustainability
Agnes Haraszti

Concepts for Education of Sustainable Development at the Faculty of Chemistry of University of Latvia
Andris A. Spricis

Thematic Index

List of Participants