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Community Acceptance of Wind Energy Developments: Experience from Wind Energy Scarce Regions in Europe

Merethe Dotterud Leiren, Stine Aakre, Kristin Linnerud, Tom Erik Julsrud, Maria-Rosaria Di Nucci, Michael Krug
2020 Sustainability  
Based on a comprehensive literature review and a survey among stakeholders from specific regions in Germany, Italy, Latvia, Norway, Poland and Spain with little prior experience with wind energy, we highlight  ...  The findings contribute to improving the understanding of the forces, factors and relationships at play between policy frameworks and perceptions of wind energy under different conditions.  ...  We also appreciate the feedback from the participants, and in particular the discussant Eva Eichenauer, of the panel 'P194: Local environmental concerns vs. climate: Increasing societal polarization in  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12051754 fatcat:c5mx2yvggzcchi44563cagkp64

The Role of "Handball At School" Program in Ability Development and Replenishment Training

Anetta Müller, István Juhász, Eszter Boda, Melinda Biró, Zsuzsa Nagy
2018 Apstract: Applied Studies in Agribusiness and Commerce  
In Hungary the undisputable merit of TAO subsidy is realized in replenishment training, human resource development and development of sports infrastructure.  ...  The children were asked another task to perform, a similar one to the first, but it had to be performed from running up, that is they ran back from a line, took the sponge ball, ran back to the line and  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The draft version of this research was presented at the IX International Scientific Symposium "Farm Machinery and Processes Management in Sustainable Agriculture" held on 22-24 November  ... 
doi:10.19041/apstract/2018/1-2/8 fatcat:koopno44p5dndhv4k6cibjosui

Differences in Productivity and its Determinants Among Firms from the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Germany: The Case of the Cosmetics Industry

Malgorzata Antczak, Malgorzata Jakubiak, Anna Wziatek-Kubiak
2004 Social Science Research Network  
The first method adopted is one of matched-plant comparisons of firms producing cosmetics in four countries: the Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary and Poland.  ...  The first model concerns 'worse' sub-samples of large Polish and German firms. The second one concerns the Polish small firms' sample.  ...  In-depth analysis of 'worse' firms' sub-samples shows that Polish and German firms will likely move up the productivity ladder. 21 This indicates increasing competition between Polish and German firms  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1441177 fatcat:iuccqxgmrvd63pob2jdbu62jce

Enriching Production: Perspectives on Volvo's Uddevalla Plant as an Alternative to Lean Production

Lowell Turner, Ake Sandberg
1997 Industrial & labor relations review  
Acknowledgements I want to thank those who so generously helped me in many ways with plant visits and interviews. Special thanks to the former employees at Uddevalla.  ...  This chapter builds on an earlier working paper on which I got comments from some of the colleagues above and from John Andersson and Albert Danielsson, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Kajsa  ...  in Germany The German debate on group work started in the 1970s.  ... 
doi:10.2307/2525104 fatcat:ryu5wknx2bc3nmi52tgd3te2om

Determinants of Mongolian Economic Growth

Batchimeg Bayaraa
2018 Apstract: Applied Studies in Agribusiness and Commerce  
An increment of average salary was adjusted by the inflation rate, which showed the purchasing power declined in 2015.  ...  The growth was studied based on the growth rate of National Domestic Product.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The draft version of this research was presented at the IX International Scientific Symposium "Farm Machinery and Processes Management in Sustainable Agriculture" held on 22-24 November  ... 
doi:10.19041/apstract/2018/1-2/9 fatcat:vdogsl6u6jgptghjdxogdn5arq

Continents under Climate Change

Denis Mercier
2012 Norois  
literature has not, to date, identified, e.g. on projected patterns of soil water stress, water temperature, different types of drought, sediment yields, design hydrology and on uncertainty under climate  ...  Threats to human health will increase: Health impacts of climate change are related to heat stress, waterborne diseases, poor air quality, extreme weather events, and diseases transmitted by insects and  ...  Different approaches of water management are discussed on the basis of first monitoring and modelling results. Abstract Climatic changes have a great impact on plant-pest interactions.  ... 
doi:10.4000/norois.4241 fatcat:tu6xxdoy4nexxly6zaojevid2y

Inventory and Regeneration Potential of Brownfields Along the D1/A1 Motorway Ostrava (CZ) - Gliwice (PL)

Jaromír KOLEJKA, Jan ŠTRBÍK, Renata DULIAS
2017 Geographia Technica  
In the first part, the basic ideas and terms of the issue are explained.  ...  The second part has a methodological character where methods used to determine and assess the redevelopment potential of the brownfields are described and applied on examples in the study territory.  ...  of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic in the AB programme.  ... 
doi:10.21163/gt_2017.122.11 fatcat:fmh2axuzbzebvhypyigdcbxsqa

Informal urban greenspace: A typology and trilingual systematic review of its role for urban residents and trends in the literature

Christoph D.D. Rupprecht, Jason A. Byrne
2014 Urban Forestry & Urban Greening  
Based on this definition, a total of 65 peer-reviewed papers in English (57) , Japanese (7) and German (1) were reviewed.  ...  The analysis of patterns in the literature reveals: a marked increase in publications in the last 20 years; a strong geographical bias towards the USA; and a lack of multi-type IGS studies including all  ...  This research was supported by two PhD scholarships from the Griffith School of Environment, Griffith University.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ufug.2014.09.002 fatcat:ia3jdb7befdr5li7yjspg3qdby

Special Issue: "Maintaining Ecosystem Services to Support Urban Needs"

Karsten Grunewald, Olaf .
2017 Sustainability  
Studies investigating the effects of urban green space on well-being and health show how important nature is for human well-being in urban areas.  ...  In recent years, social, economic, and environmental considerations have led to a reevaluation of the factors that contribute to sustainable urban environments.  ...  The interplay between ES supply and demand makes the concept of ESs a powerful tool for approaching compact and green cities.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su9091647 fatcat:oau5ocvznnegffkaoacuvs3pj4

9. International management

1988 Fusion engineering and design  
In addition, we use the human development index (HDI) to establish some correlations. The empirical data is collected from Volvo Group and Volvo Cars attitude survey.  ...  Employeeship is expressed differently across borders and occupational categories. It is negatively correlated with postmodernism, especially on the blue collar workers level.  ...  The German unification of East and West Germany in 1990 had costs.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0920-3796(88)80011-5 fatcat:puud6j2m25dm3p5a34dopygu34

International management

1995 Long range planning  
In addition, we use the human development index (HDI) to establish some correlations. The empirical data is collected from Volvo Group and Volvo Cars attitude survey.  ...  Employeeship is expressed differently across borders and occupational categories. It is negatively correlated with postmodernism, especially on the blue collar workers level.  ...  The German unification of East and West Germany in 1990 had costs.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0024-6301(95)91594-x fatcat:ymody3tyenfwxcqoxuc245mkj4

International Management [chapter]

2015 The Essential Management Toolbox  
In addition, we use the human development index (HDI) to establish some correlations. The empirical data is collected from Volvo Group and Volvo Cars attitude survey.  ...  Employeeship is expressed differently across borders and occupational categories. It is negatively correlated with postmodernism, especially on the blue collar workers level.  ...  The German unification of East and West Germany in 1990 had costs.  ... 
doi:10.1002/9781119208723.ch6 fatcat:l3wboqqu3jfrdgifxy734ppjcq

Phenotypic antimicrobial resistance in Escherichia coli strains on clinical and non-clinical isolates from broilers in Germany, France and United Kingdom

Octavio Mesa-Varona, Martina Velasova, Muna Anjum, Agnes Perrin-Guyomard, Sophie. A Granier, Jean-Yves Madec, Heike Kaspar, Bernd-Alois Tenhagen
2021 Zenodo  
The increase of antimicrobial resistance is a global public health concern for humans and animals.  ...  Data on clinical isolates were collected from the German National Antibiotic Resistance (GermVet), the Scanning Surveillance of Veterinary Pathogens from APHA and RESAPATH from France.  ...  AMR is present in humans, animals, and the environment and therefore an example of a One Health topic.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4785138 fatcat:wdvjsldnmzcbhliy4rl4ysyexe