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XVII. International Conference "Sustainable Accounting and Reporting " will be held on 6 and 7 October 2021, as the accompanying program of the International fair of Defence and Security Technology, the International Fair of Fire Technology and Services and the International Fair of Security Technology and Services.

It focuses on issues of sustainable development and use of sustainable accounting and reporting at the at the corporate and national level. It solves current problems associated with the circular economy and bioeconomy, non-financial reporting, life cycle assessment and other voluntary approaches to achieving the goals of sustainable development. It focuses on projects, case studies and a discussion of practical experience and research results. Organizers:

 
Organizers:
Ministry of the Environment, Czech Business Council for Sustainable Development and Czech Ecological Management Center.
 

BASIC INFORMATION:

Venue: The conference will be held at the Brno Exhibition Center, the Congress Center, Room 102, (Výstaviště 405/1, 647 00 Brno-Pisárky).

The conference is spread over two days:
- On the first day (October 6, 2021), lectures will take place according to the continuously updated conference program. 
- The second day (October 7, 2021) is intended for a visit to the exhibition center, which is conceived individually.
 

Conference program:

The conference is divided into two days:

  • The first day (6 October, 2021) will be held lectures (see conference program).
  • The second day (7 October, 2021) is intended visiting exhibition, which is conceived individually.
 
Conference program in detail (October 6, 2021)
8.00–9.00 Presence of participants
 
9.00 Introduction
Ing. Vladimír František Mana, LL.M., Deputy Minister of the Environment for the Management of the State Administration Section
Ing. Peter J. Kalaš, Vice-President of the Czech Branch of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development

 

9.15–10.15 1st block of lectures
Ing. Emília Boďová, PhD., University of St. Cyril and Methodius in Trnava – Support of the green economy in the Slovak Republic.
Mgr. Bc. Richard Juřík, Ministry of the Environment – Taxonomy for sustainable EU investments - current developments.
Filip Gregor, Frank Bold – Current information on the amendment of EC legislation on non-financial reporting.
 

10.15–10.45 Break
 

10.45–12.00 2nd block of lectures
Martin Račan, Ministry of the Environment – SDG tagging – monitoring of sustainable development in the state budget
Martin Račan, Ministry of the Environment - National Recovery Plan – a milestone for the green transition?
Ing. Eliška Valinová, Czech Statistical Office - Environmental subsidies and transfers in the Czech Republic.
Ing. Pavlina Mildnerova, Ing. Adéla Hrubešová, Czech Statistical Office – Sustainable Development Indicators.

 
12.00–13.15 Lunch break
 
12.00–13.15 Discussion workshop – Concept of forest bioeconomy
 
13.15–15.00 3rd block of lectures
Ing. Libor Ansorge, Ph.D., Deputy Director for Research and Professional Activities, T. G. Masaryk Research Institute of Water Management, v. V. I. - Influence of COVID19 on water consumption from public water mains – case study Brno.
Ing. Marie Tichá – LCA in forestry.
Ing. Pavel Růžička, ENVIROS – Reuse and recycling of construction and demolition waste.
Tomáš Zapletal, Jindřich Soukup, Petr Šauer, University of Economics in Prague – Economic Growth and Organic Pollution of Watercourses: Developing Trends in the Czech Republic
Lucie Nencková, MBA, Ph.D., University of Economics in Prague – The SMART concept and its contribution to achieving carbon neutrality.

 

15.00–15.15 Break
 

15.15–17.00 4th block of lectures
Ing. Marek Hekrle; Ing. Jan Macháč, Ph.D. Ing. arch. Martina Sýkorová and Ing. Lucie Povolná, Ph.D., IEEP, Institute for Economic and Environmental Policy, J. E. Purkyně University in Ústí nad Labem - Communication with the public as a basis for the successful implementation of rainwater management at the city level.
Doc. PaedDr. Tomáš Hák, Ph.D., Center for Environmental Issues, Charles University in Prague - Evaluation of sustainable development at the local level using key indicators
Roger L. Burritt, Honorary Professor, Katherine L. Christ, Dr – Global tailings dam management and full cost accounting.
Ratna Purwestri, Ph.D., Czech University Life Sciences Prague – Perceived performance level of the forest ecosystem services and the linkage with the forest cover changes: a preliminary results of a national survey in the Czech Republic.
Azdren Doli, Mendel University in Brno – Cross border cooperation in the sustainable development tourisms in the Albania Alps-Case study Albania, Kosovo and Montenegro

 

17.00-19,00 5th block of lectures - Discusion


 

Fee: CZK 1,500 without 21% VAT

 

Accommodation:

It is possible in the immediate vicinity of the exhibition center at the university dormitories of Masaryk University – former hotel GARNI, now B&B HOTEL UNIVERSITY BRNO, Vinařská 5, Brno, Block A3, next to the Faculty of Economics and Administration (from the train and bus station get off at the Lipová station, cross the road and up the hill about 150 m on the right side there is a university and university dormitories) and each participant orders accommodation and pays for it himself. Accommodation is not part of the deposit and must be arranged directly with the accommodation facility.

Accommodation prices:

960, - CZK / night for a single room and 1, 180, - CZK / night for a double room incl. breakfast.

A single room will be automatically provided when ordering. If you are interested in accommodation in a double room, it is necessary to report the name of the co-partner when confirming your participation.

Contact for reservation:

Mr. Petr Heisler, +420 549 492 705, e-mail: hotel.vinarska@skm.muni.cz.

Parking: you can park directly in the campus.

 

Individual transport to the venue:

   - from the direction of Prague, Ostrava, Bratislava on the highway, BVV is well marked

 

Parking at the conference venue: charged, it is possible in the open area in front of the main entrance, or pavilion P and Z or in the parking house in front of pavilion E.

 

Opening hours of the exhibition center: 6 - 8 October 2021 8:00–19:00

 

Access to the conference venue:

Main entrance (entrance 1) - public transport stop "Výstaviště - main entrance, high-rise building, room no. 102 (tram no. 1, bus no. 52, trolleybuses 25, 26 and 37). 

 

Publication of professional articles is possible in journals:

 

  • Scientia Agriculturae Bohemica (SAB), https://sab.czu.cz/en/ (SCOPUS)
  • Water Management Technical and Economic Information (VTEI), https://www.vtei.cz/ (professional peer-reviewed journal)
  • Wasteforum - professional peer-reviewed journal of R&D in the field of waste and environment https://www.wasteforum.cz (SCOPUS)

 

Contacts:

Ing. Jiří Študent  - conference organization, site administration and registration of participants, accounting

+420 274 784 417, +420 602 617 614

E-mail: student@cemc.cz

Doc. Ing. Miroslav Hájek, Ph.D. - conference program

+420 731 384 103

E-mail: hajekmir@volny.cz

 

Preparatory Committee:

Doc. Ing. Miroslav Hájek, Ph.D., Czech University of Life Sciences Prague

Ing. Jiří Študent, Czech Ecological Management Center

Ing. Alena Krejčová, Ministry of the Environment

Ing. Pavla Vrabcová, Ph.D., Czech University of Life Sciences Prague

 

Scientific board:

Doc. Ing. Miroslav Hájek, Ph.D., Czech University of Life Sciences Prague

Ing. Emília Boďová, PhD., Central European University in Skalica

Ing. Pavla Vrabcová, Ph.D., Czech University of Life Sciences Prague

Prof. Ing. Petr Šauer, CSc., University of Economics in Prague

Doc. Ing. Jarmila Zimmermannová, Ph.D., Moravian University in Olomouc

Doc. PaedDr. Tomáš Hák, Ph.D., Center for Environmental Issues Charles University

Prof. Ing. Jiřina Jílková, CSc., J. A. Purkyně University in Ústí nad Labem

Nina Drejerska, PhD, Warsaw University of Life Sciences

 

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