Public Participation in Developing a Common Framework for the Assessment and Management of Sustainable Innovation

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  • How to create sustainable development?

    11.11.2016 | Raquel Sousa | Views: 2372

    Entrepreneurship and small businesses are one of the corners of the world economy, responsible for a large share of breakthrough innovations that influence the growth of the free market economy and its general performance. The concept of sustainability has been of incremental importance over...

  • Renewable Energy

    11.11.2016 | Raquel Sousa | Views: 926

    It’s a fact that actions to reduce the impact of climate change are critical and that it involves global forces. But it’s also a fact that renewable energy players have a huge responsibility and impact on this process.To limit the increase average global temperatures to less than...

  • Engaging stakeholders in building scenario’s for a low carbon Belgium by 2050

    Engaging stakeholders in building scenario’s for a low carbon Belgium by 2050
    17.10.2016 | Sarah Van Eynde | Views: 937

    In the context of the international negotiations under the United Nations, Belgium has committed to develop a low carbon development strategy. Such a strategy must be defined in the context of the European commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 80% to 95% in 2050 compared to their 1990...

  • Top 5 most successful green city strategies in 2016

    Top 5 most successful green city strategies in 2016
    22.09.2016 | Vilja Anttila | Views: 3208

    Cities have a huge opportunity to impact the magnitude of climate exchange: after all, larger cities are consuming two thirds of the world's energy and responsible for emitting over 70% of global CO2 emissions. The recently published Sustainable City Report 2016 demonstrates that European...

  • Changing consumption patterns

    Changing consumption patterns
    12.09.2016 | Berchem Marina | Views: 4203

    The image rights belong to mundraub.org.   In the last years or even decades, problems of climate change and uncontrolled resource consumption have become obvious. Negative consequences of the lifestyle from industrial and emerging nations have become visible and are likely to...

  • Creating awareness for energy-saving potentials

    Creating awareness for energy-saving potentials
    12.09.2016 | Berchem Marina | Views: 933

    This post has been written by Lars Döring   The image rights belong to Caritasverband Dortmund e.V.     The goal of the climate change plan up to 2050 is clearly defined: To limit the greenhouse effect on up to 2° Celsius CO2 emissions have to be reduced...

  • Wind energy – new regulations in Poland

    Wind energy – new regulations in Poland
    07.09.2016 | Kamila Dobek | Views: 1499

    The new law ( USTAWAz dnia 20 maja 2016 r. o inwestycjach w zakresie elektrowni wiatrowych ) with regulations for wind farms has been implemented in Poland in July 2016. So far there was no legislation regulating the location and conditions with respect to the location and construction of such...

  • A citizen voice for better prioritisation of the area of Denmark in the future

    A citizen voice for better prioritisation of the area of Denmark in the future
    25.08.2016 | Lea Amby Ottosen | Views: 989

    The Danish Board of Technology Foundation is currently working on a project to discuss how the area of Denmark should be best exploited in the future; the project on land use in Denmark that extends from 2014 to 2017. It is necessary to prioritize how the land area of Denmark must be used,...

  • Why are we not there yet with sharing economies?

    Why are we not there yet with sharing economies?
    22.08.2016 | Vilja Anttila | Views: 2513

    If I asked you “how well sharing economies are really doing?”, would you know ? Obviously, unless you have lived under a rock, you know that something is up. You might have used a bike-sharing service to get around. You might have the Uber app on your phone. You have seen the...

  • 'Creating Shared Value’ as a step to CASI

    18.08.2016 | Monique Ramioul | Views: 1027

    Corporate Social Responsibility 2.0 strategies are not only focusing on reducing the negative impact of production, but also on increasing the positive impact of manufacturing through sustainable entrepreneurship, innovation and internationalization. [1] Emmanuel de Béthune [2]...

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