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J. Michna, J. Ekmanis, N. Zeltins, V. Zebergs and J. Siemianowicz

MANAGEMENT OF ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT CONSERVATION: CURRENT METHODICAL PROBLEMS

The paper presents a continuation in the series of works devoted to the acute problems of energy use management in different periods of economic transition in the CEE countries. Research carried out by the team of scientists has resulted in creation of modern management methods. In particular, unitary indices were worked out which connect the consumption of energy carriers and environment pollutions in a definite time period and the values of production (services) realised in this period.

The cooperation of researchers from different countries has given rise to the ICEEP (International Center of Energy and Environment Policy), where under research are issues of the risk management in the conditions of informational uncertainty, non-knowledge, as well as dynamic and stochastic behaviour of systems (processes). The main emphasis in the methodical approaches is given to the complex (strategic) thinking, which would be necessary for establishment of global regulations in the scope of energy and environment conservation.

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J. Michna, J. Ekmanis, N. Zeltins, V. Zebergs and J. Siemianowicz

Innovation Risk Management in the Rational Energy Use (Part 2)

The paper (written in two parts) is a continuation in the series of works devoted to the acute problems of risk management in various areas associated with energy and environment conservation. While in Part 1 the authors developed general conceptions of risk management as related to the rational energy use, Part 2 presents a closer examination of specific problems arising in this sphere when innovations are involved.

The relevant methodical approaches have mostly been elaborated at the International Center for Energy and Environmental Policy (ICEEP).