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For the third international conference on "Ecological Agriculture and Rural Development in Central and Eastern Europe within the Framework of the Expansion of the European Union."

Hosted by Opole University, the European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (Polish Division) and the Civic Education Project
April 7-9, 2003 – Opole, Poland

Place: Opole University, Faculty of Economics, ul. Ozimska 46a, 45-058 Opole
Room 33, Tel. +-48-(0)77-4545122
Accommodation: "Xawarianum", ul. Ojca Czaplaka 1a, Opole
Dinner (Monday): “Zagloba”, ul. Krakowska 39, Opole
Breakfast, Lunch (Monday), Dinner (Tuesday): "Kaskada", ul. Ozimska 25, Opole
Lunch (Tuesday): Restauracja U mnicha, ul. Ozimska 10, Opole
Conference Organisation: Prof. Janusz Slodczyk and Joost Platje
Conference Secretary: Robert Poskart
Assistance: Student Scientific Circle on Sustainable Development


Monday 7 April

09:00-09:30 Opening – Room 23

09:30-12:00 Plenary meeting – Room 23
Dr. Jan Sendzimir, Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Laxemburg (Austria), Current Challenges in Ecological Agriculture

Joost Platje; Student Scientific Circle on Sustainable Development, Opole University (Poland), Access to Environmental Information in the Opole Region

Prof. J°rgen Veisland, Gdansk University (Poland), Independence and Empowerment: the Future of Ecological Farming

Dr. Tatiana Severyukhina, Izhevsk State Technical University (Russia), Are Strategies of Urban Sustainable Development Compatible with Rural Sustainable Development? (A case study of a strategy of sustainable development of Izhevsk city)

Prof. Valentina Pidlisnyuk; Dr. Tatyana Stefanovska, National Agricultural University of Ukraine, Center for Sustainable Development and Ecological Education, Kiev (Ukraine), Organic Farming in the Ukraine: a Legacy from the Past and Perspectives for the Future

Dr. Barbara A. Despiney-Zochowska, Centre Nationale de la Recherche Scientifique (France), From State Owned Productivist Farms to Rural Cluster: The Polish Case 

12:00 – 13:30 Lunch Break

13:30 – 15:15 Panel 1 – Room 33

Prof. Leszek Wozniak; Prof. Marian Wozniak, Rzeszˇw University of Technology (Poland), Agricultural Problems, Including Ecological Agriculture, as a Result of Accepted Economic Paradigms

Prof. Stanislawa Sokolowska, Opole University (Poland), The Importance of Agritourism for the Multifunctional Development of Rural Areas

Prof. Irena Kociszewska; Alicja Nowak, Wroclaw University of Economics (Poland), Opportunities for the Development of Polish Organic Agriculture against the Background of Experience in EU Countries

Dr. Oleksandr Byelyakov, Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University, (Ukraine), The Potential for Organic Farming in Ukraine

Prof. Wladyslaw Hasinski; Dr. Stanislaw Grykien, Wroclaw University (Poland), Barriers in Development in Ecological Agriculture in Lower Silesia

Prof. Boguslaw Fiedor, Wroclaw University of Economics (Poland), Polish Agricultural Policy in the Context of the Transition towards Common Agricultural and Rural Policy in the European Union  

13:30 – 15:15 Panel 2 – Room 31

Joost Platje, Opole University (Poland); Leslaw Trzmielewski, Wroclaw International College for Logistics and Transport (Poland), Sustainability and Information Safety

Dr. Olga Sergienko; Alena Nemudrova, St. Petersburg State University of Refrigeration and Food Technology (Russia), Eco-label Strategies and the Greening of the Food Market

Yuriy Nesterov, Institute of Ecology – Kiev (Ukraine), Agricultural Changes in Central and Eastern Europe and their Implications for Environmental Quality

Anna Slodka, University of Lˇdz (Poland) Marketing of Organic Food: the "Green Consumer" versus the General Public

Renata Klimek, Opole University (Poland), Environmental Impact Assessment – Theory and Practice

Mirek Pukacz, Green Federation Opole (Poland), Access to Environmental Information on the Regional Level in Practice 

15:15 – 15:30 Coffee Break

15:30 – 17:15 Panel 3 – Room 33

Prof. Janusz Slodczyk, Opole University, Spatial Planning as an Instrument for Achieving Rural Sustainable Development

Dr. Matthew Leedal, Aberdeen University (UK), Rural Communities and Rural Policies in the 21st Century

Dr. Tatyana Stefanovska, Prof. Valentina Pidlisnyuk, National Agricultural University of Ukraine, Center for Sustainable Development and Ecological Education, Kiev (Ukraine), Sustainable Agriculture: new Challenges for Education and Gender Approach.

Dr. Jˇzef Mosiej, Warsaw Agricultural University (Poland), Water Pollution Control for Sustainable Rural Development in Poland

Dr. Maria Smigielska, Opole University (Poland), The Role and Significance of Agricultural-Environmental Programs in the "Ecologisation" of Rural Areas on the Example of the Opole Province

Olga Janikowska, Humanistic-Economic College in Bielsko-Biala (Poland), Sustainable Agriculture versus Globalisation- Events in Time, Space and Complexity 

15:30 – 17:15 Panel 4 – Room 31

Dr Krzysztof Krukowski; Dominika Czarnowska, University of Warmia and Mazury, Olsztyn (Poland) and Adam Wasilewski, Institute of Agricultural and Food Economics, Warsaw (Poland), Local Policies of Land Conversion – an Example of Warsaw and Olsztyn Suburbs

Adam Wasilewski, Institute of Agricultural and Food Economics, Warsaw (Poland); Dr Krzysztof Krukowski and Sylwia Barbarska, University of Warmia and Mazury, Olsztyn, (Poland), Measures Supporting Sustainable Management of Agriculture Land Resource

Dr. Dušan Bogdanov, Opole University (Poland), Structural Changes in the Size of Polish Farms in the light of European Integration

Izabela Cedro-Puszcz; Robert Poskart, Opole University (Poland), The Conditions for Supporting Multifunctional Rural Development on the Example of the ,,Village Renewal Programme in the Opole Voivodship"

Dmitrij A, Kaekhtin; Roman V. Nikolaev; Oxana V. Pushkina, Saint-Petersburg State University; Svetlana A. Vorobieva, Saint-Petersburg Herzen State Pedagogical University (Russia), Seeded Rural Meadows of Northwest Priladozhie as a Valuable Forage Reserve for Sustainable Development of a Local Lactic Stock-breeding

Dr. Andrzej Graczyk, Wroclaw University of Economics (Poland); Dr. Zbigniew Jakubczyk; Dr. Romuald Jonczy, Opole University (Poland), Ecological Barriers for Development – a Local Perspective

Tuesday 8 April

09:00 – 10:45 Panel 5 – Room 33

Dr Karol Kociszewski, Wroclaw University of Economics (Poland), Potential Economic and Social Consequences of Introducing the EU Agri-environmental Measures in Poland

Prof. Leszek Wozniak; Prof. Marian Wozniak, Rzeszˇw University of Technology (Poland), Ecological Agriculture as an Element of Economic Diversification of Rural Areas in Poland within the Context of Integration with the EU

Agnieszka Krawczyk, Opole University (Poland), The Influence of the Common Agricultural Policy on Polish Agriculture in the Process of Integration with the European Union

Celina Solek; Bogualaw Bembenek, Rzeszˇw University of Technology (Poland), Barriers and Opportunities for Agricultural Development at the Threshold of Integration with the EU

Katarzyna Nowak; Bogdan Piatkowski; Jerzy Stelmach, Wroclaw University of Economics (Poland), Performance of Polish Agriculture in the Light of CAP reform 

09:00 – 10: 45 Panel 6 – Room 31

Malgorzata Dabrowska, Gdansk University of Technology (Poland), Ecological Agriculture in Poland – Perspectives and Obstacles

Jouravski Nikita, St. Petersburg State University (Russia), Rural Development of the Leningrad Region: Structure and Tendencies

Elzbieta Nosal, Rzeszˇw University of Technology (Poland), The Conditions for Polish Integration with the European Union in the Agricultural Sector

Mateusz Malecki; Wojciech Szymalski, Warsaw University (Poland), Intensive Problems, Extensive Solutions - How did the European Union Countries grow up to Ecological Farming – the case of Gelderse Valley in the Netherlands, a lesson for the Polish agricultural sector 

10:45 – 11:00 Coffee Break

11:00 – 12:00 Plenary Session – Room 23

Conclusion from Presentations and Discussion

12:00 – 13:30 Lunch Break

13:30 – 18:00 Computer Simulation Workshop on Adaptive Management in Local Development of Rural Areas

Jan Sendzimir, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Laxemburg, Austria.

Piotr Magnuszewski, Institute of Physics, Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland.

Student Scientific Circle on Sustainable Development, Faculty of Economics, Opole University, Poland.

Wednesday 9 April

10:00 – 12:30 Meeting on developing a common research project on local sustainability strategies.

12:30 End of conference

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