. .
Deutsch
Deutschland
Ähnliche Bücher
Weitere, andere Bücher, die diesem Buch sehr ähnlich sein könnten:
Suchtools
Anmelden

Anmelden mit Facebook:

Registrieren
Passwort vergessen?


Such-Historie
Merkliste
Links zu eurobuch.com

Dieses Buch teilen auf…
Buchtipps
Aktuelles
Tipp von eurobuch.com
FILTER
- 0 Ergebnisse
Kleinster Preis: 44,97 €, größter Preis: 79,00 €, Mittelwert: 65,64 €
The rise of a container region; sectoral transformation and environmental conflicts in northwest Germany; a case of multi-level policy making. - Osthorst, Winfried.
Vergriffenes Buch, derzeit bei uns nicht verfügbar.
(*)
Osthorst, Winfried.:

The rise of a container region; sectoral transformation and environmental conflicts in northwest Germany; a case of multi-level policy making. - Taschenbuch

2010, ISBN: 9783832954161

Gebundene Ausgabe, ID: 550946565

Daya Publishing House, 2005. Hardcover. New. Soil solarization is gradually becoming a recognized control strategy for soilborne pathogens and weeds. Studies, particularly in hot climates, have demonstrated the effectiveness of this method for protection of many vegetables, field crops, fruit-trees, ornamental plants and nursery transplants. Soil solarization causes chemical, physical and biological changes in the soil and thus provides effective management of soilborne pests, improves plant growth and development and often results in substantial yield increases. Successful field-scale application of pre-planting soil solarization, both in protected agriculture and in open fields, is under way in many parts of the world, substituting for chemical control or contributing to integrated pest management (IPM) programmes. In addition, post-planting solarization has been employed in established fruit-tree orchards and perennial crops.;;Contents;Chapter 1: Soil Solarization: Past, Present, and Future by James E De Vay and James J Stapleton; Chapter 2: Soil Fumigation for Nematode Control: Present and Future Constraints by F Lamberti and J W Noling; Chapter 3: Pre-And Post-Plant Soil Solarization by Walid Abu-Gharbich; Chapter 4: Evaluation of Short Periods of Treatment by Solar Chamber for Controlling Verticillium Wilt of Olive Trees by M a Al-Ahmad and A Duksi; Chapter 5: Assessment of Soil Solarization Efficacy through Monitoring of Verticillium Dahliae Population in the Soil by E J Paplomatas and A J Termorshuizen; Chapter 6: Comparison of Solarization Techniques to Disinfest soil for containerized Nursery Production by J J Stapleton, L Ferguson and M V McKenry; Chapter 7: Studies on Vegetable Transplants Using Seed-Bed Solarization: Improving of Cabbage and Lettuce Transplant Characters by M M F Abdaiiah, S A El-Hadad and M M Satour; Chapter 8: Modes of Action of Solarization and Biofumigation by James J Stapleton; Chapter 9: Longevity of Soil Solarization and Effects of Sublethal Heating by E C Tjamos, Polymnia P Antoniou and Deborah Fravel; Chapter 10: Thermal Effects of Coextruded Black Plastic Mulches in Greenhouse Soil Solarization by C Arcidiacono, G Cascone, C R Fichera and D Gutkowski; Chapter 11: Long-Term Effect of Soil Solarization on Density Levels of Fusarium Solani in Established Fruit Tree Orchards by Hifzi A Abu-Blan, W Abu-Gharbieh and F Shatat; Chapter 12: Effect of Soil Solarization and Methyl Bromide Fumigation on Fusarium Wilt of Muskmelon in the Jordan Valley by Zakaria A Musallam and Waleed Abu-Gharbieh; Chapter 13: Soil Solarization: A Management Practice for Corn Stalk Rot by Yasmin Ahmad, A Hameed and M Aslam; Chapter 14: Effect of Soil Solarization on Soil-Borne Pathogens in Lebanon by H Sobh and Y Abou-Jawdah; Chapter 15: Studies on Vegetable Transplants Using Seed-Bed Solarization: B) Improvement of Onion Transplant Characters and Smut Disease Control by M S Abd El-Megid, A S Ibrahim, S A Khalid and M M Satour; Chapter 16: Effect of Soil Solarization on Controlling Clavibacter Michinganensis Subsp Michiganensis, The Bacterial Canker of Tomatoes in Plastic House in Greece by Polymnia P Antoniou, E C Tjamos and C G Panagopoulos; Chapter 17: The Effect of Soil Solarization on Bacterial Canker of Tomato in the Mediterranean Region of Turkey by S Tokgonul, O Cynar and K Rudolph; Chapter 18: Effect of Soil Solarization on the Survival of Bacterial Speck on Tomato Plant Debris in Soil by Y Aysan, O Cinar and K Rudolph; Chapter 19: Soil Solarization: An Alternative Technique for Weed Management in Hot Climates by A R Saghir; Chapter 20: Effects of Soil Solarization on Weed Infestation and Mycorrhiza Management by J P Caussanel, A Trouvelot, J Vivant and S Gianinazzi; Chapter 21: Comparative Solarization Effects on Seed Germination of Cuscuta and Orobanche Species by B E Abu-Irmaileh and S Thahabi; Chapter 22: Effect of Soil Solari Printed Pages: 670., Daya Publishing House, 2005, Daya Publishing House, 2005. Hardcover. New. Soil solarization is gradually becoming a recognized control strategy for soilborne pathogens and weeds. Studies, particularly in hot climates, have demonstrated the effectiveness of this method for protection of many vegetables, field crops, fruit-trees, ornamental plants and nursery transplants. Soil solarization causes chemical, physical and biological changes in the soil and thus provides effective management of soilborne pests, improves plant growth and development and often results in substantial yield increases. Successful field-scale application of pre-planting soil solarization, both in protected agriculture and in open fields, is under way in many parts of the world, substituting for chemical control or contributing to integrated pest management (IPM) programmes. In addition, post-planting solarization has been employed in established fruit-tree orchards and perennial crops.;;Contents;Chapter 1: Soil Solarization: Past, Present, and Future by James E De Vay and James J Stapleton; Chapter 2: Soil Fumigation for Nematode Control: Present and Future Constraints by F Lamberti and J W Noling; Chapter 3: Pre-And Post-Plant Soil Solarization by Walid Abu-Gharbich; Chapter 4: Evaluation of Short Periods of Treatment by Solar Chamber for Controlling Verticillium Wilt of Olive Trees by M a Al-Ahmad and A Duksi; Chapter 5: Assessment of Soil Solarization Efficacy through Monitoring of Verticillium Dahliae Population in the Soil by E J Paplomatas and A J Termorshuizen; Chapter 6: Comparison of Solarization Techniques to Disinfest soil for containerized Nursery Production by J J Stapleton, L Ferguson and M V McKenry; Chapter 7: Studies on Vegetable Transplants Using Seed-Bed Solarization: Improving of Cabbage and Lettuce Transplant Characters by M M F Abdaiiah, S A El-Hadad and M M Satour; Chapter 8: Modes of Action of Solarization and Biofumigation by James J Stapleton; Chapter 9: Longevity of Soil Solarization and Effects of Sublethal Heating by E C Tjamos, Polymnia P Antoniou and Deborah Fravel; Chapter 10: Thermal Effects of Coextruded Black Plastic Mulches in Greenhouse Soil Solarization by C Arcidiacono, G Cascone, C R Fichera and D Gutkowski; Chapter 11: Long-Term Effect of Soil Solarization on Density Levels of Fusarium Solani in Established Fruit Tree Orchards by Hifzi A Abu-Blan, W Abu-Gharbieh and F Shatat; Chapter 12: Effect of Soil Solarization and Methyl Bromide Fumigation on Fusarium Wilt of Muskmelon in the Jordan Valley by Zakaria A Musallam and Waleed Abu-Gharbieh; Chapter 13: Soil Solarization: A Management Practice for Corn Stalk Rot by Yasmin Ahmad, A Hameed and M Aslam; Chapter 14: Effect of Soil Solarization on Soil-Borne Pathogens in Lebanon by H Sobh and Y Abou-Jawdah; Chapter 15: Studies on Vegetable Transplants Using Seed-Bed Solarization: B) Improvement of Onion Transplant Characters and Smut Disease Control by M S Abd El-Megid, A S Ibrahim, S A Khalid and M M Satour; Chapter 16: Effect of Soil Solarization on Controlling Clavibacter Michinganensis Subsp Michiganensis, The Bacterial Canker of Tomatoes in Plastic House in Greece by Polymnia P Antoniou, E C Tjamos and C G Panagopoulos; Chapter 17: The Effect of Soil Solarization on Bacterial Canker of Tomato in the Mediterranean Region of Turkey by S Tokgonul, O Cynar and K Rudolph; Chapter 18: Effect of Soil Solarization on the Survival of Bacterial Speck on Tomato Plant Debris in Soil by Y Aysan, O Cinar and K Rudolph; Chapter 19: Soil Solarization: An Alternative Technique for Weed Management in Hot Climates by A R Saghir; Chapter 20: Effects of Soil Solarization on Weed Infestation and Mycorrhiza Management by J P Caussanel, A Trouvelot, J Vivant and S Gianinazzi; Chapter 21: Comparative Solarization Effects on Seed Germination of Cuscuta and Orobanche Species by B E Abu-Irmaileh and S Thahabi; Chapter 22: Effect of Soil Solari Printed Pages: 670., Daya Publishing House, 2005, Nomos, 2010. Paperback. New Book. Paperback. The huge increase in the use of containers--standardized 10-20 ton metal boxes--has altered the nature of actors in manufacturing, shipping, and retailing realms and the relationships between them. The change is qualitative, says Osthorst (political management, U. of Applied Sciences, Bremen, Germany), and significant enough that he feels comfortable characterizing it as a revolution. He takes that change as it is playing out in the German ports of Bremen and Hamburg as the context within which to investigate how actors from the local to the European Union level interact to seek a balance between regional development and environmental protection. His topics are regional development and the environment in the context of multi-level regulation; Europeanization, governance, and the environment under conditions of globalization; governance and the environment from a regional perspective; an actor-oriented synthesis; the containerization of the global transport chain; restructuring the Germany bay; and actors, institutions, and discourses determining the German container port region and its environment. He has not indexed his study. Distributed in the US by ISBS. (2010 Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR), Nomos, 2010

gebrauchtes bzw. antiquarisches Buch Biblio.com
BookVistas, A - Z Books, Gulls Nest Books
Versandkosten: EUR 18.17
Details...
(*) Derzeit vergriffen bedeutet, dass dieser Titel momentan auf keiner der angeschlossenen Plattform verfügbar ist.
The rise of a container region; sectoral transformation and environmental conflicts in northwest Germany; a case of multi-level policy making. - Osthorst, Winfried.
Vergriffenes Buch, derzeit bei uns nicht verfügbar.
(*)

Osthorst, Winfried.:

The rise of a container region; sectoral transformation and environmental conflicts in northwest Germany; a case of multi-level policy making. - Taschenbuch

2010, ISBN: 9783832954161

Gebundene Ausgabe, ID: 844272093

Daya Publishing House, 2005. Hardcover. New. Soil solarization is gradually becoming a recognized control strategy for soilborne pathogens and weeds. Studies, particularly in hot climates, have demonstrated the effectiveness of this method for protection of many vegetables, field crops, fruit-trees, ornamental plants and nursery transplants. Soil solarization causes chemical, physical and biological changes in the soil and thus provides effective management of soilborne pests, improves plant growth and development and often results in substantial yield increases. Successful field-scale application of pre-planting soil solarization, both in protected agriculture and in open fields, is under way in many parts of the world, substituting for chemical control or contributing to integrated pest management (IPM) programmes. In addition, post-planting solarization has been employed in established fruit-tree orchards and perennial crops.;;Contents;Chapter 1: Soil Solarization: Past, Present, and Future by James E De Vay and James J Stapleton; Chapter 2: Soil Fumigation for Nematode Control: Present and Future Constraints by F Lamberti and J W Noling; Chapter 3: Pre-And Post-Plant Soil Solarization by Walid Abu-Gharbich; Chapter 4: Evaluation of Short Periods of Treatment by Solar Chamber for Controlling Verticillium Wilt of Olive Trees by M a Al-Ahmad and A Duksi; Chapter 5: Assessment of Soil Solarization Efficacy through Monitoring of Verticillium Dahliae Population in the Soil by E J Paplomatas and A J Termorshuizen; Chapter 6: Comparison of Solarization Techniques to Disinfest soil for containerized Nursery Production by J J Stapleton, L Ferguson and M V McKenry; Chapter 7: Studies on Vegetable Transplants Using Seed-Bed Solarization: Improving of Cabbage and Lettuce Transplant Characters by M M F Abdaiiah, S A El-Hadad and M M Satour; Chapter 8: Modes of Action of Solarization and Biofumigation by James J Stapleton; Chapter 9: Longevity of Soil Solarization and Effects of Sublethal Heating by E C Tjamos, Polymnia P Antoniou and Deborah Fravel; Chapter 10: Thermal Effects of Coextruded Black Plastic Mulches in Greenhouse Soil Solarization by C Arcidiacono, G Cascone, C R Fichera and D Gutkowski; Chapter 11: Long-Term Effect of Soil Solarization on Density Levels of Fusarium Solani in Established Fruit Tree Orchards by Hifzi A Abu-Blan, W Abu-Gharbieh and F Shatat; Chapter 12: Effect of Soil Solarization and Methyl Bromide Fumigation on Fusarium Wilt of Muskmelon in the Jordan Valley by Zakaria A Musallam and Waleed Abu-Gharbieh; Chapter 13: Soil Solarization: A Management Practice for Corn Stalk Rot by Yasmin Ahmad, A Hameed and M Aslam; Chapter 14: Effect of Soil Solarization on Soil-Borne Pathogens in Lebanon by H Sobh and Y Abou-Jawdah; Chapter 15: Studies on Vegetable Transplants Using Seed-Bed Solarization: B) Improvement of Onion Transplant Characters and Smut Disease Control by M S Abd El-Megid, A S Ibrahim, S A Khalid and M M Satour; Chapter 16: Effect of Soil Solarization on Controlling Clavibacter Michinganensis Subsp Michiganensis, The Bacterial Canker of Tomatoes in Plastic House in Greece by Polymnia P Antoniou, E C Tjamos and C G Panagopoulos; Chapter 17: The Effect of Soil Solarization on Bacterial Canker of Tomato in the Mediterranean Region of Turkey by S Tokgonul, O Cynar and K Rudolph; Chapter 18: Effect of Soil Solarization on the Survival of Bacterial Speck on Tomato Plant Debris in Soil by Y Aysan, O Cinar and K Rudolph; Chapter 19: Soil Solarization: An Alternative Technique for Weed Management in Hot Climates by A R Saghir; Chapter 20: Effects of Soil Solarization on Weed Infestation and Mycorrhiza Management by J P Caussanel, A Trouvelot, J Vivant and S Gianinazzi; Chapter 21: Comparative Solarization Effects on Seed Germination of Cuscuta and Orobanche Species by B E Abu-Irmaileh and S Thahabi; Chapter 22: Effect of Soil Solari Printed Pages: 670., Daya Publishing House, 2005, Daya Publishing House, 2005. Hardcover. New. Soil solarization is gradually becoming a recognized control strategy for soilborne pathogens and weeds. Studies, particularly in hot climates, have demonstrated the effectiveness of this method for protection of many vegetables, field crops, fruit-trees, ornamental plants and nursery transplants. Soil solarization causes chemical, physical and biological changes in the soil and thus provides effective management of soilborne pests, improves plant growth and development and often results in substantial yield increases. Successful field-scale application of pre-planting soil solarization, both in protected agriculture and in open fields, is under way in many parts of the world, substituting for chemical control or contributing to integrated pest management (IPM) programmes. In addition, post-planting solarization has been employed in established fruit-tree orchards and perennial crops.;;Contents;Chapter 1: Soil Solarization: Past, Present, and Future by James E De Vay and James J Stapleton; Chapter 2: Soil Fumigation for Nematode Control: Present and Future Constraints by F Lamberti and J W Noling; Chapter 3: Pre-And Post-Plant Soil Solarization by Walid Abu-Gharbich; Chapter 4: Evaluation of Short Periods of Treatment by Solar Chamber for Controlling Verticillium Wilt of Olive Trees by M a Al-Ahmad and A Duksi; Chapter 5: Assessment of Soil Solarization Efficacy through Monitoring of Verticillium Dahliae Population in the Soil by E J Paplomatas and A J Termorshuizen; Chapter 6: Comparison of Solarization Techniques to Disinfest soil for containerized Nursery Production by J J Stapleton, L Ferguson and M V McKenry; Chapter 7: Studies on Vegetable Transplants Using Seed-Bed Solarization: Improving of Cabbage and Lettuce Transplant Characters by M M F Abdaiiah, S A El-Hadad and M M Satour; Chapter 8: Modes of Action of Solarization and Biofumigation by James J Stapleton; Chapter 9: Longevity of Soil Solarization and Effects of Sublethal Heating by E C Tjamos, Polymnia P Antoniou and Deborah Fravel; Chapter 10: Thermal Effects of Coextruded Black Plastic Mulches in Greenhouse Soil Solarization by C Arcidiacono, G Cascone, C R Fichera and D Gutkowski; Chapter 11: Long-Term Effect of Soil Solarization on Density Levels of Fusarium Solani in Established Fruit Tree Orchards by Hifzi A Abu-Blan, W Abu-Gharbieh and F Shatat; Chapter 12: Effect of Soil Solarization and Methyl Bromide Fumigation on Fusarium Wilt of Muskmelon in the Jordan Valley by Zakaria A Musallam and Waleed Abu-Gharbieh; Chapter 13: Soil Solarization: A Management Practice for Corn Stalk Rot by Yasmin Ahmad, A Hameed and M Aslam; Chapter 14: Effect of Soil Solarization on Soil-Borne Pathogens in Lebanon by H Sobh and Y Abou-Jawdah; Chapter 15: Studies on Vegetable Transplants Using Seed-Bed Solarization: B) Improvement of Onion Transplant Characters and Smut Disease Control by M S Abd El-Megid, A S Ibrahim, S A Khalid and M M Satour; Chapter 16: Effect of Soil Solarization on Controlling Clavibacter Michinganensis Subsp Michiganensis, The Bacterial Canker of Tomatoes in Plastic House in Greece by Polymnia P Antoniou, E C Tjamos and C G Panagopoulos; Chapter 17: The Effect of Soil Solarization on Bacterial Canker of Tomato in the Mediterranean Region of Turkey by S Tokgonul, O Cynar and K Rudolph; Chapter 18: Effect of Soil Solarization on the Survival of Bacterial Speck on Tomato Plant Debris in Soil by Y Aysan, O Cinar and K Rudolph; Chapter 19: Soil Solarization: An Alternative Technique for Weed Management in Hot Climates by A R Saghir; Chapter 20: Effects of Soil Solarization on Weed Infestation and Mycorrhiza Management by J P Caussanel, A Trouvelot, J Vivant and S Gianinazzi; Chapter 21: Comparative Solarization Effects on Seed Germination of Cuscuta and Orobanche Species by B E Abu-Irmaileh and S Thahabi; Chapter 22: Effect of Soil Solari Printed Pages: 670., Daya Publishing House, 2005, Nomos, 2010. Paperback. New Book. Paperback. The huge increase in the use of containers--standardized 10-20 ton metal boxes--has altered the nature of actors in manufacturing, shipping, and retailing realms and the relationships between them. The change is qualitative, says Osthorst (political management, U. of Applied Sciences, Bremen, Germany), and significant enough that he feels comfortable characterizing it as a revolution. He takes that change as it is playing out in the German ports of Bremen and Hamburg as the context within which to investigate how actors from the local to the European Union level interact to seek a balance between regional development and environmental protection. His topics are regional development and the environment in the context of multi-level regulation; Europeanization, governance, and the environment under conditions of globalization; governance and the environment from a regional perspective; an actor-oriented synthesis; the containerization of the global transport chain; restructuring the Germany bay; and actors, institutions, and discourses determining the German container port region and its environment. He has not indexed his study. Distributed in the US by ISBS. (2010 Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR), Nomos, 2010

gebrauchtes bzw. antiquarisches Buch Biblio.com
A - Z Books, BookVistas, Gulls Nest Books
Versandkosten: EUR 18.68
Details...
(*) Derzeit vergriffen bedeutet, dass dieser Titel momentan auf keiner der angeschlossenen Plattform verfügbar ist.
The Rise of a Container Region: Sectoral Transformation and Environmental Conflicts in Northwest Germany
Vergriffenes Buch, derzeit bei uns nicht verfügbar.
(*)
The Rise of a Container Region: Sectoral Transformation and Environmental Conflicts in Northwest Germany - gebrauchtes Buch

ISBN: 9783832954161

ID: c5c0ddb90673068e92f95a99d66f817b

Das Buch geht am Beispiel der boomenden Containerhäfen Hamburg und Bremen der Frage nach, ob und wie Umweltqualität unter Bedingungen der Globalisierung geschützt werden kann.Um eine führende Position im europäischen Hafen- und Logistiksystem zu erringen, versuchen beide Regionen, sich an veränderte wirtschaftliche Bedingungen anzupassen und das Wachstum ihrer Infrastrukturen sicherzustellen. Das Buch legt den Schwerpunkt auf Konflikte mit Umweltakteuren. Untersucht werden politische Prozesse auf vers Das Buch geht am Beispiel der boomenden Containerhäfen Hamburg und Bremen der Frage nach, ob und wie Umweltqualität unter Bedingungen der Globalisierung geschützt werden kann.Um eine führende Position im europäischen Hafen- und Logistiksystem zu erringen, versuchen beide Regionen, sich an veränderte wirtschaftliche Bedingungen anzupassen und das Wachstum ihrer Infrastrukturen sicherzustellen. Das Buch legt den Schwerpunkt auf Konflikte mit Umweltakteuren. Untersucht werden politische Prozesse auf verschiedenen Ebenen und in verschiedenen Arenen, die die Beziehungen zwischen Hafenpolitik und Umweltpolitik bestimmen. Hieraus werden Aussagen über die Wirkung europäischer, nationaler und regionaler Umweltregularien und über ihr Zusammenwirken im EU-Mehrebenensystem abgeleitet. Die Studie belegt, dass die Kapazität der bestehenden Institutionen zur Bewahrung wichtiger Umweltgüter den Herausforderungen einer wirtschaftlichen wie ökologischen Transformation nicht gewachsen ist.Der Autor, Professor für Politikmanagement an der Hochschule Bremen, verbindet in dieser Arbeit Fragen zur Regionalentwicklung mit der Umweltpolitikforschung und der Debatte um Multi-Level-Governance.

gebrauchtes bzw. antiquarisches Buch Medimops.de
Nr. M03832954163 Versandkosten:, 3, DE. (EUR 0.00)
Details...
(*) Derzeit vergriffen bedeutet, dass dieser Titel momentan auf keiner der angeschlossenen Plattform verfügbar ist.
The Rise of a Container Region - Winfried Osthorst
Vergriffenes Buch, derzeit bei uns nicht verfügbar.
(*)
Winfried Osthorst:
The Rise of a Container Region - Taschenbuch

ISBN: 9783832954161

[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: Nomos Verlagsges.MBH + Co], Neuware - Das Buch geht am Beispiel der boomenden Containerhäfen Hamburg und Bremen der Frage nach, ob und wie Umweltqualität unter Bedingungen der Globalisierung geschützt werden kann. Um eine führende Position im europäischen Hafen- und Logistiksystem zu erringen, versuchen beide Regionen, sich an veränderte wirtschaftliche Bedingungen anzupassen und das Wachstum ihrer Infrastrukturen sicherzustellen. Das Buch legt den Schwerpunkt auf Konflikte mit Umweltakteuren. Untersucht werden politische Prozesse auf verschiedenen Ebenen und in verschiedenen Arenen, die die Beziehungen zwischen Hafenpolitik und Umweltpolitik bestimmen. Hieraus werden Aussagen über die Wirkung europäischer, nationaler und regionaler Umweltregularien und über ihr Zusammenwirken im EU-Mehrebenensystem abgeleitet. Die Studie belegt, dass die Kapazität der bestehenden Institutionen zur Bewahrung wichtiger Umweltgüter den Herausforderungen einer wirtschaftlichen wie ökologischen Transformation nicht gewachsen ist. Der Autor, Professor für Politikmanagement an der Hochschule Bremen, verbindet in dieser Arbeit Fragen zur Regionalentwicklung mit der Umweltpolitikforschung und der Debatte um Multi-Level-Governance., Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, 228x153x28 mm, [GW: 626g]

Neues Buch Booklooker.de
Carl Hübscher GmbH
Versandkosten:zzgl. Versandkosten
Details...
(*) Derzeit vergriffen bedeutet, dass dieser Titel momentan auf keiner der angeschlossenen Plattform verfügbar ist.
The Rise of a Container Region - Winfried Osthorst
Vergriffenes Buch, derzeit bei uns nicht verfügbar.
(*)
Winfried Osthorst:
The Rise of a Container Region - gebunden oder broschiert

ISBN: 3832954163

ID: 9783832954161

Das Buch geht am Beispiel der boomenden Containerhäfen Hamburg und Bremen der Frage nach, ob und wie Umweltqualität unter Bedingungen der Globalisierung geschützt werden kann. Um eine führende Position im europäischen Hafen- und Logistiksystem zu erringen, versuchen beide Regionen, sich an veränderte wirtschaftliche Bedingungen anzupassen und das Wachstum ihrer Infrastrukturen sicherzustellen. Das Buch legt den Schwerpunkt auf Konflikte mit Umweltakteuren. Untersucht werden politische Prozesse auf verschiedenen Ebenen und in verschiedenen Arenen, die die Beziehungen zwischen Hafenpolitik und Umweltpolitik bestimmen. Hieraus werden Aussagen über die Wirkung europäischer, nationaler und regionaler Umweltregularien und über ihr Zusammenwirken im EU-Mehrebenensystem abgeleitet. Die Studie belegt, dass die Kapazität der bestehenden Institutionen zur Bewahrung wichtiger Umweltgüter den Herausforderungen einer wirtschaftlichen wie ökologischen Transformation nicht gewachsen ist. Der Autor, Professor für Politikmanagement an der Hochschule Bremen, verbindet in dieser Arbeit Fragen zur Regionalentwicklung mit der Umweltpolitikforschung und der Debatte um Multi-Level-Governance. HC/Politikwissenschaft/Sonstiges[PU:Nomos Verlagsges.MBH + Co]

Neues Buch Bides.de
Bides
Sofort lieferbar Versandkosten:Versandkostenfrei innerhalb der BRD (EUR 0.00)
Details...
(*) Derzeit vergriffen bedeutet, dass dieser Titel momentan auf keiner der angeschlossenen Plattform verfügbar ist.

< zum Suchergebnis...
Details zum Buch
The Rise of a Container Region
Autor:

Osthorst, Winfried

Titel:

The Rise of a Container Region

ISBN-Nummer:

3832954163

Das Buch geht am Beispiel der boomenden Containerhäfen Hamburg und Bremen der Frage nach, ob und wie Umweltqualität unter Bedingungen der Globalisierung geschützt werden kann. Um eine führende Position im europäischen Hafen- und Logistiksystem zu erringen, versuchen beide Regionen, sich an veränderte wirtschaftliche Bedingungen anzupassen und das Wachstum ihrer Infrastrukturen sicherzustellen. Das Buch legt den Schwerpunkt auf Konflikte mit Umweltakteuren. Untersucht werden politische Prozesse auf verschiedenen Ebenen und in verschiedenen Arenen, die die Beziehungen zwischen Hafenpolitik und Umweltpolitik bestimmen. Hieraus werden Aussagen über die Wirkung europäischer, nationaler und regionaler Umweltregularien und über ihr Zusammenwirken im EU-Mehrebenensystem abgeleitet. Die Studie belegt, dass die Kapazität der bestehenden Institutionen zur Bewahrung wichtiger Umweltgüter den Herausforderungen einer wirtschaftlichen wie ökologischen Transformation nicht gewachsen ist. Der Autor, Professor für Politikmanagement an der Hochschule Bremen, verbindet in dieser Arbeit Fragen zur Regionalentwicklung mit der Umweltpolitikforschung und der Debatte um Multi-Level-Governance.

Detailangaben zum Buch - The Rise of a Container Region


EAN (ISBN-13): 9783832954161
ISBN (ISBN-10): 3832954163
Gebundene Ausgabe
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2010
Herausgeber: Nomos Verlagsges.MBH + Co
416 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,626 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

Buch in der Datenbank seit 10.08.2010 23:40:00
Buch zuletzt gefunden am 11.08.2016 16:50:04
ISBN/EAN: 3832954163

ISBN - alternative Schreibweisen:
3-8329-5416-3, 978-3-8329-5416-1

< zum Suchergebnis...
< zum Archiv...
Benachbarte Bücher