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Valentin Grecu

References [1]. Merad, M., Dechy, N., Serir, L., Grabisch, M., & Marcel, F. (2013). Using a multi-criteria decision aid methodology to implement sustainable development principles within an organization. European Journal of Operational Research, 224(3), 603-613. [2]. Grecu, V. and Denes, C., (2012a) A Decision Support System for the Transition Towards the Sustainable University, Proceedings of the International Conference on Engineering & Business Education, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Sibiu, Romania, 18 - 21 October, 2012, pp319-324 [3

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Viktória Sugár, Péter Leczovics and András Horkai

://images.travelpod.com/tw_slides/ta00/d82/c2a/top-of-a-column-inside-hagia-sophia-istanbul.jpg [17] http://www.ancientegyptianfacts.com/Ancient-Egyptian-Columns-2.jpeg [18] http://www.iwallfinder.com/time-memory/the-first-series-of-conch-shells-30054.jpg [19] ZARI M. P., An architectural love of the living: Bio-inspired design in the pursuit of ecological regeneration and psychological wellbeing. Sustainable Development and Planning IV. WIT Press, Southampton, United Kingdom., 2009, pp. 293-302. [20] ZARI M. P., Bio

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Klára Macsinka

References [1] „QUALITY MANAGEMENT TOOL FOR URBAN ENERGY EFFICIENT SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORT” - INFORMATION LEAFLET ABOUT THE QUEST-PROJECT, 2013. [2] „QUEST-REPORT AND ACTION PLAN” FOR THE CITY OF BÉKÉSCSABA, MOBIL CITY CONSULTANCY, 2013. [3] WWW.QUEST-PROJECT.EU [4] WWW.MOBILITYPLANS.EU

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Valentin Grecu

9. References 1. Azapagic, A. and Perdan, S., (2000), Indicators of sustainable development for industry: a general framework, Trans IChemE, Part B, Proc Safe Env Prot, volume 78, issue 4, pp243–261 2. Petrini, M., & Pozzebon, M. (2009). Managing sustainability with the support of business intelligence: Integrating socio-environmental indicators and organisational context. The Journal of Strategic Information Systems, 18(4), 178-191. 3. Grecu, V. and Nate, S., (2014), Managing sustainability with eco-business intelligence instruments, Management

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Klára Macsinka

References [1] EDICT 253/1997. (“OTÉK”), about National Requirements on Urban Planning and Building (latest modification in 2012.). [2] MACSINKA, K. Methodology to determine parking needs to land use functions, based on the principles of sustainable mobility, PHD thesis, Győr, (2012). [3] MACSINKA, K. „Sustainable mobility and historic city centres ” - „Transport infrastructure in Cities” International Conference, University of Zilina, Slovakia (2012), PP. 35-36.

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Begum Sertyesilisik

References [1] DITTMAR, M. Development towards sustainability: How to judge past and proposed policies? Science of the Total Environment, 472, (2014), 282-288. [2] http://ec.europa.eu/clima/news/articles/news_2014041401_en.htm [3] AZEVEDO, S.G., CARVALHO, H., MACHADO, V.C. The influence of green practices on supply chain performance: A case study approach, Transportation Research Part E 47, (2011), 850-871. [4] KOPLIN, J., SEURING, S., MESTERHARM, M. Incorporating sustainability into supply

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Györgyi Csontos

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The history of eco (organic) farming in Hungary has begun in 1983. Currently, approx. 2% of the agricultural area is managed this way. This research gives a survey on the architectural backgrounds of this specific land management type.

Sustainability and energy conservation have brought along a new demand in the construction industry, including design and operation of agricultural buildings: the usage of energy efficient, environmentally friendly and preferably renewable energy based building alternatives.

Among the energy-saving solutions we have to emphasize those passive systems in particular, which use the natural conditions (sunlight, shading, ventilation, gravity, etc.) on their own, without the help of mechanical equipment, and achieve energy efficiency by placing and structuring technological buildings accordingly.

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Alev Erarslan

-34. [5] Demir, Y., A Critical Look at the Role of the Planning Legislations in Sustaining the Authenticity of Traditional Settlements: Akyaka and Mardin Cases. IPHS International Planning History Society, I.T.U. Urban and Enviromental Planning and Research Center, Conference Proceedıngs Volume 1. pp. 577-586, Istanbul, 2010. [6] Rapoport, A., House Form and Culture. University of Wisconsin Milwaukee Prentice Hall, Inc., Eglewood Cliffs, London, 1969. [7] Rapoport, A., Kültür Mimarlık Tasarım. Yapı Endüstri Merkezi Yayınları 1. Baskı

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Ionela Magdalena Rotaru

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The world we are living in is shaped by what is a reality for years already: globalisation of economy. The lack of borders makes the impact that technology has on society to be a major one. The virtual world so accessible today is not just about new markets, access to cheaper work force, work online but also fierce competition. The common denominator of most efforts in the area of industry is performance. Limits continuously moving willingness to pay for products that delineate the performance delivered be the same range. Here too we can see the role of the education. For example, Landes1 shows that both knowledge and know-how are the ones that determine how well off societies are. The education of engineers is therefore critical to every nation to ensure the prosperity of its citizens. This paper here intends to approach the educational process of the engineering specific area of knowledge from the management perspective. The training process becomes sustainable in accordance with the requirements of the future: trained specialists for sustainable enterprises.

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Gabriel Mănescu and Claudiu Kifor

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The clusters are the subject of actions and of whole series of documents issued by national and international organizations, and, based on experience, many authorities promote the idea that because of the clusters, competitiveness increases, the workforce specializes, regional businesses and economies grow. The present paper is meant to be an insight into the initiatives of forming clusters in Romania. Starting from a comprehensive analysis of the development potential offered by each region of economic development, we present the main types of clusters grouped according to fields of activity and their overall objectives