XV. International Conference "Accounting and Reporting Sustainable Development" will be held on 5 and 6 June 2019, as the accompanying program of fair Smart solutions for cities and municipalities and European Sustainable Development Week.

The conference focuses on topical issues of sustainable development, voluntary approaches to achieving the objectives of sustainable development at company level, results of projects, case studies and discussion of practical experience.

The conference is recommended to all organizations interested in deepening its activities in accordance with the principles of sustainable development (Directive 2013/34 /EU, ISO 14000 etc.), to increase their competitiveness and discussing related issues. Experience will be share with leading experts. Detailed information is available on the website: http://www.tretiruka.cz/konference-ucetnictvi-a-reporting-udrzitelneho-rozvoje/.

The conference will be held at the Masaryk univerzity, Faculty of Sociál Studies, Department of Environmental Studies

Address: Joštova 10, Brno 602 00, místnost P 24.

Conference Program:

The conference is divided into two days:

  • The first day (5th. June 2019) will be held lectures (see conference program).
  • The second day (6th. June 2019) is intended visiting the exhibition, which is conceived individually.

Accommodations: in preparation

It is an individual, is tentatively ordered the immediate vicinity of the exhibition grounds in areas Masaryk University – Hotel Garni, Vinařská 5, Brno, Block A3.


Ministry of the Environment, Masaryk Univerzity, Czech Business Council for Sustainable Development and the Czech Environmental Management Center, Z.S.


Conference program (June 5th, 2019) - in preparation

8.00 – 9.00 hod Registration of participants
9.00 hod. Introduction

Doc. Mgr. Bohuslav Binka, Ph.D., Masaryk University


Ing. Peter J. Kalaš, advisor, Ministry of the Environment

9.15 – 10.15 hod Session 1

Current Sustainable Development Issues

Anna Pasková, M.A., Director of the Environment and Sustainable Development Policy Department, Ministry of the Environment


Corporate Social Responsibility in Czech Republic

Ing. Hana Šimková, Head of Regulation Impact Department, Business Environment Department, Ministry of Industry and Trade

  Programs of the Ministry of the Environment aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions and outlook on the use of revenues from greenhouse gas emission allowances in the period 2021–2030
Ing. Martin Kloz, CSc., Ministry of the Environment
10.15 – 10.45 hod Short break
10.45 – 12.00 hod Session 2

Basic Principles of Energy Efficient Buildings

Ing. Libor Hrubý, Passive House Center


Reconstruction of buildings according to the standard of almost zero consumption buildings

Ing. Lucie Kochová, Ing. Zuzana Lhotáková, Ing. Pavel Růžička, ENVIROS

  Gray water footprint as a tool for assessing emissions sustainability in the aquatic environment
Ing. Libor Ansorge, Ph.D. Deputy Director for Research and Professional Activities, T. G. Masaryk Water Research Institute
12.00 – 12.45 hod Lunch break
12.45 – 14.00 hod Session 3

Circulation Economy as a Systemic Change in View of the Management of Natural Resources - Risks and Benefits of its Implementation in Central Europe

RNDr. Miloš Kužvart, Executive Director, Czech Association of Circulatory Economy

  Circular Economy Projects in Small Municipalities: Preparation Process and Case Study
Prof. Ing. Petr ŠAUER, CSc., prof. h.c., doc. Ing. Antonín Dvořák, CSc., doc. Ing. Alena Hadrabová, CSc., Vysoká škola ekonomická v Praze

Textile take back - current information

Bc. Lucie Nencková, MBA, Ph.D., University of Economics, Prague


Local assessment of adaptation and mitigation

RNDr. Viktor Třebický, Ph.D., CI2

14.00 – 14.30 hod

Short break

14.30 – 15.45  hod. Session 4 

Construction of infrastructure for electric vehicles. CEZ Group's approach to sustainability

Ing. Tomáš Chmelík, ČEZ, a.s.

  Application of methodology of economic evaluation of green and blue infrastructure in human settlements. The question of the social return of measures on the example of a green roof
Ing. Jan Macháč, Ph.D., Ing. Lenka Dubová, Ing. Marek Hekrle, Ing. Jiří Louda, Ph.D., Ing. Lenka Zaňková

Correlation of the Forest strategy in Europe and Sustainable Development Goals: a comparison study in Germany and the Czech Republic

Ratna Purwestri, Ph.D., Czech University Life Sciences Prague

  Climate ecosystem service of the forest and proposal for its charging
Ing. Tereza Veselá, JUDr. Ladislav Rozenský, Czech University of Life Sciences Prague
15.45–16.15 Short break
16.16-17.30 Session 5
  Leveraging modern slavery boundary spanners in MNE
supply chains

Katherine Leanne Christ, University of South Australia Business School, Adelaide, Roger Leonard Burritt, Fenner School of Environment and Society, College of Science, The Australian
National University, Canberra, Kathy Rao, University of South
Australia Business School, Adelaide

Sustainable management of the national parks - a case study in Kosovo

Azdren Doli, Mendel University in Brno

  Microfinance as tool to break down the poverty cycle?
Vasco Chiteculo, Czech University of Life Sciences Prague

Social and economic impact on different land use in Indonesia: Case study in transmigration  and agroforestry areas

Ing. Mathy Sané, Czech University Life Sciences Prague


June 6th, 2019

Visiting the fair, including support programs, is conceived individually.

Related information:

All contributions through abstract will be published in conference proceedings and according to time schedule will enable the presentation within the program.

For larger contribution it is possible to publish after the conference in the journal Scientia Agriculturae Bohemica (http://www.sab.czu.cz).

With the lapse of time presentations will be published on the conference website: http://www.tretiruka.cz/konference-ucetnictvi-a-reporting-udrzitelneho-rozvoje/en/