The Netherlands 2005 Meeting
Enschede, Netherlands
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 Thursday, 28 April 2005

 7:00 AM-5:00 PM
1 All Submissions
7:00 AM 1-1Is Sustainability Research Distorted? The fallacy of focusing on big and powerful
Jenny Ählström,¹ Monica Macquet,¹ Ulf Richter²
  1. SuRe, Sustainability Research Group, Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden
  2. HEC Lausanne, Switzerland
7:00 AM 1-2Criteria for a Sustainability Impact Assessment in Europe
By Raimund Bleischwitz*


*               Wuppertal Institute / Germany and ‘Toyota Chair for Industry and Sustainability’ at the College of Europe, Bruges / Belgium. Email: raimund.bleischwitz@wupperinst.org. or rbleischwitz@coleurop.be

7:00 AM 1-3A "‘Triple-I" Strategy for the Future of Europe
By Raimund Bleischwitz*


*           Toyota Chair for Industry and Sustainability, College of Europe, Bruges / Belgium email: rbleischwitz@coleurop.be as well as Co-Director “Material Flows and Resource Management”, Wuppertal Institute.
7:00 AM 1-4Accounting for Sustainable Development or for the Environment?
Robert D. Cairns Department of Economics, McGill University
855 Sherbrooke St W
Montreal Canada H3A 2T7 Email robert.cairns@mcgill.ca
7:00 AM 1-5THE SUSTAINABILITY OF MEXICAN INDUSTRY
María Laura Franco García, Ph.D.

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT INSTITUTO TECNOLOGICO DE MONTERREY Y DE ESTUDIOS SUPERIORES

Atizapán de Zaragoza, Estado de México

Mexicomafranco@itesm.mx

7:00 AM 1-6ASPECTS MATRIX FOR SUSTAINABLE ENTREPRENEURSHIP BASED ON THE EFQM-MODEL
Sieuwert Haverhoek, IR
Chr. Hogeschool Windesheim
8000 GB Zwolle, The Netherlands
s.haverhoek@windesheim.nl
7:00 AM 1-7Making Progress Towards Sustainable Development: Marshalling Creativity, Entrepreneurship and Timing For More Sustainable Production-Consumption Systems.
Peter S. Hofman

CSTM – University of Twente

P.O. Box 217

7500AE Enschede, The Netherlands

P.S. Hofman@utwente.nl

7:00 AM 1-8An Institutional Perspective of Organizative Sustainability: The Case of the LA21 in Spain
Rocío Llamas-Sánchez
Inmaculada Martín-Tapia
Víctor J. García-Morales
Francisco J. López-Martín
Departamento de Organización de Empresas
         
Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales
Universidad de Granada
Campus Cartuja, s/n.
Granada 18071.
Spain.
           
Tfo. +34 958 24 09 16 Fax: + 34 958 24 62 22.

 E-mail:              rllamas@ugr.es
                        imtapia@ugr.es
                         victorj@ugr.es
                        fjlopezm@ugr.es

7:00 AM 1-9Chemical Management Services: European state-of-the-art and perspectives for the future
Oksana Mont, Ph.D.
IIIEE, Lund University,Sweden
Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands.
Oksana.Mont@iiiee.lu.se
7:00 AM 1-10Standards and Compliance Inspections are the Biggest Hinder for Development of Sustainable Productions
Dr. Jens Peter Mortensen
Environmental Inspector

Solrød Kommune

Solrød Centeret 1, DK-2680 Solrød Strand

DenmarkDirect tel.: +45 56 18 22 41
E-mail: jpm@solrod.dk

7:00 AM 1-11Looking Through the Eyes of Others
Dr. Ir. Andre Nijhof
Universiteit Twente; Faculty Bedrijf, Bestuur en Technologie;
PO Box 217, 7500 AE Enschede, The Netherlands
Tel: + 31 53 489 4091 – Fax: +31 53 489 2159
(em) a.h.j.nijhof@utwente.nl
Info: www.bni-instrument.org

Dr. André Nijhof is an assistant professor at the Faculty of Business, Public Administration and Technology of the University of Twente (Enschede), The Netherlands. Stakeholder theory, ethics of care and organisational change management are important themes in his current research. He has published in journals like the International Journal of Value Based Management, Journal of Business Ethics and the Leadership and Organisation Development Journal, besides several publications in Dutch books and journals.

7:00 AM 1-12Conflicting interpretations of sustainable development
Christina Olivecrona

Sustainable Business Studies

Chalmers University of Technology

SE 412 96 Göteborg

SwedenTel +46 31 772 1197
E-mail christina.olivecrona@chalmers.se

7:00 AM 1-13Towards a typology of sustainable chain management
Johan Piet, PhD CPA TranspaRAbility
1112 KL Diemen, The Netherlands
johan.piet@transparability.nl
7:00 AM 1-14The rise and fall of a product-oriented environmental policy
Arne Remmen
Department of Development and Planning
Aalborg University, Denmark
ar@plan.aau.dk
7:00 AM 1-15Exploration of the arena for social steering with particular emphasis on corporate environmental strategies
Geerten J.I. Schrama
Center for Clean Technology and Environmental Policy
University of Twente
P.O. Box 217

NL 7500 AE Enschede, The Netherlands

7:00 AM 1-16Session I Summary: Changing Roles and Identities
Chair: Trudy Heller, Executive Education for the Environment, USA.
Rapporteur: Arno Mathis, University of Twente
7:00 AM 1-17Session IIa Summary: Production and Consumption Systems
Chair: Harrie van Bommel, Saxion University of Professional Education, The Netherlands. Rapporteur: Wilbert Grevers, University of Twente.
7:00 AM 1-18Session IIb Summary: Sustainability Strategies
Chair: André Nijhof, University of Twente, The Netherlands

Rapporteur: Agni Kalfagianni, University of Twente, The Netherlands

7:00 AM 1-19Critical Issues in Sustainable Development: Conference Summary of Central Themes and Outcomes
Dr. Theo de Bruijn
GIN- Europe Coordinator
Associate Professor
Center for Clean Technology and Environmental Policy (CSTM)
University of Twente
P.O. Box 217
7500 AE The Netherlands
theo.debruijn@utwente.org  +31 53 489 3203