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Weitere Publikationen: Ina Meyer (25 Treffer)

in: Landnutzung und Klimawandel. Herausforderung Treibhausgasneutralität
Vortrag, Wien, 26.11.2019
Veranstalter: Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Kommission für interdisziplinäre ökologische Studien
Silvia Scherhaufer, Anna Happenhofer, Ina Meyer, Florian Part, Mark Sommer, Peter Beigl
in: Sardinia 2019 – 17th International Waste Management and Landfill Symposium. Proceedings
Buchbeiträge, S. Margherita di Pula, Cagliari, November 2019
The decarbonisation of the energy and mobility sector is in progress, making products such as photovoltaic and wind power plants but also electric vehicles relevant in terms of amounts installed or registered in Austria. These three product groups contain mass relevant components such as metals, glass or plastics but also valuable materials in low quantities which require adequate recycling in terms of resource efficiency and prevention of pollution with harmful substances. This conference paper presents a baseline assessment of main product types and their material composition used in Austria and the current status of recycling.
in: Ecosocial Forum Austria & Europe, Workshop: Bioeconomy – Motor for Sustainable Development in Rural Areas? Challenges, Preconditions and Policy Options
Vortrag, Vienna, 22.10.2019
Vortrag, Limassol, 25.-27.9.2019
Ina Meyer, Michiko Hama, Robert Jandl, Markus Leitner, Markus Keuschnig, Ivonne Anders, Oliver Fritz, Helene Berthold, Brigitte Ederer
in: ESEE 2019 – European Society for Ecological Economics Conference
Vortrag, Turku, 18.-21.6.2019
Veranstalter: European Society for Ecological Economics
Ina Meyer, Michiko Hama, Robert Jandl, Markus Leitner, Markus Keuschnig, Ivonne Anders, Oliver Fritz, Helene Berthold, Brigitte Eder
Regional Environmental Change, 2019, (4), S.1059-1971, https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs10113-018-1439-y
The aim of this case study was to conduct a participatory approach to socioeconomic scenario development in the city of Lienz (East Tyrol) and to suggest this process-oriented approach as an element of an integrated guiding and decision support tool for local resilience and risk management to policy makers, business leaders, and civil society. The paper takes a socio-economic perspective and describes the settings of the case study, the process, and approach taken for co-creating two distinct normative socio-economic scenario narratives for the city of Lienz: a desirable or resilient future and an undesirable or stagnant future. Results are presented as sector-specific scenario narratives. Matching the local scenario narratives with the global shared socioeconomic pathways, it derives that local peculiarities such as population decline due to outmigration trends or decentralised manufacturing industry and educational institutions were judged to be critical factors in securing local resilience for a prospering future.
in: Roland Pomberger, et al., Recy & DepoTech 2018: Recycling & Abfallverwertung, Abfallwirtschaft & Ressourcenmanagement, Deponietechnik & Altlasten, Internationale Abfallwirtschaft & Spezielle Recyclingthemen. Konferenzband zur 14. Recy & DepoTech-Konferenz
Buchbeiträge, Leoben, November 2018, S.77-84
Robert Jandl, Ina Meyer, Reinhard Mechler, Markus Leitner, Michiko Hama
in: Arthur Kanonier, Florian Rudolf-Miklau, Regionale Risiko Governance: Recht, Politik und Praxis
Buchbeiträge, Verlag Österreich, Oktober 2018, S.715-727
in: Stephanie Thiel, Elisabeth Thomé-Kozmiensky, Daniel Goldmann, Recycling und Rohstoffe
Recycling und Rohstoffe, 2018, (11), S.49-63, http://www.vivis.de/
International Journal of Sustainable Development, 2016, (3), S.217-245
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