Search Results

1 - 8 of 8 items :

  • management measures x
  • Genres and Media in Cultural Studies x
Clear All
Selected aspects of water and sewage management in Poland in the context of sustainable urban development

purification technologies ( Tortajada, Nam Ong, 2016 ; Salgot, Folch, 2018). The environmental aspects of water and sewage management mainly relate to the quality and parameters of potable water ( Ekiye, Zejiao, 2010 ; Wang et al., 2009 ; Coombes et al., 2016 ), and its impact on the natural environment ( Haase, 2015 ; Herslund et al., 2018 ). The socio-economic aspects of water and sewage management focus on efficiency ( González-Gómez, García-Rubio, 2008 ; Zarghami, 2010 ). They also relate to the development of practical tools for measuring and improving water

Open access
Creative Clusters in Visegrad Countries: Factors Conditioning Cluster Establishment and Development

Stobbeleir, K. and De Clippeleer, I., 2014: The Antecedents of Creativity Revisited: A Process Perspective. In: Creativity and Innovation Management, Volume 23, Issue 2, John Wiley & Sons Ltd, pp. 96-110. DOI: Caves, R., 2003: Contracts Between Art and Commerce. In: Journal of Economic Perspectives, Volume 17, Issue 2, AEA, pp. 73-83. DOI: Champion, K., 2010: Hobson’s Choice? Constraints On Accessing Spaces Of Creative Production. In: Creative Industries

Open access
Regional diversification of cultural sector potential in Poland

, culture can play a role in creating and maintaining the identity of the local community, its creativity, vitality and internal cohesion. The aim of this article is to assess the potential of the cultural sector in Poland and present its regional diversity. The author selected features referring to infrastructure in terms of culture, activity of the population in the sphere of culture, expenditure on culture and income derived from culture; then, on the basis of these features, a synthetic measure determining the development potential of regions (voivodships) in Poland

Open access
A multidimensional analysis of spatial order in public spaces: a case study of the town Morąg, Poland

i praktyki rewitalizacji. Wydawnictwo FTA, Poznań, 15-25. Bravo, D. ( 2010). The Flaneurs Surprise, Lessons from the European Prize for Urban Public Space 2000- 2010. In: Favour of Public Space. Ten Years of the European Prize for Urban Public Space , Centre de Cultura Contemporania de Barcelona and ACTAR, Barcelona, 44-47. Caldera, J. Berrocal, R. (2016). Metodología para la Medición del Déficit Cualitativo de Espacio Público en Colombia: un Indicador Clave del Ordenamiento Territorial (Methodology for Measuring the Qualitative Deficit in Public

Open access
How to assess quality of life. Theoretical and methodological research aspects in cross-border regions

-008-0018-2 Tej, J., Sirková, M. and Ali Taha, V., 2012: Model and results of the quality of life evaluation inregional cities in Slovakia. In: Journal of management and business: research and practice, Vol. 4, No 2, pp. 31-34. Vennhoven, R., 2000: The four qualities of life - Ordering Concepts and Measures of the Good Life. In: Journal of Happiness Studies, 1, pp. 1-39. Available at:, DoA: 30 July 2011. Vennhoven, R., 2002: Why Social Policy Needs Subjective Indicators. In: Social Indicators

Open access
Word Heritage Sites as soft tourism destinations – their impacts on international arrivals and tourism receipts

postcards photography, drawing, painting curiosity sensitivity, understanding noisy silent Source : Fekete, 2006 : 63. 2.2 Soft tourism forms and activities Fekete (2006) considers soft tourism as a form of tourism that maintains the balance between the landscape, recreation, leisure and economic benefits. It also maintains harmony between the natural, social and cultural environment, and is characterised by the careful management of the landscape. Fekete (2006) also emphasises the dynamic relationship of soft tourism with

Open access
Forest stand biomass of Picea spp.: an additive model that may be related to climate and civilisational changes

Spathelf P. Stanturf J. Kleine M. Jandl R. Chiatante D. and Bolte A. (2018). Adaptive measures: integrating adaptive forest management and forest landscape restoration. Annals of Forest Science. 75(2): 55. 10.1007/s13595-018-0736-4 Spathelf P. Stanturf J. Kleine M. Jandl R. Chiatante D. Bolte A. 2018 Adaptive measures: integrating adaptive forest management and forest landscape restoration Annals of Forest Science 75 2 55 Stegen J.C. Swenson N.G. Enquist B

Open access
Climate change threats to a floral wedding: Threats of shifting phenology to the emerging South African wedding industry

preventative and mitigation measures and management of these natural spaces ( Elum et al., 2017 ). The ability to adapt to climate change is the ability for “human-environment systems [to respond] to actual and/or anticipated different climatic conditions” ( Alam et al., 2017 : 53) aiming to mitigate the potential and evident risk, while recognising the opportunities under a different environmental framework ( Wyss et al., 2014 ; Elum et al., 2017 ). Some reasons attributed to the inability to be adaptive are due to the magnitude of the impact, agro-ecological systems

Open access