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. Bartlemus, P. (2003): Dematerialization and capital maintenance: two sides of the sustainability coin. Ecological Economics , 46: 61–81. Bartlemus P. Dematerialization and capital

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1 Introduction On the level of rhetoric and everyday speech, sustainability is becoming an exceedingly fashionable word in political, social and economic discussions. However, in science there is a significant ongoing discourse on what

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– 788 . Berg , A. – Ostry , J. D. – Zettelmeyer , J. ( 2008 ): What Makes Growth Sustained ? IMF Working Paper , No. 59, Washington, D. C

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Urban form and sustainability in historic cities

A case study of two neighbourhoods in Erbil city, Iraq

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Authors: Rebaz Khoshnaw and Kornélia Kissfazekas

. 132 – 143 . Bramley–Power 2009 Bramley , G. – Power , S. : Urban Form and Social Sustainability. The Role of Density and Housing Type. Environment and Planning B

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1 Introduction On the level of rhetoric and everyday speech, sustainability is becoming an exceedingly fashionable word in political, social and economic discussions. However, in science there is a

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, U. ( 2018 ): Using dietary quality scores to assess sustainability of food products and human diets: A systematic review . Ecol. Indic. , 93 , 219 – 230 . H endrie , G.A. , B

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nyugdíjrendszer fenntarthatóságáról [On the sustainability of the Hungarian pension system] . Közgazdasági Szemle 62 ( 12 ): 1229 – 1257 . Banyár , J. ( 2017 ): Conflict or Fair Deal between the Generations? Alternative Economics for Pensions . Review of

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question about current account sustainability. Others pointed out the other role of foreign capital inflows in current account deficit of the European post-communist countries. The inflow of foreign loans boosted the consumption. Consequently, the increase

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We present a thermodynamic analysis of the sustainable use of resources in the province of Modena, focusing the attention on the district of Sassuolo. The methodology that is used is the emergy evaluation. The analysis shows that the Sassuolo district represents the peak of non-sustainability of the whole area, with a huge consumption of non-renewable primary resources, both imported and local. The role of the ceramic tile industry is relevant in the consumption of energy and materials. Different types of factories for ceramics production are compared, representing a good sample of different methods of production. Emergy analysis shows which of these has higher levels of sustainability with respect to the others.

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Authors: Bintul Zehra, Ali Salem, Souphavanh Senesavath, Saied Kashkash, and Zoltan Orban

worked on these issues and there are numerous ongoing researches to find a better solution for the sustainable design of concrete. Ground Granulated Blast Slag (GGBS) can be used as a cement and/or aggregate substituting material. The particle size of the

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