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Kliučininkas, Paulius (author)
The integrated, cross-border, cross-territorial and macro-regional planning paradigm is recalibrating the world and planning practice all around the globe. The Baltic Sea Region (BSR) has become one of the exemplary models of macro-regional practice in the European Union (EU) context. It is recognized as a flexible entity due to its activities,...
master thesis 2022
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Waldherr, Gabriela (author)
The Alps, also called the ‘water tower’ of Europe, are one of the biggest freshwater reserves of the continent, extending over seven countries. However, due to climate change, resulting in melting glaciers and more frequent dry periods, the availability of fresh water is seasonally changing and overall, decreasing in the future. This conflicts...
master thesis 2019
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Cyganski, Jan (author)
The European climate and energy goals towards 2050 ask for drastic systematic<br/>changes in the current European energy system to increase the share of<br/>renewable energies and to reduce carbon emissions – from 1990 to 2050 by 90%.<br/>The project Everything Remains Transformed intends to highlight how farreaching the transformative process...
master thesis 2018
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Gänzle, Stefan (author), Stead, D. (author), Sielker, Franziska (author), Chilla, Tobias (author)
Since 2009, the European Union has developed strategies for the Baltic Sea, Danube, Adriatic-Ionian and Alpine macro-regions. These macro-regional strategies represent a new tool of European Union governance that seeks to combine the community’s territorial cooperation and cohesion policy repertoire with intergovernmental ‘regional...
journal article 2018
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