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. Beyond the ‘Green Economy’: System change, not climate change? In Development, 2012, no. 55, pp. 54–62. CARRARO, C. – MASSETTI, E. 2012. Beyond Copenhagen: a realistic climate policy in a fragmented world. In Climatic Change, 2012, no. 110, pp. 523–542. CARTERA, C. – CLEGGC, S. – WÅHLINE, N. 2011. When science meets strategic realpolitik: The case of the Copenhagen UN climate change summit. In Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 2011, no. 22, pp. 682–697. CARVALHO, A. 2010. Media(ted) discourses and climate change: a focus on political subjectivity and (dis

gas emission reductions by Member States from 2021 to 2030 contributing to climate action to meet commitments under the Paris Agreement and amending Regulation (EU) No 525/2013: Recently, vastly emerging regional carbon markets and tax systems have led to the emergence of diversified carbon price levels around the world, creating distortions that have a direct impact on the competitiveness of industry in countries with stricter climate policies. Additionally, in the regions


Regarding the aspects of climate policy, the building sector in Hungary is one of the best performing industries. This means that the GHGs (Greenhouse Gasses) the sector emits can be decreased more effectively and at less cost than in the case of other sectors. This is no surprise in the European Union, since there is a continual demand on behalf of society to develop old and outdated buildings, thus modern technological solutions also inherently result in operating efficacy. The ‘climate policy targeted’ development of the built environment based on EU funds is thus one of the most popular developments amongst European Union Member States. Therefore, the aim of the present study is to assess the climate policy effects of the presently preferred strategy approach(es) between 2020 and 2030.

Zmiany klimatu a ekosystemy leśne: aktualna polityka klimatyczna

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2030. Hungarian Agricultural Engineering No. 29 (2016) pp. 55-59. DOI: 10.17676/HAE.2016.29.55 [12] NDA. Nemzeti Energiastratégia 2030. Nemzeti Fejlesztési Minisztérium, Budapest, 2012b [13] Fogarassy Cs., Horvath B., Kovacs A. Cross-sector analysis of the Hungarian sectors covered by the Effort Sharing Decision - Climate policy perspectives for the Hungarian agriculture within the 2021-2030 EU programming period. APSTRACT - Applied Studies in Agribusiness and Commerce Volume 9 (2015), No 4. pp. 17-24. DOI: 10.19041/ APSTRACT/2015/4/2 [14] Kalkuhl M., Edenhofer O

and Wojtyszyn, B 2019. The new era of sustainable cities in Eastern Europe development problems , 2019. Proceedings of 6 th SWS International Scientific Conference on Social Sciences, Albena, Bułgaria Sofia, STEF92 Technology LTD, Vol. 6, 399-406. 17. Stefanowicz, U (ed.) 2018. Climate policy - facts and myths . Warsaw: Polish Ecological Club, Mazowiecki District, Heinrich Böll Foundation in Warsaw Publishers, 28 / . 18. Project page, 2020. Urban Adaptation Plans

, discounting, and the role of cost-benefit analysis in evaluation global climate policy. Elsevier, Energy Policy, Volume 23 (1995), Issues 4-5, pp. 379-389. DOI: 10.1016/0301-4215(95)90162-Z [12] Pigou, A.C. The Economics of Welfare, MacMillan, 1920 Part II., London [13] Gohar L.K., Shine K.P. Equivalent CO2 and its use in understanding the climate effects of increased greenhouse gas concentrations. Weather, Volumes 62 (2007), pp. 307-311. DOI: 10.1002/wea.103 [14] Bardford M. B., Salling K. B., Leleur S. Composite decision support by combining cost-benefit and multi

the heat. The politics of climate policy in affluent democracies. London, 202–222. Bailey I. Maresh S. 2008 Facing up to the greenhouse challenge? Australian climate politics Compston H. Bailey I. (Hrsg.) Turning down the heat. The politics of climate policy in affluent democracies London 202–222 BBSR – Bundesinstitut für Bau-, Stadt- und Raumforschung (2012): Raumordnungsbericht 2011. Hannover. BBSR – Bundesinstitut für Bau-, Stadt- und Raumforschung 2012 Raumordnungsbericht 2011 Hannover BDEW – Bundesverband der Energie- und Wasserwirtschaft e. V. (2014


The paper presents the results of studies concerning the availability and possibilities of the use of wood for energy purposes in Europe and in Poland. It describes in detail the current use of wood for energy production purposes, as well as predictions on volume, composition, and sources of energy wood. It also presents the results concerning potential impact of energy wood harvesting on wood industries. The paper concludes that the question of utilization of forest biomass for large-scale energy generation is very complex and has far-reaching consequences for environment, society and economy. So as to be effective, wood resources management should give a priority to wood-based production of the greatest added value, and energy generation should be a closing-down stage in the wood value chain