International Conference for the 75th Anniversary of DTI

Venue: Hotel Palatinus (7621 Pécs, 5 Király Street, Hungary)


19 April, 2018 (Thursday)

13:15-15:00 Parallel Sessions No.1.

Session – Food and waste management – Room Nádor 1

Chair: Csaba VÉR


Gustavo Arciniegas, Libera Amenta, Marcin Dąbrowski, Hilde Remoy, Alex Wandl Integrating geodesign workshops into a Peri-Urban Living Lab for improving waste and resource management: insights from the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area TU Delft, Delft
Béla Kuslits, Tamás Kocsis The source of food: motivations and obstacles on the sustainable food markets of Budapest Corvinus University Budapest, Budapest
Sylvia Graczka Measuring avoided material? The complex case of waste prevention indicators Corvinus University of Budapest, Institute of Geography, Geoeconomy and Sustainable Development
Dr. András J. KOVÁCS; Zsolt, MÉHES; Attila BORBÁS Rational use of resources in wastewater treatment systems KUKK K+F Ltd, Budapest
Maria Cerreta, Pasquale De Toro, Pasquale Inglese, Silvia Iodice Operationalizing Circular Economy: Adaptive Assessments for Wastescape Regeneration University of Naples Federico II – Department of Architecture (DiARC), Naples

Session – CE in European Union – case studies – Room Nádor 2

Chair: Mihály LADOS

Denis Cerić The use of circular economy demands and regulations as a branding tool in tourism in the Baltic Sea Region Institute of Geography and Spatial Organization Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw
Gergely Marton, Zoltán Raffay Interpretation of sustainability in the Hungarian tourism sector University of Pécs
Adam Drobniak, Klaudia Plac Traditional industries vs. modern industries – economic and environmental resilience of the EU countries and regions University of Economics in Katowice, Faculty of Economics, Katowice
Ádám Csuvár Hungarian households’ biomass and natural gas consumption in the context of the “energy ladder” hypothesis Kaposvár University, Kaposvár
Damian Mazurek The essence of (smart) specialization – Circular Economy (CE) in national and regional innovation strategies on the example of Poland Institute of Geography and Spatial Organization PAS, Warsaw


Session – CE and management challenges – Saloon

Chair: Sándor Zsolt KOVÁCS


Márta Somogyvári Business strategy for the circular economy Faculty of Business and Economics University Pécs, Pécs
Noémi Csigéné Nagypál What circular economy can learn from industrial ecology practices? University of Technology and Economics, Budapest
Reike, Denise (Negro, S.O., Hekkert, M.P.) Using proximities for studying inter-organisational collaboration processes in the circular economy Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development, Utrecht University, Utrecht
Andras Donat Kovacs Emergence of the new environmental paradigm in the rural areas of V4 Countries MTA KRTK
Phan Van THANH (Szilárd PODRUZSIK) Enterprises in Vietnam: The Implementation of CSR Kaposvar University, Kaposvár


Session – CE and Hungary: examples – Room Nádor 2

Chair: Edit HOYK

Patrícia Honvári Rural innovation? The success of renewable energy investments in rural areas MTA KRTK, Budapest
Bernadett Horváthé Kovács, Cecília Mezei, Róbert Barna, Arnold Csonka, Kinga Szabó, Mónika Nagy, Imre Nagy, Eleonóra Stettner, Ádám Csuvár, Bence Imre, Adrián Csizmadia, Zsófia Gáspár-Pintér, Alexander Titov, Danijel Topic, Damir Sljivac, Géza Gelencsér Economic and ecological factors of territorial capital in Koppany Valley micro region Kaposvár University, Kaposvár
Judit Gébert – Zoltán Bajmócy – György Málovics – Juhász Judit – Méreiné Berki Boglárka Sustaining well-being instead of sustaining resources – Evaluating local economic development on the basis of the capability approach University of Szeged, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Szeged
Laura Bertalan, Ferenc Jankó Local food and short supply chain in Hungary University of Sopron, Lámfalussy Sándor Faculty of Business and Economics
Maria Molnar Sustainable and intelligent urban mobility in Hungary in connection with smart cities Szent István University, University of Szeged, Szeged


17:20-19:00 Parallel Sessions – No.2

Session – Socio-economic aspects of CE – Room Nádor 2

Chair: Katalin, HARTUNG

Yan Song, Jorge Gil Lopes, Alexander Wandl, Arjan van Timmeren Exploring urban metabolism indicators for municipalities of metropolitan areas Delft University of Technology, Delft
Kornél Németh, Gábor Pintér, Erzsébet Péter Analyzing “consumer” attitudes related to renewable energy sources in the Transdanubian Region University of Pannonia Nagykanizsa Campus, Nagykanizsa
Agg, Zoltán Climate change related values and attitudes in the Balaton region Pannon Egyetem, Veszprém
Réka Horeczki, Ákos Bodor, Zoltán Grünhut, Viktor Varjú Environmental attitudes at the major of rural area in Baranya CERS HAS (MTA KRTK), Pécs
Christina Lincaru, Speranta Pîrciog High Human Capital Agglomerations as a Source of Positive Externalities for Circular Economy Development – Case Study Romania National Scientific Research Institute for Labour and Social Protection, Romania


Session – Modelling environmental related economics – Saloon

Chair: Reike, DENISE

Mihály Dombi – József Mihály Gáll – Andrea Karcagi-Kováts – Andrea Bauer-Gáthy – Szilárd Kádár Structure of material requirement of the food supply University of Debrecen, Debrecen
Zsuzsanna Zsibók Climate effects and circular economy in long-run economic modelling CERS HAS, Pécs
Dora Fazekas – Jennifer Dicks Modelling the impact of circular economy on the labour market Cambridge Econometrics, Cambridge

Session – Technological background of CE – Room Nádor 1

Chair: Damir Sljivac

Krzysztof Janc Foundations of the Digital Circular Economy – Geographical Approach University of Wrocław, Institute of Geography and Regional Development, Wroclaw
Danijel Topic, Damir Sljivac, Goran Knežević, Krešimir Fekete, Denis Pelin, Zvonimir Klaić, Matej Žnidarec, Viktor Varju, Cecília Mezei, Bernadett Horváthé Kovács Levelized costs of electricity (LCOE) from PV systems in cross-border area of Croatia and Hungary Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology Osijek, Osijek
Sara Elhadad, Balint Baranyai, Janos GYERGYAK Energy analysis of integrating residential building envelopes in New Minia, Egypt Marcel Breuer Doctorate School, Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology University of Pécs, Pécs
Matej Žnidarec, Danijel Topić, Damir Šljivac, Denis Pelin, Zvonimir Klaić, Goran Knežević, Krešimir Fekete, Mario Primorac, Dario Došen Renewable energy potential in Osijek-Baranya county Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology Osijek, Osijek/td>
Dr. Mónika Hoschek, Nikoletta Németh CLIMATE-SMART AGRICULTURE PERSPECTIVES IN THE ADAPTATION METHODS OF HUNGARIAN FARMERS TO CLIMATE CHANGE University of Sopron Alexandre Lámfalussy Faculty of Economics, Sopron


20 April, 2018 (Friday)

15:45-17:45 Parallel Sessions

Session – CE in local and regional development – Room Nádor 1

Chair: Péter PÓLA

Maciej Kowalczyk (Małgorzata Grodzicka-Kowalczyk) How to implement the CE principles in Poland ASAP? Pheno Horizon (OLP Sp. z o.o.), Narutowicza
Gusztáv Nemes Local producers, short food chain and social innovation – the European Territorial Quality Mark in Hungary MTA KRTK KTI, Budapest
Jelena Dunjic – Imre Nagy Serbia and EU law harmonization in waste management. Case study: regional waste management center Subotica University of Novi Sad, Department of Geography, Tourism and Hotel Management; University of Kaposvar, Faculty of Economics
Zoltán Pámer Cross-border Aspects of Environmental (and CE) related Developments HAS CERS Insitute for Regional Studies, Pécs


Session No 10. Towards a more sustainable economy (5 presentations) – Bartók Hall

Chair: Zsuzsanna ZSIBÓK

Tibor János, Molnár Message from the 18th century to the 21st – Sustainable land uses and farming methods identified by the historical ecology in the Carpathian Basin University of Pannonia Georgikon Faculty, Festetics Doctoral School
Tamás Fleischer Question-marks and illusions relating the role of the circular economy Centre of Economic and Regional Studies of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Sándor Zsolt Kovács The way of financial services towards sustainability HAS CERS Institute for Regional Studies, Pécs
Csaba Lakócai Local complementary currencies: linking circular economy to local development policy Research Centre for Economic and Regional Studies, Institute for Regional Studies, Pécs Office; University of Pécs, Faculty of Economics, Doctoral School of Economic and Regional Studies, Pécs
Gál, Zoltán Sustainability challenges in the financial system in the Age of Insustry 4.0 – the case of green banking CERS HAS, Pécs


Session – Circular Cities – Saloon

Chair: Szilárd RÁCZ

Edit Hoyk Urban adaptation to climate change from the perspective of a circular economy HAS CERS Institute for Regional Studies
Zsófia Nemes The role of industrial parks and circular economy in sustainable municipal development The case study of Székesfehérvár (HU) Corvinus University of Budapest – Institute of Geography, Geoeconomy and Sustainable Development, Budapest
Hanna Hrehorowicz-Gaber The second life of goods in the city space Cracow University of Technology, Institute of Cities and Regions Design, Kraków
Mihály Lados Nature-based Urban Development Solutions as Tool for Sustainable and Liveable Cities Centre for Economic and Regional Studies of Hungarian Academy of Sciences, West Hungarian Research Department of the Institute for Regional Studies, Győr


Session New economic models – green, blue, sharing – Room Nádor 2

Chair: Balázs PÁGER

Tibor Kiss Blue Economy vs. Circular Eonomy UP, Faculty of Business and Economics
Katalin Hartung – István Bessenyei Towards the Blue Economy – cost versus environmental pollution minimisation (a microeconomic approach) University of Pécs, Faculty of Business and Economics
András Márton The role of future orientation in the acceptance and local implementation of renewable energies Institute of Economic Geography, Geoeconomics and Sustainable Development, Corvinus University of Budapest, Budapest
Erjan Akhmedov Sustainable development as a main development priority in major oil-exporting countries The Economics of a CE (Circular Economy)
Dóra Bálint OSZKÁR, the Hungarian ridesharing platform as an example of resilience in mobility HAS Centre for Economic and Regional Studies, Pécs