Open access peer-reviewed Edited volume

Sustainable Development

Policy and Urban Development - Tourism, Life Science, Management and Environment

Edited by Chaouki Ghenai

University of Sharjah

The technological advancement of our civilization has created a consumer society expanding faster than the planet's resources allow, with our resource and energy needs rising exponentially in the past century. Securing the future of the human race will require an improved understanding of the environment as well as of technological solutions, mindsets and behaviors in line with modes of development that the ecosphere of our planet can support. Sustainable development offers an approach that would be practical to fuse with the managerial strategies and assessment tools for policy and decision makers at the regional planning level.

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1. Sustainable System Modelling for Urban Development Using Distributed Agencies

By Bogart Yail Marquez, Ivan Espinoza-Hernandez and Jose Sergio Magdaleno-Palencia

1386

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2. European Policy for the Promotion of Inland Waterway Transport – A Case Study of the Danube River

By Svetlana Dj. Mihic and Aleksandar Andrejevic

1355

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3. Sustainable Urban Development Through the Empowering of Local Communities

By Radu Radoslav, Marius Stelian Găman, Tudor Morar, Ştefana Bădescu and Ana-Maria Branea

1093

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4. Sustainable Urban Design and Walkable Neighborhoods

By Theresa Glanz, Yunwoo Nam and Zhenghong Tang

2347

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5. Sustainable Tourism of Destination, Imperative Triangle Among: Competitiveness, Effective Management and Proper Financing

By Mirela Mazilu

3138

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6. Croatian Tourism Development Model – Anatomy of an Un/Sustainability

By Lidija Petrić

1524

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7. Built Heritage and Sustainable Tourism: Conceptual, Economic and Social Variables

By Beatriz Amarilla and Alfredo Conti

1593

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8. Sustainability Challenges: Changing Attitudes and a Demand for Better Management of the Tourism Industry in Malaysia

By Janie Liew-Tsonis and Sharon Cheuk

2880

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9. Sustainable Development Global Simulation: Analysis of Quality and Security of Human Life

By Michael Zgurovsky

940

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10. People, Places and History – Towards the Sustainability of Social Life in Traditional Environments

By Oscar Fernández

1097

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11. Raise It, Feed It, Keep It – Building a Sustainable Knowledge Pool Within Your R&D Organization

By Wiebke Schone, Cornelia Kellermann and Ulrike Busolt

1079

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12. Social Accounting Matrix – Methodological Basis for Sustainable Development Analysis

By Sasho Kjosev

2100

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13. Broadening Sustainable Development in Praxis Through Accountability and Collaboration

By Mago William Maila

1107

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14. An Approach to Sustainable Development by Applying Control Science

By Kazutoshi Fujihira

1166

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15. Embedding Sustainable Development in Organizations Through an Integrated Management Systems Approach

By Miguel Rocha and Cory Searcy

1742

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16. Sustainable Development as an Aspect of Improving Economic Performance of a Company

By Tereza Kadlecová and Lilia Dvořáková

1020

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17. Innovative Sustainable Companies Management: The Wide Symbiosis Strategy

By Francesco Fusco Girard

1106

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18. Innovation Ecosystem for Sustainable Development

By Kayano Fukuda and Chihiro Watanabe

1895

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19. Unraveling Stakeholders’ Discourses Regarding Sustainable Development and Biodiversity Conservation in Greece

By Evangelia Apostolopoulou, Evangelia G. Drakou, and John D. Pantis

1135

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20. The Environment as a Factor of Spatial Injustice: A New Challenge for the Sustainable Development of European Regions?

By Guillaume Faburel

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