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CENTRAL EUROPE Output Library

The CENTRAL EUROPE Programme helps to improve living and working conditions in your region. Take a look at the CENTRAL EUROPE Output Library to find out what our projects do.

The Output Library collects (case) studies, surveys, analyses, inventories, guidelines and other interesting products from all our projects. Each output is connected with specific keywords.

Searching for a keyword or clicking on one of them in the tag cloud below will show you a list of relevant documents. 

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The report provides an overview on regions in Germany, Czech Republic, Austria, Hungary and Slovenia including general information of the region (population, economy), mining history, regional potentials, existing projects and development strategies, as well as a statement on actors and their interplay.

Project:ReSOURCE - Utilisation of post-mining potentials for sustainable re-development in Central European mining cities and regions
Countries:Austria, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Slovenia
Date:December 2009
Tag(s):Brownfield (revitalisation), Degraded areas, Regional development, Social change, Mining

The major district town of Aue is planning to improve the range of industrial and commercial sites and acquire plots in the area of the freight railway yards for economic development purposes. The sustainable conversion of the urban mining site (formerly pit 20) on the railway site therefore required the drawing-up of a subsequent use concept that would comprise an investigation of different options, taking account of development and the associated costs.

Project:ReSOURCE - Utilisation of post-mining potentials for sustainable re-development in Central European mining cities and regions
Countries:Germany
Date:August 2010
Tag(s):Alternative solution , Brownfield (revitalisation), Degraded areas, Mining, Rail, Regional development, Urban area

The report gives an overview on cultural potentials of mining sites in Central Europe, highlightening some best practice examples.

Project:ReSOURCE - Utilisation of post-mining potentials for sustainable re-development in Central European mining cities and regions
Countries:Austria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovenia
Date:June 2010
Tag(s):Cultural heritage, Cultural infrastructure, Culture, Degraded areas, Mining, Regional development

The report gives an overview on cultural potentials of mining sites in Central Europe, highlightening some best practice examples.

Project:ReSOURCE - Utilisation of post-mining potentials for sustainable re-development in Central European mining cities and regions
Countries:Austria, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Slovenia
Date:June 2010
Tag(s):Degraded areas, Mining, Natural heritage, Regional development, Renewable energy, Tourism, Brownfield (revitalisation)

Open Pit Welzow-Süd is one of the few mining areas of Lusatia where mining will continue for several decades. The landscape will successively be destructed and recultivated. Recultivation aims for a reestablishment of agricultural and forestall areas which will need a long period of soil development before being a productive landscape again.

Project:ReSOURCE - Utilisation of post-mining potentials for sustainable re-development in Central European mining cities and regions
Countries:Germany
Date:April 2010
Tag(s):Degraded areas, Mining, Renewable energy

The region of Freiberg is characterized by an 800-year-old history of mining and metallurgical industry. Reducing the ore deposits and the metallurgical processes led to anthropogenicmontane arsenic- and heavy metal accumulation in the topsoil. In addition to the already elevated geogenic levels a large scale of soil contaminants throughout the area of Freiberg has evolved. In particularly critical areas of problems with sensitive uses are inevitable. This includes also the agricultural sector. Especially in such areas cultivation of biomass crops is a useful alternative to food and feed crops.

Project:ReSOURCE - Utilisation of post-mining potentials for sustainable re-development in Central European mining cities and regions
Countries:Germany
Date:April 2010
Tag(s):Degraded areas, Mining, Renewable energy

Tourism along the Styrian iron road is dominated by the attractions in Leoben
and by the absolutely “lighthouse” of the region, the Styrian iron mountain. In
winter many people join the alpine skiing around “Präbichl”.
All the other touristical attractions have a comparable low touristical evectiveness. If tourism shall became an important economical factor in the
region new ideas must be developed. How is it possible to strengthen the
touristical value of regional resources and regional characteristics.
This paper gives a short overview about tourism in the region and lists important projects of a possible development in the future.

Project:ReSOURCE - Utilisation of post-mining potentials for sustainable re-development in Central European mining cities and regions
Countries:Austria
Date:November 2009
Tag(s):Cultural heritage, Culture, Degraded areas, Mining, Tourism

In lots of mining areas traditions developed themselves and moulded the culture of those industrial European regions in particular in Austria and in its neighbouring countries.
Nowadays, even if a lot of mines are not working anymore, those traditions still persist and constitute an important part of the mining areas' cultural identity.

Project:ReSOURCE - Utilisation of post-mining potentials for sustainable re-development in Central European mining cities and regions
Countries:Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Slovakia
Date:June 2010
Tag(s):Degraded areas, Mining

Mining covers a broad spectrum. This ranges from industrial culture to
landscapes in flux, and from technical aspects to social and environmental ones. Mining tourism is new. International expertise in the appreciation and revitalisation of unusual landscapes and industrial premises is pooled together and developed here.

Project:ReSOURCE - Utilisation of post-mining potentials for sustainable re-development in Central European mining cities and regions
Countries:Germany
Date:May 2010
Tag(s):Degraded areas, Mining, Tourism

Pre investment study of thematic path GVERK pointes out the important key factors of cultural tourism and thematic paths for the Zasavje region.

Project:ReSOURCE - Utilisation of post-mining potentials for sustainable re-development in Central European mining cities and regions
Countries:Slovenia
Tag(s):Degraded areas, Mining, Regional development, Tourism, Urban area

The analysis of the development of wheel railway in former mining town for the reviving of its cultural heritage related to mining and utilizing it in tourism.

Project:ReSOURCE - Utilisation of post-mining potentials for sustainable re-development in Central European mining cities and regions
Countries:Hungary
Tag(s):Cultural heritage, Degraded areas, Mining, Regional development, Tourism, Urban area

An overall survey on potential geothermal use of minewater in Zasavje region based on existing regional and national studies.

Project:ReSOURCE - Utilisation of post-mining potentials for sustainable re-development in Central European mining cities and regions
Countries:Slovenia
Tag(s):Degraded areas, Environment, Mining, Natural heritage, Water management

Master plan includes careful investigation of reutalization options to improve allocation of means, e.g. for recultivation.

Project:ReSOURCE - Utilisation of post-mining potentials for sustainable re-development in Central European mining cities and regions
Countries:Slovenia
Tag(s):Degraded areas, Mining, Regional development, Urban area

The report includes all 6 SWOT Analyses of the participating regions in
ReSOURCE and an additional report from the associated Polish research partner on the region of Wałbrzych.

Project:ReSOURCE - Utilisation of post-mining potentials for sustainable re-development in Central European mining cities and regions
Countries:Austria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovenia
Tag(s):Degraded areas, Metropolitan area, Mining, Regional development

The aim of this study was the development of a valuation method for mining brownfields, which takes into account the essential aspects of mining. After a thorough analysis of all major mining factors that highly influence the value of real estate, a calculation was proposed which takes into account the above-mentioned uncertainties and risks. This calculation was
based on the fuzzy logic, whose elements have degrees of membership.

Project:ReSOURCE - Utilisation of post-mining potentials for sustainable re-development in Central European mining cities and regions
Countries:Germany
Tag(s):Brownfield (revitalisation), Degraded areas, Mining, Urban area