Projekt ukončen, aktivity sítě pokračují

Projekt Mezioborová síť udržitelného rozvoje byl úspěšně ukončen 30. 4. 2014, aktivity sítě však nadále pokračují.

Tyto původní stránky projektu budou aktualizovány pouze ve výjimečných případech, pro pokračování aktivit je třeba přejít na následující webové stránky:


Regionální centrum expertízy Česko - pro další spolupráci subjektů v Česku

COPERNICUS Alliance - pro mezinárodní spolupráci

Mezinárodní projektu UE4SD (běžel v letech 2013-2016)

Webová encyklopedie Enviwiki

Recenzovaný časopis Envigogika


2012 ISPoS Summer School public presentation and press conference

Summer School 2012Czech and German students and staff from Charles University and Leuphana University of Lueneburg presented their findings from a sustainable development summer school dedicated to understanding stakeholder dynamics in the Ore Mountains and Most region in the town of Litvinov on 7 September 2012. Members of the public and media were invited to participate in the presentation in the auditorium of the Centre for Bachelor Studies at Schola Humanitas - a secondary school specialising in environmental education.

About 10 members of the public, including officials from the Most municipal council and from Destinační agentura Krušné hory o.p.s., and media, listened to student perspectives on sustainable development challenges in the Ore Mountain region, including the historical and present day problems associated with brown coal mining and the population expulsions that had occurred in the former Sudetenland both prior to and after the Second World War.

The presentations explained in some detail the goals of the summer school, the methodology used, the tasks the students were set, and what their ultimate outcomes were in the form of possible strategies for the region for dealing with the localised challenges of the three pillars of sustainable development. Those members of the public who remained at the end of the presentations were very interested in the results of the students‘ work and engaged in a long discussion with them. A summary of the many presentations can be viewed here.


Inaugural meeting of the RCE Czechia

On 27th April 2017, the Regional Center of Expertise Czechia was officially launched. After more than a year of efforts by the Charles University Environmental Center, the network was successfully accredited by the United Nations University (UNU). In the Czech Republic, RCE Czechia is the first association of this type, joining the network of Regional Centers of Expertise across the world which today comprises more than 150 such RCE associations. In Central and Eastern Europe, this model of cooperation has been applied only minimally – so far only 4 RCEs have been established in Albania, Russia and Serbia. Full minutes from the opening meeting can be downloaded here.

RCE Czechia is direct follow-up of the MOSUR Project. You can read more about RCE Czechia on its web pages.




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