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30.11.2015

Scientific conferences on “Contemporary conditions of environmental management”

 

Michał Ptak, Ph. D
Wrocław University of Economics

In 2013 and 2014 Department of Quality and Environmental Management in cooperation with the students scientific association “Oikos” organised two conferences on issues related to the environmental management. The 2014 conference has received the patronage of the Scientific Society of Quality and Environment.
The conferences were mainly addressed to young scientists, particularly undergraduate and graduate students. Important objectives of the conferences were to integrate academics and practitioners with an interest in sustainable development and to encourage joint research. The participants of the conference were the representatives of different research centres from Poland and abroad. Their research interests include inter alia: environmental protection, energy, waste management, natural resources, sustainable transport, organic farming, biodiversity, eco-tourism, eco-efficiency, corporate social responsibility and risk management.
The conferences’ proceedings were published as:
Bartniczak B., Rogala P. (eds.) (2014), Challenges of sustainable development from environment protection to quality of life, AD REM, Jelenia Góra.
Bartniczak B., Rogala P. (eds.) (2015), The responsible business protection, improvement and development, AD REM, Jelenia Góra.
Bartniczak B., Trzeciak K. (eds.) (2015), Aktualne trendy w zarządzaniu środowiskiem, AD REM, Jelenia Góra.
Dyrda D., Ptak M. (eds.) (2015), Zarządzanie środowiskiem i zrównoważona energetyka, AD REM, Jelenia Góra.
Both conferences were co-financed by the Regional Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management in Wroclaw.
The next conference on contemporary conditions of environmental management is planned for 2016. For more information, visit our website: zj.ae.jgora.pl.

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