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Publikācija: Building Industry as a Condition for Sustainability of Enviroment and Green Economics

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Nosaukums oriģinālvalodā Building Industry as a Condition for Sustainability of Enviroment and Green Economics
Pētniecības nozare 5. Sociālās zinātnes
Pētniecības apakšnozare 5.2. Ekonomika un uzņēmējdarbība
Autori Sandra Gusta
Valērijs Skribans
Atslēgas vārdi long-term environmental development, sustainable building, construction demand, system dynamics, market modeling, simulation, economic forecasting
Anotācija Long-term building ideas developed in other countries known as sustainable building are becoming more popular also in Latvia. That is stimulated with the help of many conditions: economic (necessity saving resources and energy), social (market - dictated by the consumers, high demands for the quality and accommodations), as well as activation of the environmental issues (taking responsibility for the diminishing of the climate changes and pollution). The paper describes International agreements on climate change reduction. Latvian national policy documents, main energy design and liveability criteria of the Model Home 2020 experiments, there are analyzed current economics situation’s in the building evaluation in Latvia. In this paper inspected sustainable building and management basic principles and analyzed technical criteria. Also characteristic building economic analyze is given. Paper gives recommendations for the improvement of the situation.
Atsauce Gusta, S., Skribans, V. Building Industry as a Condition for Sustainability of Enviroment and Green Economics. No: Proceedings of the Green Economics Institute 6th Annual Green Economics Conference, Lielbritānija, Oxford, 28.-30. jūlijs, 2011. Oxford: Green Economics Institute, 2011, 134.-149.lpp. ISBN 978-1-907543-04-3.
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