Programme

Environmental Accounting and Sustainable Development Indicators

25. - 27. 9. 2005, Prague, Czech Republic

25. 9. 2005

19:00-21:00 Welcoming Reception - Karolinum, Celetná 20, 116 36 Praha 1

26. 9. 2005

08:30-18:00 Charles University Environment Center, U Kříže 8, Prague 5
08:30-09:30 Registration
09:30-10:00 Opening Ceremony

Ministry of the Environment of the CR Libor AMBROZEK - Minister of the Environment

Czech Statistical Office Jan FISCHER - President of the Czech Statistical Office
10:00-11:30 Plenary Meeting

Charles University in Prague Bedřich MOLDAN - Senator, Director Charles University Environment Center Keynote speech: Indicators and sustainable development

OECD Christian AVÉROUS - Environmental Performance and Information Division Environment Directorate Keynote speech: Strengthening environmental information for sustainable development pdficon
11:30-12:00 Break
12:00-13:30 Working Groups I.- IV.
WG1 Czech Statistical Office Stanislav DRÁPAL Statistics and sustainable development pdficon

Eurostat Nancy OLSSON Environmental expenditure and the environmental industry in the EU pdficon

Federal Statistical Office of Germany Karl SCHOER Sustainable development strategy and environmental-economic accounting in Germany pdficon
WG2 Budapest University of Technology and Economics Márton HERCZEG Towards material flow accounts: Progress in Hungary pdficon

Czech Statistical Office Katarina MARKOŠOVÁ Environmental accounts compilation within the CZSO pdficon

Charles University in Prague Jan KOVANDA Development of economy-wide material flow indicators in the Czech Republic in 1990-2003 with the focus on sectoral decomposition of output flows pdficon
WG3 UNECE Jaromir CEKOTA Measurement of decoupling in transition economies: Some issues and preliminary findings pdficon

Jan Evangelista Purkyně University in Ústí nad Labem Josef SEJÁK Recording the depletion of natural capital in the national accounts and the rates of decoupling the economic growth from nature consumption pdficon

Charles University in Prague Jan MELICHAR, Miroslav HAVRÁNEK
WG4 Aalborg University Jette Egelund HOLGAARD, Tine Herreborg JØRGENSEN Paradigms, strategies and stages of environmental reporting pdficon

Masaryk University in Brno Jiří HŘEBÍČEK, Lukáš KOKRMENT Standardization of environmental reporting in the Czech Republic pdficon
13:30-15:00 Lunch
15:00-16:30 Working Groups I.- IV.
WG1 Jan Evangelista Purkyně University in Ústí nad Labem, Eurostat Iva RITSCHELOVÁ, Anton STEURER Environmental protection expenditure account for the CR pdficon

Czech Statistical Office Eva KRUMPOVÁ Data collection on environmental expenditures in the Czech Republic pdficon

Ministry of the Environment of the CR Miroslav HÁJEK Possible use of analyses of environmental expenditure of local budgets pdficon
WG2 Klagenfurt University Nina EISENMENGER, Helga WEISZ, Fridolin KRAUSMANN DMC as an indicator for sustainable use of resources and its different interpretations pdficon

Sustainable Europe Research Institute, Charles University in Prague, INETI-CENDES Arno BEHRENS, Stefan GILJUM, Jan KOVANDA, Samuel NIZA The material basis of the global economy: Implications for sustainable resource use policies in North and South pdficon

Sustainable Europe Research Institute Stefan GILJUM, Arno BEHRENS, Fridrich HINTERBERGER, Christian LUTZ, Ingo WOLTER Quantifying indirect natural resource requirements with a global input-output model pdficon
WG3 Vrije Universiteit Brussel Brent BLEYS The Index of Sustainable Economic Welfare (ISEW): Review and case-study for Belgium pdficon

Statistics New Zealand Kent HAMMOND

Charles University in Prague Milan ŠČASNÝ What is the contribution of mining sector to macro aggregates in the Czech Republic? pdficon
WG4 Czech Environment Management Center Jiří ŠTUDENT Evaluation of sustainable development evaluation at enterprise level pdficon

Technical University of Ostrava Josef FIALA, Jan MINISTR, Jiří HŘEBÍČEK Using of information and communication technologies for integrated enterprise reporting pdficon

University of Pardubice Ilona OBRŠÁLOVÁ, Marcela KOŽENÁ, Robert BAŤA, Simona BÖHMOVÁ, Bronislav PŘEVRÁTIL Contribution to environmental accounting in the Czech enterprises (CZ) pdficon
16:30-17:00 Break
17:00-18:00 Working Groups
WG1 Ministry of the Environment of the CR Erik GEUSS Selected aspects of the financing of environmental projects supported from public and EU financial sources pdficon

Economic Institute, Jan Evangelista Purkyně University in Ústí nad Labem Eva TOŠOVSKÁ, Iva RITSCHELOVÁ Development of eco-industry in the Czech Republic pdficon
WG2 Klagenfurt University Karlheinz ERB, Helmut HABERL, Matthias JONAS Integrated economic-ecological carbon accounting pdficon

Czech Hydrometeorological Institute Pavel FOTT, Dušan VÁCHA National greenhouse gas inventory pdficon
WG3 DEFRA, London Rocky HARRIS Methodology designed to allocate changes in environmental impacts to the appropriate sectors pdficon

Czech Hydrometeorological Institute Pavel MACHÁLEK Sectoral air emission development in the Czech Republic during 1990-2003
WG4 University Pardubice, Ministry of the Environment of the CR Jaroslava HYRŠLOVÁ, Miroslav HÁJEK Using EMA for evaluation of investment projects

Mendel University of Agriculture and Forestry in Brno Petra MÍSAŘOVÁ EMS a EMA in practise (CZ) pdficon

27. 9. 2005

09:00-15:45 Charles University Environment Center, U Kříže 8, Prague 5
09:00-10:30 Plenary Meeting

Eurostat Christian RAVETS - Environmental Accounts Environment and Sustainable Development Keynote speech: Environmental Accounting and Sustainable Development Indicators - Current situation and future development at Eurostat pdficon

European Commission Marialuisa TAMBORRA - Policy Aspects of Research and Sustainable Development, Research Directorate Keynote speech: Monitoring progress towards sustainable development: Current and future EU-funded research on sustainability indicators pdficon
10:30-11:00 Break
11:00-12:30 Working Groups I.- IV.
WG1 Charles University in Prague Milan ŠČASNÝ Accounting and indicators based on environmental related taxes and charges pdficon

High School Ghent Bart DEFLOOR, Kris BACHUS, Luc Van OOTEGEM Construction of indicators for environmental tax reform in Flanders, Belgium pdficon
WG2 Klagenfurt University Fridolin KRAUSMANN Linking land use and social metabolism: Concepts, indicators and empirical applications pdficon

Charles University in Prague Petra KUŠKOVÁ The long term industrial transformation study for the area of the Czechoslovak Republic

National Statistical Office of the Republic Slovenia Vida BUTINA, Danica BIZJAK Environmental accounts and related presents and future work at the Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia pdficon
WG3 Czech Statistical Office Slavoj CZESANÝ, Michaela SPEJCHALOVÁ Contexts of economical, environmental and social development

Charles University in Prague, Czech Hydrometeorological Institute Jan BRŮHA, Milan ŠČASNÝ, Pavel MACHÁLEK Decomposition analysis of air pollution reduction in the Czech Republic: Focused on driving forces of environmental pressure changes during the transition
WG4 Jan Evangelista Purkyně University in Ústí nad Labem, Institute of Computer Science Academy of Science CR Miroslav FARSKÝ, Martin NERUDA, Roman NERUDA Mass and energy flows in consequences of company environmental accounting pdficon

Budapest University of Technology and Economics András TORMA Tracing material flows on industrial sites: Advantages, possibilities and linkages - a case study of the largest exporter in Hungary, the AUDI HUNGARIA MOTOR Kft. pdficon
12:30-14:00 Lunch
14:00-15:00 Working Groups I.- IV.
WG1 University of Economics Jan PAVEL Efficiency of environmental charges from the administration costs view pdficon

Armenia Regional Development Programme Armen KESHISHYAN Environment monitoring in the framework of regional development
WG2 Charles University in Prague Miroslav HAVRÁNEK Energy flow analyses in the Czech Republic pdficon

Max Planck Institute for the History of Science (Berlin) and McGill University (Montreal) Rafael ZIEGLER Physical sustainability indicators, scientific observation and institutional design pdficon
WG3 Statistics New Zealand Peter MEADOWS Linking indicators between levels of government: Sustainable development indicators with a regional perspective

Toyohashi University of Technology, Gifu University Naohiro GOTO, Michio UBAURA, Junzo TACHIBANA, Chiho OYABU, Toshibaru SUGIHARA Relationship between life style and municipal waste discharge based on material accounting in household pdficon
WG4 Salford University Stefanos DODOURAS, Philip JAMES Participative and integrative techniques to improve multidisciplinary communication: A precursor to producing sustainability profile indicators

Mendel University of Agriculture and Forestry in Brno Jana SOUKOPOVÁ New approaches for evaluation of the public environmental projects
15:00-15:15 Break
15:15-16:00 Conclusions