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Roles of Actors in Promoting Sustainable Development

References European Comission, 2008. Changing the world… locally - 25 success stories of development cooperation at local level. s.l.:European Commission. 2013. IISD. International Institute for Sustainable Development. Business and Sustainable Development. [Online], available at: https://www.iisd.org/business/viewcasestudy.aspx?id=119 [Accessed 8 1 2016]. Berke P., Manta M., 1999. Planning for Sustainable Development: Measuring Progree in Plans. s.l.:Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. Berlie S. L., 2010

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Trends in Organic Farming Development in Bulgaria: Applying Circular Economy Principles to Sustainable Rural Development

References Annual report on state and development of agriculture in Bulgaria (Agrarian report). Ministry of agriculture and food, Sofia, 2016. Bulgarian food safety agenc y. http://www.babh.government.bg/en/ Circular Econom y for a new agriculture: an East European perspective. Brussels 27 June 2016. http://www.czelo.cz/files/Zapisy/27.06.16-prez_1.pdf Development of organic farming in Bulgaria . Ministry of agriculture and food of the Republic of Bulgaria, Sofia, 2014. Dimitrov

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A model of the analysis of the dynamics and structure of socio-economic development (an example of the set of the largest Polish cities in the years 1998–2015)

. The subject of the research is the set of the 24 largest Polish cities, whereas its objective is to describe the changes affecting this set in 1998–2015 in the selected categories of features (six features describing the selected categories of socio-economic development). The idea to adopt the set of the 24 largest Polish cities as the research subject may raise doubts. However, it should be emphasized that the largest cities, being as assumed, generators of development and civilizational cultural progress, at the same time severely experience numerous unfavourable

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New approaches to achieve sustainable regional development

References Bennett , R. J. 2000. Regional and local economic development policy: The role of administration and political entrepreneurs. In: Horváth, Gy. (ed.): Regions and Cities in the Global World. Pécs, Centre of Regional Studies, HAS. pp. 58-81. Blakely , E. J. - Bradshaw , T. K. 2002. Planning Local Economic Development. Theory and Practice. London : Sage Publications Ltd. Bucek, J. 2005. The Role of Local Government in Local Economic Development. Slovakia. In Spkova, S. (ed

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Evaluation of the Development pf Various Forms of Agriculture Cooperation in the Republic of Kazakhstan

References Actual Problems of Development of Cooperation and Integration in the Agricultural Complex of the Republic of Kazakhstan. Materials of scientific-practical conference “Strategy of Development of Agricultural Complex and Rural Development : Perspective Ideas and Competitive Technology“. In FGBNU VNIOPTUSH, 19-20 February, Moscow, Russia, 2015. Agriculture , Forestry and Fishing of Kazakhstan . Statistical Yearbook, 2011-2016, Agency on Statistics of the Republic of Kazakhstan. Akimbekova, G

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Tracking Sustainable Development in Politically Violent Zones: Need for Framework and Cognizance- Kashmir in Context

References Adshead Fiona, Thorpe Allison, Rutter Jill, 2006: Sustainable Development and Public Health: A National Perspective, The Royal Institute of Public Health “Alleged Perpetrators”: A Report Prepared by JKCCS Amin. Syed, Khan. A. W, 2009: Life in Conflict: Characteristics of Depression in Kashmir Bossel Hartmut, 1999: Indicators for Sustainable Development: Theory, Method, Applications, International Institute for Sustainable Development, Canada Bannon Ian, Collier Paul, 2003: Natural

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Tracking Sustainable Development in Politically Violent Zones: Need for Framework and Cognizance-Kashmir in Context

References Adshead Fiona, Thorpe Allison, Rutter Jill, 2006: Sustainable Development and Public Health: A National Perspective , The Royal Institute of Public Health “ Alleged Perpetrators ”: A Report Prepared by JKCCS Amin. Syed, Khan. A. W, 2009: Life in Conflict: Characteristics of Depression in Kashmir Bossel Hartmut, 1999: Indicators for Sustainable Development: Theory, Method, Applications , International Institute for Sustainable Development, Canada Bannon Ian, Collier Paul, 2003: Natural resources and violent conflict

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Differentiation of residential development in Poland’s provincial capitals

given period ( Koter 1974 ). The aforementioned conditioning factors make cities multi-element complex forms of settlement undergoing constant transformation. Long-lasting and varied settlement processes manifest themselves in their space. The factors indicated are also a reason for the differentiation of city size and shape, the types of development and the way that space is planned in urban areas ( Koter 1974 ). Cities may be analysed in a number of aspects with regard to the specificity of their appearance and functioning. Studies on the spatial structure of

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The Role of an Integrated Transport System in the Comprehensive, Polycentric Development of Gdańsk Bay Metropolitan Area

political and socio-economic specifics common to post-socialist countries ( Andrusz et al. 1996 ). This chapter focuses on the present and projected spatial phenomena of the Gdańsk conurbation resulting from the main polycentric and comprehensive development strategies. The aim of the paper is to discuss the role of the integrated transport system and mobility in the development of the Gdańsk Bay Metropolitan Area with special emphasis on how it influences the development of comprehensive, polycentric urban structures. It includes analyses of how the changes, which

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Urban development under EU cohesion policy – an example of major cities in Poland

Introduction Economic development, social cohesion and responsive governance are recognised in the academic and political debate as essential for survival in today’s world – and cities are seen as crucial to achieving these goals ( Buck et al. 2005 ). A growing body of research suggests that cities are complex, interrelated environments that foster the generation of new ideas. Cities are home to most jobs, companies and institutions of higher education, are home to change based on innovation, spirit of enterprise and economic growth. Cities are the driving

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