Program of the Conference 2007

Day 1 /23.05.2007, Wednesday/

Venue: Karolinum medieval palaces of Charles University /Address: Ovocný trh 3, Praha 1 - Staré Město/

18:00-20:00

Welcoming Reception

Day 2 /24.05.2007, Thursday/

Venue: Charles University Environment Center /Address: U Kříže 8 Praha 5/

08:30-09:30

Registration

09:30-10:00

Opening session room II

Rut BIZKOVA, Vice-Minister of Environment of the Czech Republic.

Stanislav DRAPAL, Vice-President of the Czech Statistical Office.

10:00-11:00

Plenary Session, Keynote Speeches session room II

Karl SCHOER, Head of Department Environmental-Economic Accounting, Federal Statistical Office Germany.

Marta NAGY-ROTHENGASS, Head of Unit DG INFSO, European Commission.

 

11:00-11:15

Coffee break

11:15-12:45

Session A1: Sustainability Indicators and Ecosystem and Landuse Accounting /moderator Tomas HAK/ session room I

Eric ZENCEY: Measuring the Incalculable: Democratic Freedom as a Function
of Ecological Sustainability.

Josef SEJAK: Challenges of the Renewed EU SD Strategy for the National Accounting.

David VACKAR: Measuring Land Appropriation of the Czech Foreign Trade.

Session B1: Environmental Accounting and Reporting at Micro Level /moderator Ralf ISENMANN/ session room II

Robert LANGFORD: Environmental and Other Sustainability Performance Indicators - Key Features of Recent UN, GRI and UK Proposals and
the Assurance Implications.

Jiri HREBICEK: Environmental Key Performance Indicators and Corporate Reporting.

Jaroslava HYRSLOVA et al.: Environmental Accounting Versus Sustainability Accounting.

Session C1: Accounting of Environmental Activities
/moderator Costantino CESARE/ session room III

Antoine NUNES et al.: Analysis of Environmental Funds in Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine.

Stephan MOLL et al.: NAMEA Activities at Eurostat - More than 10 Years
of Experiences.

Eva TOSOVSKA: Liberalization of Environmental Services - Methodological Approaches.

Session F1: Population Census 2010 as a Tool for Environmental Policy /moderator Stanislav DRAPAL/ session room IV

Karl SCHOER and Sarka BUYNY: Private Households and Environment - a New Sectoral Reporting Module of the German Environmental-Economic Accounting.

Jaroslav KRAUS: Modeling of the Population in the Light of Census (2001).

Jan BRUHA et al.: Tax Progressivity and Income Inequality Measurements: Gini and Suits Indexes for the Czech Republic.

12:45-14:15

Lunch

14:15-15:45

Session B2: Environmental Accounting and Reporting at Micro Level /moderator Ralf ISENMANN/ session room II

Ralf ISENMANN et al.: Online Reporting for Sustainability Issues.

Jorge MARX GOMEZ et al.: CEREBRAL - A Web-Based Sustainability Software.

Jana SOUKOPOVA: Multicriterial Valuation of Environmental Projects.

Session C2: Accounting of Environmental Activities
/moderator Costantino CESARE/ session room III

Ticiano COSTA JORDAO et al.: Environmental Management Accounting for Municipal Waste Reduction with the adoption of Cleaner Production Principles.

Suzanne SUMMERS: Comparing Financial Statement Reporting of Environmental Costs, Obligations, and Activities: A Review of Disclosures by Publicly-Traded Vehicle Manufacturers in Developed Nations.

Jirina BOKSOVA: Carbon Allowances - Various Approaches to Financial Reporting.

Session D1: Material, Energy and Carbon Accounting
/moderator Jan KOVANDA/ session room I

Maria de las NIEVES SUAREZ SANCHEZ: Materials Flows Indicators
as a Sustainability Measurement for the Coastal Tourist Places in the Mediterranean.

Marton HERCZEG: Tracing Chemical Flows in the Social Metabolism.
Could it be REACHed?

Fusun UYSAL et al.: Local Agenda 21 in Corlu, Turkey and its Role in Waste Management.

Session E1: Measurement of Decoupling, National Accounts' Adjustment, Damage Valuation /moderator Jan MELICHAR/
session room IV

Vojtech MACA et al.: Critical Factors in the Assessment of External Costs from Transport: How Reliable are the Estimations for Decision Makers?

Jan MELICHAR et al.: A Critical Review of Past Research Efforts on Energy Externality Estimates.

Miroslav HAVRANEK: External Costs Associated with Waste Management Practices in the Czech Republic.

 

15:45-16:00

Coffee break

16:00-17.30

Session A2: Sustainability Indicators and Ecosystem and Landuse Accounting /moderator Tomas HAK/ session room II

Zsuzsanna NAGY et al.: Objectives of Revitalization Planning According
to the Results of Fish Fauna Monitoring.

Lidiya HRYNIV: Problems of Accounting of Ecosystem Services.

Dewayany SUTRISNO: The Spatial Mangrove Ecosystem Accounting:
A Tool for Achieving the Sustainable Mangrove Ecosystem Activities.

16:00-17.30

Session D2: Material, Energy and Carbon Accounting
/moderator Jan KOVANDA/ session room I

Jan KOVANDA et al.: Accounting for Embodied Energy and Carbon Related
to Production System in the Czech Republic.

Martin NERUDA et al.: Energy Balance and Balance of Reserves of Fuels: Balance Sheet Structure, Problems with Renewable Sources,
Measurement and Interpretation („Decoupling").

Gulsun BEKTAS et al.: Energy and Exergy Analysis of a Sulfation Unit
of a Powder Detergent Plant.

Martha Elena VELASCO BECERRA: Waste Minimization as the Best Option to Preserve the Environment.

Session E2: Measurement of Decoupling, National Accounts' Adjustment, Damage Valuation /moderator Jan BRUHA/ session room IV

Stanislav SHMELEV: Multidimenisional Analysis of Macro Sustainability
of Austria: A Dynamic Approach.

Myriam NOURRY: Is France Sustainable? Some Empirical Evidence from Eight Sustainable Development Indicators.

Egor SIDOROV et al.: Environmentally Adjusted GDP for the Czech Republic: To Which Extent Assessment is Possible?

Session F2: Population Census 2010 as a Tool for Environmental Policy /moderator Stanislav DRAPAL/ session room III

Jan URBAN et al.: Willingness-to-Pay for Bio-Foods and its Determinants
in the Czech Republic.

Tiwari NARAYANI et al.: Women's Agency in Household Livelihood and Food Security in Rural Nepal: A Microprospective on Relationship Between Population and Environment.

Day 3 /25.05.2007, Friday/
Venue: Charles University Environment Center /Address: U Kříže 8, Praha 5/

 

08:30-09:30

Registration

09:30-10:30

Plenary Session, Keynote Speeches session room II

Bedrich MOLDAN, Senator, Director of the Charles University Environment Center.

Elisabeth MOLLGAARD, Environmental Accounts, Eurostat - Unit E3 - Environment statistics.

10:30-11:00

Coffee break

11:00-12:30

Session B3: Environmental Accounting and Reporting at Micro Level /moderator Ralf ISENMANN/ session room II

Marie BEDNARIKOVА et al.: Environmental Reporting in Selected Chemical Companies.

Marina YAMAMOTO et al.: Environmental Disclosure in the Mining Sector in Latin America and South Africa.

Xiaomei GUO et al.: Current Levels of Environmental Reporting in the Oil
and Gas Industry in China.

 

11:00-12:30

Session D3: Material, Energy and Carbon Accounting
/moderator Jan KOVANDA/ session room I

Anke SCHAFFARTZIK et al.: A Guide for Beginners on Material Flow Accounting - Methodological Harmonization and Political Implementation.

Vida BUTINA et al.: Material Flow Accounts - DMI and DMC Indicators
in Slovenia.

Eva KRUMPOVA: Economy-Wide Material Flow Accounts Compilation
in the Czech Statistical Office.

Session E3: Measurement of Decoupling, National Accounts' Adjustment, Damage Valuation /moderator Jan MELICHAR/
session room IV

Miroslav HAJEK: Importance of Socio-Economic Valuation of Forest Services to Sustainable Accounting.

Jan MELICHAR: Modeling Recreation Demand Functions Using a GIS Approach.

Marcela PROKOPOVA et al.: Effect of Different Scale and Mapping Pattern Size on Landscape Evaluation.

Hana SVEJDAROVA: The Amenity of Public Spaces Measured by the Means
of Hedonic Pricing Method.

 

12:30-14:00

Lunch

14:00-15:30

Session A3: Sustainability Indicators and Ecosystem and Landuse Accounting /moderator Tomas HAK/ session room II

Zsuzsanna NAGY et al.: Environmental Services of Upper Tisza Floodplain.

Alessandra la NOTTE et al.: Geo-Referenced Environmental Accounting for Multi-functionality. Valuation and Land Accounts: the Case of S. Erasmo Island in the Lagoon of Venice.

Eduardo DITT et al.: Translating Ecosystem-Services Science into Guidelines for Brazilian Decision Makers.

Yangang XING et al.: Integrating Sustainable Development Indicators (SDIs) for Sustainable Built Environment Assessment.

Session C3: Accounting of Environmental Activities
/moderator Costantino CESARE/ session room III

Jiri STUDENT: Consequences of the Liberalization of Environmental Services.

Roy MARTELANC et al.: Standardized Methodology for Economic-Social-Environmental Result Based Management.

Jan PAVEL et al.: Is the Czech System of Environmental Charges Effective?