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2012
Special Issue on the Regional Aspects of Sustainability

FOREWORD  
BABANASSIS, Stergios
Interactions between Regional and Sectoral Aspects of Sustainability
7-16.
BANSE, Gerhard & Oliver PARODI
Sustainability and Culture – an Expanded View
17-27.
DAMODARAN, A.
The Challenge of Multi Level Environmental Governance in India
29-37.
LINDEMAN, Kenyon C., Eduard MÜLLER, & Glenn RICCI
Marine Protected Area Management:
Improving Performance by Professionalizing Career Paths
with Integrated Training, Certification, and Trade Organization Development
39-49.
NELSON, Gordon L.
What is Green? Florida Revisited
51-68.
SLOTKIN, Michael H., Alexander R. VAMOSI, & Lisa GOOD
Brevard County Stormwater Awareness and Behavior:
Antecedents of the LIVE BLUE Education Campaign
69-79.
BAJÁK Imre & TÖRCSVÁRI Zsolt
Local Sustainable Development Programs in Hungary
81-88.
BUDAY-SÁNTHA Attila, ERDŐS Katalin, & FLINK Alexandra
Beliefs and Misbeliefs about Sustainability in Agriculture
89-98.
CSETE Mária & SZÉCSI Nóra
Tourism Adaptation Portfolio Fostering Regional Sustainability
99-108.
HORVÁTH György Á. & VARGA András
Bridging Gaps in Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation:
Overcoming Government Shortfalls and Exploring New Forms of Cooperation
109-124.
PÁLVÖLGYI Tamás & SZENDRŐ Gábor
Trends and Indicators for Sustainable Mobility in Hungary
125-132.
SZARKA László
Critical Remarks Addressed to Climate Fanatics and Climate Sceptics
133-143.
COLLINS, J. Markham & H. KACSÓ Erzsébet
The Regional Currency Area and Economic Sustainability
145-155.
CSUGÁNY Julianna
The Role of Technology in Realising Sustainable Region
157-166.
MIKA János & PAJTÓK-TARI Ilona
Five Aspects of Climate Change Regarding Sustainability
167-181.
PAPANEK Gábor & NOVOTNY Adam
Integrating Regional Innovation and Sustainable Development
Examples from the Eszterházy Károly College

183-196.
ROMÁN Róbert
Environmental Planning Regime- Regionality in the Foreground
197-205.
SZLÁVIK János & CSÁFOR Hajnalka
Corporate Social Responsibility as a Tool for Sustainable Regional Development in Northern Hungary
207-224.

 


Adam NOVOTNY
Institute of Economic Science
Eszterházy Károly College
H-3300 Eger,
Egészségház u. 4.

novadam@ektf.hu

Julianna CSUGÁNY
Institute of Economic Science
Eszterházy Károly College
H-3300 Eger,
Egészségház u. 4.
csugany.julianna@ektf.hu

János SZLÁVIK (Eger)
J. Markham COLLINS (Tulsa/USA)
Erzsébet H. KACSÓ (Eger)
István KÁDEK (Eger)
Tibor KOVÁCS (Eger)
Gábor PAPANEK (Budapest, Eger)