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Batch 9, 2005-2007

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Alevgul Sorman, Turkey
A National Assessment of Sustainable Development Indicators in Turkey with examples of Local Scale Modeling Using a Systems Dynamics Approach

Alicia Fernandez, Chile
Sustainability analysis of biofuels in Chile

Anna Haraldson, Sweden
Drivers of sustainable rural development – Entrepreneurs in Sjuhäradsmat

Annie Andersson, Sweden
From ‘grey to green’- investigating the capabilities of the bureaucratic system to be an actor in reaching a Sustainable Society: A case study of Region Skåne, Sweden.

Bistra Nikolova, Bulgaria
Sámi Reindeer Herders - Land and identity. Non-recognition of indigenous land rights – reasons, effects and potential developments (the Sámi Indigenous People in Sweden)

Ciprian Sebastian Munteanu, Romania
Achieving sustainability via the market for green funds - Perceived and underlying reasons influencing the green investors

Daniel Moran, USA
Embodied Ecological Footprints in International Trade

Dominik Noeren, Germany
CO2 Emission Reduction in the German Household Sector till 2050 – Barriers and Incentives

Giovanni Bettini, Italy
Aqua-Feminism Water Privatization and Sustainable Development:Insights from a Gender Perspective A case study on Buenos Aires

Golzar Ahmadi, Iran

Ke'er Chen, China
Controlling Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) Over-generation with a “Waste Disposal Fee” Based on an Efficient Stakeholder Partnership - a case study in the old city of Ningbo

Kolbrun Arnadottir, Iceland
The determining legal, political, and social factors that need to be taken into account when trying to solve binational water pollution:The case of Tijuana, Mexico

Lina Stenlund, Sweden (UK & Canada) 

Michael Wironen, USA
Sustainable Development and Modernity: Resolving Tension through Communicative Sustainability

Nicoletta Tranquillo, Italy
Green Casualties of War.The need for international protection of the environment during armed conflicts and the case of the war between Israel and Lebanon in 2006

Olga Anatolyevna Agaponova, Russia
Exploring the Concept of Green Water. Bridging Science and Water Resources Management

Paula A Téllez J, Colombia
Voluntary certification schemes as tools to promote rural developmnt in Colombia: A Case Study of Good Agricultural Practicies in Plantain Produce

Phan Truc Mai, Vietnam
Inclusion of Sustainable Development into education at Lund University Awareness and Willingness to change

Sital Kafley, Nepal

Stacey Frisk, USA
From Bowling Alone to Dining Together: a Sustainability Analysis of Cohousing in the United States

Steven Canty, UK
Positive and Negative Impacts of Dive Tourism:The Case Study of Utila, Honduras.

Theodoros Kolonas, Greece
The research on public perceptions toward wind power schemes: An analysis through the ‘eyes’ of sustainability

Thobias Furtado, Brazil
Public and Private Partnership as lever of benefits in infrastructure development: a study on Brazilian highway concessions

Vanessa K Smith, Mexico (UK)
Drought Management in Catalonia. A case study in Riudecanyes and its water basin towards reducing vulnerability to water stress

Yengoh Genesis Tambang, Cameroon
Assessing the significance of low external nutrient input strategies for small-scale crop production in Kenya (A systems analysis approach)

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