The Role of Ecological Chemistry in Pollution Research and Sustainable Development

  • Ali Müfit Bahadir
  • Gheorghe Duca
Conference proceedings

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xx
  2. Organic Pollutants and Pops In The Environment — Occurence, Fate and Prevention Measures

  3. Water Pollution and Waste Water Treatment

  4. Soil Pollution and Prevention

  5. Waste Management

    1. Zdenek Filip, Katerina Demnerov
      Pages 177-186
    2. Gheorghe Duca, Maria Gonţa, Aliona Mereuţa
      Pages 197-207
    3. Rawia El-Motaium, Mohamed El-Sayed Hashim, Giovanni Caria
      Pages 209-219
    4. Lunin Valery, Smirnov Vladimir, Lokteva Ekaterina, Rostovshchikova Tatiana, Kachevsky Stanislav, Gurevich Sergei et al.
      Pages 221-232
    5. Klaus Fricke, Florian Kölsch
      Pages 243-260
  6. Risk Assessment, Mitigation Measures and Environmental Awareness

  7. Back Matter
    Pages 303-308

About these proceedings


Sustainable Development has become the leading concept of the 21 century. It describes a development, which agrees with the needs of the present generation but does not endanger the chances of the coming generations to satisfy also their needs. “Sustainable development” has become an important general goal for all fields of life like economy, ecology and social balance. The development and shaping of our future has been discussed internationally like on the summits of the Conferences in Rio and in Johannesburg. But this is also a topic on national base in various countries. Leading authorities in various fields of economy and politics have also accepted this concept. Although the concept of sustainable development has been generally accepted, there are still problems how to achieve and evaluate these general goals. It is clear that the definitions about the prime needs vary from man to man, from country to country and from continent to continent. But pollution does not respect national borders. Therefore, it is necessary to develop the politics of economy, ecology and social demands by a synergistic way that they are strengthened by each other. If it is not possible to stop tendencies, which threaten the future quality of life, the cost demands of societies will dramatically increase and negative tendencies will become irreversible.


Ecological Chemistry Environmental Green Chemistry NATO PEACE Science Security Sub-Series C phosphate sustainable development

Editors and affiliations

  • Ali Müfit Bahadir
    • 1
  • Gheorghe Duca
    • 2
  1. 1.Institute of Ecological Chemistry and Waste AnalysisBraunschweig University of TechnologyBraunschweigGermany
  2. 2.Academy of Sciences of MoldovaChisinauMoldova

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