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Uncertainties of Estimating a Town’s Carbon Footprint– Case Study El Gouna, Egypt

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Ecodesign — Carbon Footprint — Life Cycle Assessment — Life Cycle Sustainability Analysis. A Flexible Framework for a Continuum of Tools

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Carbon Footprint of Different Harvesting Work Systems in Short Rotation Energy Plantations

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Energy use and carbon footprint for potable water and wastewater treatment

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The Impact Of Carbon Footprinting In Romania

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Mājsaimniecību Ietekme uz Klimatu Latvijā: Oglekļa Pēdas Rādītājs

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Environmental Life-Cycle Assessment of Arable Crop Production Technologies Compared to Different Harvesting Work Systems in Short Rotation Energy Plantations

zakálosné MÁTYÁS, K. – HORVÁTH, A. L. – RUMPF, J. – V ágvölgyi , A. (2018): Carbon Footprint of Different Harvesting Work Systems in Short Rotation Energy Plantations. Acta Silv. Lign. Hung., Vol. 14, Nr. 2 (2018) 113–126. https://doi.org/10.2478/aslh-2018-0008 R édey , Á. ( ed .) (2011): Környezetmenedzsment és a környezetjog [Environmental Management and Law]. In Domokos E. (2011): Környezetmérnöki Tudástár [Environmental Engineering Knowledge Library], XX [20]. URL: http://mkweb.uni-pannon.hu/tudastar/ R odrigues , M. – D omingos , T. – T eixeira , R

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The Economic Valuation of Carbon Footprint

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Development of indicators for the sustainability of the sugar industry

.S., Aguilar-Rivera N., Armendáriz C. 2016. Carbon footprint of sugar production in Mexico. Journal of Cleaner Production , 112: 2632–2641. Gasparatos A., Scolobig A. 2012. Choosing the most appropriate sustainability assessment tool. Ecological Economics , 80: 1–7. Gnansounou E., Alves C.M., Pachón E.R., Vaskan P. 2017. Comparative assessment of selected sugarcane biorefinery-centered systems in Brazil: A multi-criteria method based on sustainability indicators. Bioresource technology , 243: 600–610. Goldemberg J. Teixeira C.S., Guardabassi P. 2008. The

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Life Cycle Assessment in Management of Socially Responsible Enterprise

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The following paper presents dangerous and evident phenomenon of communicational chaos in the field of environment protection and sustainable development in a turbulent external environment. It is pointed that this phenomenon gives organizations an opportunity to take pretended pro-environmental actions, such as socially critical greenwashing. As a counterbalance to those practices, a concept of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is presented, underlining the possibility of developing honest environmental marketing basing on methods such as Life Cycle Assessment.

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