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Analysis of the Validity of Environmental Kuznets Curve for the Baltic States

25. Lamla M.J., Long-run determinants of pollution: A robustness analysis, Ecological Economics, 2009., vol. 69, Issue 1, 15 November 9, p. 135-144, doi: 10.1016/j.ecolecon.2009.08.002 26. Lapinskienė G.; Tvaronavičienė M.; Vaitkus The emissions of greenhouse gases and economic growth - the evidence of the presence of the Environmental Kuznets curve in the European Union countries, Technological and Economic Development of Economy, 2013. Will be published. 27. Lin, C.Y.; Liscow, Z. D .,. Endogeneity in the Environmental Kuznets

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Feasibility of Applying Clean Development Mechanism and GHGs Emission Reductions in the Gold Mining Industry: A Case of Thailand

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Eleocharis Carniolica W. D. J. Koch, New Species in Flora of Montenegro

Nauka i Umjetnosti, Podgorica, 132 pp. Casper, S. J. & Krausch, H. D. 2008: Pteridophyta und Anthophyta, 1. Teil: Lycopodiaceae bis Orchidaceae. Spektrum Akademischer Verlag, Heidelberg, 403pp. EUROPEAN COMMISSION DIRECTORATES GENERAL, 2007: Interpretation manual of European Union habitats, 2007. European Commission Directorate General for the Environment Nature and Biodiversity, Brussels. González-Elizondo M. S. & Tena-Flores J. A. 2000: Eleocharis (Cyperaceae) in the New World. In: Wilson K. L. & Morrison D. A. (eds.), Monocots: Systematics and

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Snow-bed communities with dominant Salix herbacea in the Julian Alps

., Mihelič, R. & Lobnik, F. 2015: Tla Slovenije s pedološko karto v merilu 1: 250 000. Soils of Slovenia with soil map 1: 250 000. European Union & University of Ljubljana, Luxemburg, Ljubljana, 152 pp. + maps. Vrščaj, B., Repe, B., Simončič, P. 2017: The Soils of Slovenia. Springer, Dordrecht, 216 pp. Weber, H. E., J. Moravec, J. P. Theurillat 2000: International Code of Phytosociological Nomenclature. 3rd. Edition. Journal of Vegetation Science 11 (5): 739–766. Wirth, V. 1995: Flechtenflora. 2. Auf. Verlag Eugen Ulmer, Stuttgart, 661 pp. Wraber, T

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Ramondo-Ostryetum carpinifoliae – a new association from the hop-hornbeam forests of the Sharri Mountains, Kosovo

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New data on the ecological peculiarities and the distribution in Bulgaria of the vulnerable habitat F3.1d Balkan-Anatolian submontane genistoid scrub from the European Red List of Habitats

., Piernik, A., Poulin, B., Renaux, B., Schaminée, J.., Šumberová, K., Toivonen, H., Tonteri, T., Tsiripidis, I., Tzonev, R. & Valachovič, M. 2016: European Red List of Habitats – Part 2. Terrestrial and freshwater habitats. Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg, published on internet: https://forum.eionet.europa.eu/european-red-list-habitats/library/terrestrial-habitats/f.-heathland-and-scrub/f3.1d-balkan-anatolian-submontane-genistoid-scrub Jordanov, D. (ed.). 1963–1979: Flora Reipublucae Popularis Bulgaricae. vol. 1–7. In Aedibus Acad. Sci

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Conceptualizing Stakeholders’ Perceptions of Ecosystem Services: A Participatory Systems Mapping Approach

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District Heating Systems Performance Analyses. Heat Energy Tariff

heating delivery from industrial excess heat: A case study of a Swedish petrochemical cluster. Energy, 2014, No. 65, pp. 209-220. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.energy.2013.11.064 8. European Commission, Directive 2012/27/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 25 October 2012 on energy efficiency, amending Directives 2009/125/EC and 2010/30/EU and repealing Directives 2004/8/EC and 2006/32/EC, L315/ 55. Official Journal of the European Union, 2012. 9. Difs K., Trygg L. Pricing district heating by marginal cost. Energy Policy

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Structure of the FindFish Knowledge Transfer Platform

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As consumer awareness increases in Poland, fish consumption is on an upward trend. While new technologies permit meeting increasing demand, they significantly increase the pressure on fish supplies. As a result, many fish stocks are over-exploited, which threatens marine ecosystems. Declining fisheries, increasing fishing operating costs, and the necessity of making longer fishing expeditions at greater distances that often end with catches of fewer or less valuable fish mean that in some fisheries sectors are currently running at the margins of profit or at a loss. At the same time, the European Union’s fisheries policy aims to create more selective and sustainable fisheries, to implement limitations through fishing quotas, and to ban the recognition of discards. The aim is to ensure that individual fish species are protected while providing the European Union with stable, secure supplies of fresh fish. The FindFish Knowledge Transfer Platform project was launched to provide solutions for challenges facing commercial fisheries. Its purpose is to provide fishers with a knowledge transfer platform and a numerical forecasting system for the marine environment of the Gulf of Gdansk. By combining in-situ research, environmental data, fish catch data, and numerical calculations, this tool will improve the accuracy of targeted fishing while reducing by-catch. The system will provide more reliable data on fish stocks and facilitate more efficient resource management.

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Preserving an obscure bird: achievements and future challenges of Corncrake (Crex crex Linnaeus, 1758) conservation in Hungary

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