Development, Environment and Foresight

The journal is publishing articles about the recent research achievements within the Environmental Studies, Development Studies and Foresight. The goal of this journal is to track the development tendency of these fields of expertise and make contributions in the development of the subject.

The journal is published by the Department of Development Studies, the first in Central and Eastern Europe to earn the highly prestigious EADI accreditation ((IAC/EADI Accreditation - The International Accreditation Council for Global Development Studies and Research) for the International Development Studies master’s programme (accreditation is valid from 2014 to 2019). 

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Vol 2, No 1 (2016): Develpment, Environment and Foresight

In the first issue of the second volume we have various papers from the „Searching for Sustainable Living – Different Approaches, Shared Vision" conference in Olomouc, Czech Republic.

Starting with the Editorial “Searching for Sustainable Living Different Approaches, Shared Vision” from I.S.A. Baud, the president of EADI (European Association of Development Research and Training Institutes). The editorial is followed by four Research Papers, titled "Knowledge management in urban governance; building adaptive capacity through ICT-GIS-based systems in the global South" from Baud et. al., "The History and Politics of Human Mobility" from Lucie Macková & Lubor Kysučan from the Palacký University Olomouc, "From Recipient to Donor Country - Experience from Central Europe" from Petr Pavlík, who works at the University of Economics Prague. The issue is closed with  paper from Philippe Destatte "A genuine ethic of responsibility that restores the trust in human beings". 

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Table of Contents

Editorial

Searching for Sustainable Living Different Approaches, Shared Vision PDF
Isa Baud 3-6

Research Papers

Knowledge management in urban governance; building adaptive capacity through ICT-GIS-based systems in the global South PDF
Isa Baud, Karin Pfeffer, John Sydenstricker-Neto, Eric DEnis, Dianne Scott, Luz Consuelo Muguruza Minaya 7-22
The History and Politics of Human Mobility PDF
Lucie Macková, Lubor Kysučan 23-34
From Recipient to Donor Country - Experience from Central Europe PDF
Petr Pavlík 35-47
A genuine ethic of responsibility that restores the trust in human beings PDF
Philippe Destatte 48-54


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