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Abstract This article gives an overview of the origin of the concept of sustainable development by going far back in history to trace its roots. It shows how the idea of sustainability evolved through the centuries as a counter to notions of progress. The historical context in the latter half of...
Abstract The European ELOISE (European Land Ocean Interaction Studies) cluster (>60 projects) is the world's largest research initiative on land – ocean interactions. Beside its scientific goals, ELOISE is also meant to contribute directly to coastal zone management and thus to European coastal...
Abstract The tanning and leather goods manufacturing industries have witnessed a considerable shift in their location to developing countries, where production costs are lower and environmental regulations less stringent. The tanning industry generally involves processes closely linked to...
Abstract Brownfield regeneration, involving the reintegration of derelict and abandoned sites into their economic environments, is a key element of sustainable urban development. To realize the full potential brownfield regeneration offers to sustainable urban development, the parameters that...
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