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Ilona Żeber–Dzikowska, Jarosław Chmielewski and Stanisław Lachowski

. Ecological awareness of students from the post primary system of education in Poland, St. Petersburg, Russia: 199-205. WÓJTOWICZ B., ŻEBER-DZIKOWSKA I. 2011. The Eco-Education of the Youth in Gymnasiums and High Schools in Poland. In: Geology Geoecology and Evolutionary Geography ed. Nesterow E. M. Wyd. Orgkomitet MS GGEG RGPU im. A.I. Gercen, Sankt-Petresburg, Russia 11: 317-323.

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Why Do We Do What We Do?

Motivation in History and the Social Sciences

Ramsay MacMullen

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Juraj Muránsky and Miroslav Badida

References Y Abele, E. at al: Environmentally - Friendly Product Development. Springer - Verlag, London, Berlin, Heidelberg, 2005, 319 p. Eco-Design Discovery Kit. ADEME, Anger, 2001, 80 p. Available from: http://editorial.autos.msn.com/article.aspx?cp-documentid=57882 Muránsky, J.: Príručka ekodizajnu pre strojárov. SD(VLK), Košice, 2006, 200 str., ISBN 80-8073-532-8 Muránsky, J.: Environmentálna kompatibilita strojárskych

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Danka Moravčíková and Tímea Fürjészová

. & Veteto, J., eds., Environmental Anthropology Engaging Ecotopia (pp. 217-235). Oxford; New York: Berghahn Books. [7] Dessein, J., Soini, K., Fairclough, G. & Horlings, L. (2015). Culture in, for and as Sustainable Development. Jyväskylä: Jyväskylä University Press. [8] Fotopoulos, T. (2000). The Limitations of Life-style Strategies: The Ecovillage ‘Movement’ is NOT the Way Towards a New Democratic Society. Democracy & Nature 6(2), 287-308. DOI: 10.1080/10855660050085083. [9] Gilman, R. (2015). The Eco-village Challenge. In

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Juraj Muránsky and Miroslav Badida

References Abele E, at al, Environmentally - Friendly Product Development, Springer - Verlag, London, Berlin, Heidelberg, 2005, 319 p. Eco - Design Discovery Kit, ADEME, Anger, 2001, 80 p. EU Environmental related indicators 2007, European Commission, KH-76-06-543-END http://ec.europa.eu/public_opinion/index Goedkop M., Effting S., Collignon M., The Eco-Indicator 99, Manual for Designers - 2nd Ed. Amersfoort, 2000, 30 p. Muránsky

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Dan Balanescu and Catalin Fetecau

References Baurdillard, J., (2008). Simulacre și simulare (pp. 9). Cluj: Ideea Design & Print. Dawkins, R., (2006). Gena egoista (pp. 20). Bucuresti, Editura tehnica. Eco, U., (1986). Semiotics and the Philosophy of Language, First Midland Book edition 1986. Retrived May 9, 2017, from http://books.google.ro

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Svetlana Sokolov Mladenović and Sreten Ćuzović

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Trade, especially retail, plays an important role in linking producers, consumers, as well as employees and the social community at large. In developed market economies, the trade takes the leading position in marketing channels. In that regard, the trade has a good insight into the changes that occur in the production processes, consumer needs, and demands of the society. Given these changes, trade is heading in the direction of creating a competitive advantage in accordance with the principles of sustainable development, which opens up possibilities for application of this concept in trade. The aim of this paper is to explore the possibilities of implementing the concept of sustainable development in trade and trade management. The starting hypothesis of the work is that the trading companies operate in accordance with the principles of sustainable development. The testing of the hypothesis will be carried out from three angles. The research will start with an analysis of the concept of sustainable development. Second, the subject of a separate analysis in this paper will be the content of the concept of sustainable development in trade and retail, as well as the elements affecting the operational viability of trading companies. In that regard, the subject of the analysis will be the top ten trading companies from the list of 250 largest trading companies in the world and their content of the concept of sustainable development. Bearing in mind the results of the research on the concept of sustainable development in these companies, it can be expected that the trade will base its business philosophy on eco-marketing, with parallel acceptance of eco-management. This means that the companies capable of offering products that do not pollute the environment and that are labeled “eco”, “bio”, or “natural” will ensure their survival in the market. Third, the subject of the research will be the instruments that the trading companies use to achieve the objectives of sustainable business. All these aspects of the research are designed in a way to realize the defined goal and test the initial hypothesis in the paper.

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Valentina Rădulescu

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Jerzy Kosiewicz

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Timothy D. Knepper

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