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Strategies for Sustainability June 4-5, 2008 Presenter: Mike Smith Social Entrepreneurs Inc. www.socialent.com.

Systems Services Governance Human Resources Finance Management & Operations Physical Plant Many types of internal infrastructure are needed…. Continuum of Organizational Development Existence Execution Effectiveness Does the organization have the attribute? Does the organization do it or use it? Does it work? Sustaining Staffing Levels Fiscal strategies discussed earlier – on both the cost and revenue side – can help Fiscal strategies discussed earlier – on/


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UN discussions on implementation of Agenda 21. 1997 UN conference on climate change, Kyoto. 2002 World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg 2005 UN Decade of Education for Sustainable Development (DESD) HISTORY OF SUSTAINABILITY 7/53 DIMENSIONS OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT 8/53 DIMENSIONS OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT 9/53 PRINCIPLES OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT Maintain and, if possible, enhance, its residents’ quality of life. Enhance local economic vitality. Promote social and intergenerational/


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Stockholm) 1973United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) 1983World Commission on Environment and Development (WCED) 1987Brundtland Report 1988Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) 1992UN Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio ‘Earth Summit’) 1997Kyoto Protocol – Kyoto (Japan) 2000UN Millennium Declaration - Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) 2002World Summit on Sustainable Development 2006Stern Review (UK) 2007Garnaut Climate Change Review (Australia) 2009Copenhagen Summit 2012Introduction/


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Copernicus Institute Sustainable Development and Innovation Management Outlook on Renewable Energy (and reducing GHG emissions). Woudschoten Conferentie.

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CASES – Cost Assessment for Sustainable Energy Systems.

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“Draft Agora Strategy for Sustainable Tourism Development in the Baltic Sea Region” Agora - Network Sustainable Tourism Development in the Baltic Sea Region.

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The Development of Sustainability Science: Is There a Role for the CIG? Edward L. Miles Co-Director, CSES Bloedel Professor of Marine Studies & Public.

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"Green New Deal - Sustainable Economic Prosperity for the Danube Region" Dr. Jávor Benedek Chair man Sustainable Development Committee of the Parliament.

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1 Sustainable Tourism Development: Is Achieving Balance an Impossible Dream? Dr. Steve Burr Director, Institute for Outdoor Recreation and Tourism College.

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Some New Perspectives in Sustainable Tourism Development

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