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trends and future of sustainable development -

Hanna Lakkala & Jarmo Vehmas (editors)TRENDS AND FUTURE OF SUSTAINABLEDEVELOPMENTProceedings of the Conference“Trends and Future of Sustainable Development”9-10 June 2011, Tampere, FinlandFFRC eBOOK 15/2011

  • Page 2 and 3: EditorsHanna LakkalaM.Sc., Project
  • Page 4 and 5: 3. SUSTAINABLE CONSUMPTION ........
  • Page 6 and 7: INTRODUCTIONFinland Futures Researc
  • Page 8 and 9: 81. SUSTAINABILITY INDICATORS
  • Page 10 and 11: 2. Material and methods2.1. The Eur
  • Page 12 and 13: Life expectancy at 65 for males (ye
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  • Page 16 and 17: 3.2.1. Social dimensionCyprusSw ede
  • Page 18: As can be seen in Figure 3.a, count
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  • Page 23 and 24: 2.2. MethodsFigure illustrates the
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  • Page 27 and 28: The MuSIASEM results for the CNP ar
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  • Page 31 and 32: SUSTAINABILITY CRITERIA AND INDICAT
  • Page 33 and 34: set of criteria and indicators were
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  • Page 37 and 38: The chosen indicators aim to consid
  • Page 39 and 40: All in all sustainable urban econom
  • Page 41 and 42: ReferencesALLARDT, E. (1973) About
  • Page 43 and 44: BIOREFINERY IMPLEMENTATION IN MARGI
  • Page 45 and 46: capable of self-adapting to agro-pe
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    AcknowledgementThe Authors grateful

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    SUPPORTING SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT:

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    2. Overview of the SMILE toolkitThe

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    The utility workshop was a round ta

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    grazing results in meat production,

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    shelf? 1 ” This is important give

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    AcknowledgmentsThe research is fund

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    MULTI-SCALE INTEGRATED ANALYSIS FOR

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    This study considers the Romanian e

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    subsequently the plants were privat

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    eferring to intra-community trade,

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    (1)whereET i exosomatic throughput;

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    TRENDS OF FINNISH MFA AND FUTURE PR

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    In FIN-MFA accounting system domest

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    3002502001501005001945 1950 1955 19

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    As can be seen from figure 4 the ex

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    BibliographyAdriaanse A., S. Bringe

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    The second model, MUSIASEM (Multi-S

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    Figure 2.System diagram of Forestry

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    According to MuSIASEM model finding

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    translation of results needs deep e

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    2. SUSTAINABILITY INNORTH-SOUTH PER

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    Obyerodhyambo, 2006) 1 . Our joint

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    Feeling for StonesAs I began workin

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    financed, organized and integrated

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    Uganda, it attracted great interest

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    Shape Environmental Ambitions aroun

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    ReferencesBarbets Duet, 2009. Repor

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    power could produce nearly 25 % of

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    and programs both reflect and shape

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    hydropower, new renewable energy in

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    Whereas World Bank claims that the

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    covered by the users. A new battery

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    households. In order to do that, th

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    had to sell a chicken or pig to cov

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    seemed not to be contributing very

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    Smits, Mattijis (2008) Neglected De

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    China could also take a lead in dev

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    water, food and energy; (2) safety

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    industrial development of China and

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    2002) and China sells hunting licen

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    Ancient Tibetan literature is abund

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    Ketola T. 2010. Five leaps to corpo

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    IdentificationRhetorical analyses m

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    Every speaker expressed adherence t

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    poverty and tend the world's lungs.

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    15 years, it cannot label itself as

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    THE ROLE OF LEGISLATION AND POLICIE

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    so far the target seems out of reac

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    When a change in an act is to be in

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    6. Legislation enforcement in pract

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    Company (LWSC), who are in charge o

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    ReferencesAgriculture (Fertiliser a

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    GLOBAL GOVERNANCE OF WATER SECURITY

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    and South-Korea (e.g. Brown 2011; F

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    from the corporations, and a vice p

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    When looking at the structural powe

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    security as its resources are being

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    Bues, A. (2011) Agricultural Foreig

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    World Bank (2010) Rising Global Int

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    HOW TO REVISE THE CONCEPTS OF ECONO

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    ‘syncretic concept’ that reveal

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    War. The capacity of GDP to describ

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    in the ‘spectacle’ turns vulgar

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    consciousness according to the key

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    p.21, among others) to get goods ou

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    TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE SOCIETY - TRANS

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    Table 1. Value shifting (Mikkola 20

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    The odds ratio of the 7 th variable

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    et al. 2007). In Finland a third of

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    EDUCATIONPersonal factors,IdentityG

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    each rating are left out of the res

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    Deci, E., & Flaste, R. (1995).Why W

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    Maslow, A. (1954). Motivation and P

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    UN 2011. World Population to reach

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    From a social perspective, an “ec

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    doubling worldwide prosperity, i.e.

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    3.2. Material FootprintThe natural

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    Figure 2.Material footprint in the

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    Bringezu, S., Schütz, H., Saurat,

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    4. SUSTAINABILITY AND THE SOCIETY21

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    Commission 2005a). LCT is a concept

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    conventional objects 1 (technical o

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    Conventional Principles:• Prevent

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    5. Toward a conceptual framework fo

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    Sustainability* Requires Reference

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    the preferred technological traject

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    A number of models of transition pa

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    Parto, S., Loorbach, D., Lansink, A

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    iomasses, which means usually biofu

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    The EU transport sector accounts fo

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    additional imports of biofuels, but

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    Agricultural land is becoming a sca

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    5. SUSTAINABLE CULTURE239

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    communities, cities, industries, an

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    ComplexityComplex social systems ar

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    Practical lessons 2: technology and

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    (lower left), and also individual o

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    Table 1:SummaryofpracticallessonsPr

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    Crivits, Maarten., Paredis, Erik.,

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    MEASURING ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABIL

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    environment is the one in which lif

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    for all humankind in harmony with t

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    Table 1.Indicators for measuring ES

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    to understand the nature of sustain

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    DESIGNING SUSTAINABILITY TOGETHER -

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    understanding of the task, then bot

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    with backgrounds in various design

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    Differences in the educational appr

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    4. ConclusionsSocial concerns are i

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    6. SUSTAINABLE ECONOMY273

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    Our article addresses the question

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    development of indebtedness. The cu

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    4. Fiscal sustainability in the Eur

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    5. The case of Finland - crisis and

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    the descending negative spiral (vic

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    fiscal consolidation -, the above m

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    IMPACT OF FISCAL POLICIES CHANGES O

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    fiscal, budgetary and monetary poli

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    Baseline Scenario2010 2011 2012Econ

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    Direct effects: net impact upon rev

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    ANALYSING DRIVERS OF AND BARRIERS T

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    ze% = a / (v + b) + (1 - a/b)(1’)

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    0.250.2230.4740.50.4z%M j0.2z% ij0.

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    From official statistics, we can se

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    H3 Estimations under the hypothesis

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    FUTURE TRENDS OF GENUINE WELFARE IN

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    3. Application of economic welfare

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    353025201510501945 1950 1955 1960 1

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    From the compositions of ISEW and G

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    UNDP (United Nations Development Pr

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    INTEGRATING SUSTAINABILITY INTO STR

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    Figure 1.Futures studies - from ind

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    4. The Pillars of SustainabilitySus

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    Figure 4.The ideal of foresight in

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    fourth stage, collected and reconci

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    DISRUPTIVE INNOVATIONS AT THE BOTTO

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    2. Theoretical frameworkThe term BO

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    Low income level: To serve a market

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    Table 1. Ryanair Customer Service S

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    High InnovationTOP Focus onlyBOP Fo

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    markets could also be considered by

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    IMPLEMENTATION OF TOTAL RESPONSIBIL

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    stakeholder-related risks better Bo

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    Table 4.Comparison of core values a

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    4. Responsible competitivenessTo un

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    6. Discussion and ConclusionsNowada

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    Gorenak, S & Bobek, V 2010, ‘Tota

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    STAKEHOLDERS AND CORPORATE SOCIALRE

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    Customers, employees and authoritie

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    The top ten stakeholders in economi

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    Table 4.The top ten stakeholders in

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    ReferencesBall, Amanda, Broadbent,

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    GLOBAL DISPUTE ON SUSTAINABLE BUSIN

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    Finnish company had ever made, and,

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    ownership structure was released. I

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    Green CrossInternationalHague ICJIF

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    the government of Argentina as well

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    ReferencesAaltonen, K., Kujala, J.

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    PURPOSE OF SUSTAINABILITY CONTRACTU

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    2.2. International regulatory envir

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    well as their contribution to the s

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    Schwenzer and Leisinger (2007) appr

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    then represents the strongest tool

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    5. Conceptual framework5.1. Busines

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    ReferencesAlbareda, L., 2008. Corpo

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    DISCLOSURE OF MATERIAL CSR INFORMAT

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    disclosure regime established by th

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    and performance (Directive 2003/51/

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    The next discrepancy we encounter i

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    ambiguous. Further, the popularity

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    espect to voting or trading decisio

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    system seems to define what an inve

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    institutions and insurance undertak

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    NEED AND USEFULNESS FOR FUTURE FORE

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    PossiblefuturesDesiredfutureProbabl

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    The importance of data networks wil

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    flood of environmental immigrants c

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    Scenario based strategic work is bu

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    In this paper we will examine weak

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    interprets the signal (Moijanen 200

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    y identifying weak signals that cou

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    to create a euthanasia law, that ol

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    Interpretation, in our case, was ma

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    very agile reacting to changes. Thi

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    9. SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORTATION423

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    package. The package set a 10 % tar

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    the same cluster (cluster mean), th

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    develop fast. Transport emissions d

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    120100806040200Passenger transport

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    cities. Traditionally, Finns have o

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    Petteri KatajistoMartti Kerosuo 1Ka

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    and information that can be connect

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    Figure 1.The framework for analyzin

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    Figure 2. Evaluation and organisati

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    Table 1. Data sources and calculati

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    In our case, the expert methods are

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    AFFECTING THE SUSTAINABILITY INNOVA

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    oth human and non-human (companies,

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    Figure 2.The biogas production and

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    The DSM shows that the price for bi

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    of biogas produced, giving economy

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    Recapping the above discussion, the

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    environmental leadership (Uusi-Rauv

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    Since the coding of the material wa

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    Figure 3.The Environmental Protecti

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    Figure 6. Passenger car density per

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    FTA (2011) Liikennesuorite autotyyp

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    CO 2 ECONOMY IN THE BRIC COUNTRIESD

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    %India, factors affecting CO 2 emis

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    CO 2 emissions Mton7000600050004000

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    %Brazil, factors affecting CO 2 emi

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    250Total effect on Final Energy Con

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    Intensity effect on Final Energy Co

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    %India, factors affecting CO 2 emis

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    ChinaThe primary energy sources in

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    Intensity effect on Final Energy Co

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    Luukkanen, J. and Kaivo-oja, J. (20

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    2008). In this situation, potential

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    improve water quality since limited

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    Another unobvious but existing impa

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    Table 1.Potential sustainability ri

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    Bruton T., Lyons H., Lerat Y., Stan

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    11. SUSTAINABILITY IN DESIGN499

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    postconventional foresight. ... Env

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    according to Paech (2005:259-292),

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    Procedure modelPolitics modelMethod

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    ContextualEnvironmentBusinessSystem

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    also. It is expected to answer the

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    Figure 6. The River-Turbine prototy

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    van Wyk. 2004. Technology: A Unifyi

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    address them in order to effect the

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    DESIGN THINKING MATRIXCORESTRENGTHS

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    The assessment criteria used in the

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    And in a sustainable society,(SP4)

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    2. Designers and ethicsMost of the

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    Sustainable Development (FSSD). Pro

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    foundation for what is nowadays cal

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    models of behaviour and institution

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    187-195). Many of the interviewees

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    willing to act and take responsibil

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    Appendix 11. “Sustainability has

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