4 edition of Environmental transition in Nordic and Baltic countries found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Hans Aage.|
|Series||New horizons in environmental economics|
|LC Classifications||GE160.S34 E58 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 236 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||236|
|LC Control Number||98028490|
environment of the Nordic and Baltic countries. It fulfils this dual mandate by providing long-term infrastructure and investment finance within its member states, to the public and private sectors, and to financial intermediaries. It has also broadened its lending to small and. All that aid came to fruition when the three countries joined the EU, NATO and then the Schengen passport-free zone. In some senses the Baltic three are better members of .
Nordic countries comprise Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Iceland. All these countries extend at Europe’s northern tip, above 55° of latitude. Only the Baltic countries, along with Scotland and Northern Russia lie so far north in Europe. They. This anthology aims to shed light on the implications of the transformation of the media landscape for young people in the Nordic and Baltic countries. It focuses on three themes: youth participating in news and information production; news production by established media organizations and novel information providers aimed at children and youth; news use among youth.
New book from Nordicom and the Swedish Media Council: Youth and News in a Digital Media Environment - Nordic-Baltic perspectives. The anthology aims to shed light on the implications of these transformations for young people in the Nordic and Baltic countries. We are looking for an enthusiastic, creative person to join our team to further help our customers efficiently implement campus-wide access of our products in the Nordic and Baltic countries. As a Customer Success Specialist, you will work directly with a portfolio of the World’s leading academic universities to onboard, train, and be part of.
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This book provides a comparative overview of the environmental and resource problems experienced in the Nordic and Baltic region. Fifteen chapters consider policies to combat environmental challenges and evaluate future economic growth and economic integration between the region and Western Europe.
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Books, Reviews and Presentations. Bengtsson, L. () M. Scholz: Wetland systems to control urban runoff, Elsevier. Urban Water Journal 4, p (review). Hjorth P. () Book Review: Environmental Transition in Nordic and Baltic Countries. 33 published journal articles and book chapters, 22 peer reviewed, published conference papers, Framework conditions for flexibility in the Gas–Electricity interface of Nordic and Baltic countries: A focus on Power-to-Gas (P2G) Pathway analysis of a zero-emission transition in the Nordic-Baltic region, Submitted for publication.
Environmental transition in Nordic and Baltic countries edited by Hans Auge, Elgar, viii + pp, £ (hbk). ISBN 1 X. Jan van der Straaten; Pages: ; First Published: 21 December Nordic and Baltic countries have joined hands in a bid to lead the digitalisation of Europe.
At the occasion of Digital North, a conference that took place in Oslo on Tuesday (25 April), ministers from the Nordic and Baltic regions signed a declaration, by which they committed to step up their digitalisation efforts - not only within the countries, but also across borders.
The Nordic Council is the official body for formal inter-parliamentary Nordic cooperation among the Nordic init has 87 representatives from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden as well as from the autonomous areas of the Faroe Islands, Greenland, and the Åland representatives are members of parliament in their respective countries or areas and are.
Simon Bajada is an Australian food and travel photographer based in Stockholm with his Swedish wife and two children.
He has written two books on Nordic food and has worked in a creative capacity on more than twenty cookbooks, including as photographer for Basque Country by Marti Buckley and Phaidon's Naples and Amalfi s: The Nordic countries agree that the whole Region has to work together towards sustainable development.
Achieving sustainable development is an ambitious but necessary goal. There is no other alternative: we must improve global welfare and quality of life while conserving the capacity of the earth to support life in all its diversity.
Sustainability and Climate Change [Sweden – Finland – Estonia] European integration transformed the Baltic Sea from a frontier into a shared Mare Nostrum between the Nordic and Baltic countries of the Union, the only ones above 55° latitude at Europe’s northern tip.
Environmental Transition in Nordic and Baltic Countries Environmental Transition in Nordic and Baltic Countries Lehari, Kaia TRANSITIONS AND TRADITIONS: A COMPARATIVE VIEW E n v i r o n m e n t a l Transition in Nordic and Baltic Countries Ed. Hans Aage, New Horizons in Environmental Economics Series.
The Baltic countries have useful lessons to convey on how to make the transition to a more open society, while the Nordic nations have long histories of supporting democracy and human rights beyond their borders.
Vibrant Economies. The economies of the region are strong, and the Baltic States in particular enjoy rapid growth rates. Acknowledgement. This work was supported by the European Regional Development Fund Activity ‘Post-doctoral Research Aid’, project title ‘Comparative research on foreign ministries in Baltic States and Nordic Countries (–)’ research application Nr.
/VIAA/1/16/ and research agreement Nr. /16/I/; and project titled ‘Harnessing the Economic Potential of the. This book explores environmental challenges in the Baltic region from an economic perspective. Featuring contributions from regional experts from Nordic, Baltic and Eastern European countries it addresses the response to eutrophication caused by increased loads of nutrients to the sea from agriculture, wastewater, industry and traffic, and cost-effective solutions to reach the Baltic Sea.
This new report commissioned by the Environment and Finance Group of the Nordic Council of Ministers continues the tradition of reviewing the use of economic instruments in environmental policy in. The Nordic Investment Bank (NIB) is an international financial institution founded in the mids by the five Nordic countries: Denmark (incl.
Faroe Islands, Greenland), Finland (incl. Åland Islands), Iceland, Norway andEstonia, Latvia and Lithuania became members of the Bank. NIB’s headquarters are located in Helsinki, acquires the funds for its lending by.
This book explores environmental challenges in the Baltic region from an economic perspective. Featuring contributions by regional experts from Nordic, Baltic and Eastern European countries it addresses the response to eutrophication caused by increased nutrients in the sea from agriculture, wastewater, industry and traffic.
Book Description: Urban sustainability and governance in relation to housing trends and policies is the focus of this book written by leading Nordic and Baltic housing researchers. The empricial examples are from the Baltic transition economies and the Nordic welfare states.A zero-emission pathway for the Nordic and Baltic region in Europe is described based on the comprehensive policy and scenario analyses, accompanied by energy system modelling.
The analyses show that a least-cost strategy would massively employ renewable energy, particularly in the power sector.
Through strong coupling across energy sectors and countries, electricity would play a central .Common positions, decisions and projects of the Baltic and Nordic countries should promote sustainability and development and send a strong message of Baltic–Nordic partnership and cooperation to the rest of the world.
Baltic Assembly and Nordic Council are interested to promote visibility of the Baltic–Nordic region on the European level.