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Young Researchers Forum about Sustainable Development

Edited by: Dr. Martin Dolinsk├Ż and Prof. Michael Narodoslawsky

The purpose of the Sustainable Development Symposia was to link together young scientists of various backgrounds and to unify their individual efforts for the best response to the challenges of the 21st century.

  1. The links between pollution, institutions, and economic growth may be not so univocal as argued in the literature, as these factors may influence each other since some reverse causality may exist between them....

    Authors: Concetta Castiglione, Davide Infante and Janna Smirnova
    Citation: Energy, Sustainability and Society 2015 5:26
  2. One of the most promising alternatives to gasoline as fuel in the transport industry is bioethanol, whether if it is conventional (based on raw materials containing sugar and starch) or produced from lignocell...

    Authors: Tino Lassmann, Philipp Kravanja and Anton Friedl
    Citation: Energy, Sustainability and Society 2014 4:27
  3. Environmental systems often have a very complex structure. Methods from computational intelligence (CI) that are often inspired by nature can help to improve these systems. On the one hand, CI methods can be u...

    Authors: Michael Bongards, Daniel Gaida, Oliver Trauer and Christian Wolf
    Citation: Energy, Sustainability and Society 2014 4:19