Marek Hekrle

Marek Hekrle
Jan Evangelista Purkyně University in Ústí nad Labem · The Faculty of Social and Economic Studies

PhD researcher_Environmental economists

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Conference Paper
Municipality representatives in Czech cities are increasingly aware of the need to implement measures to adapt cities to climate change. Rainwater management is one pillar in national and local strategies; however, the measures are still not implemented in sufficient quantity and quality. Low enforceability is the result of low public awareness of...
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Green and blue infrastructure is implemented increasingly often in cities. The objective of this paper is to investigate specific elements of green and blue infrastructure and types of facilities that are the most preferred among city residents. This paper shows the results of a questionnaire survey and a discrete choice experiment from Prague. Amo...
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V důsledku městského rozvoje a intenzivního budování dopravních, developerských a dalších projektů dochází ke stále větší konkurenci ve využití veřejného prostoru ve městech a jeho okolí. Města se snaží tyto aktivity korigovat a apelovat na soukromé investory a developery k účinnějšímu využití modro-zelené infrastruktury. V některých případech efek...
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A method of monetary valuation and comparison of costs and benefits of green and blue infrastructure. Green and blue infrastructure provides a variety of benefits in the form of ecosystem services for residents, workers and city visitors. At the same time green and blue infrastructure effectively deals with and prevents more and more frequent pheno...
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The methodology (written in Czech) for economic assessment of green and blue infrastructure (GBI) in human settlements is a unified comprehensive tool for assessing GBI elements. It is designed primarily as a basis for planning, decision-making and communication concerning construction and maintenance of GBI elements and nature-based measures. In a...
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The methodology for economic assessment of green and blue infrastructure (GBI) in human settlements is a unified comprehensive tool for assessing GBI elements. It is designed primarily as a basis for planning, decision-making and communication concerning construction and maintenance of GBI elements and nature-based measures. In addition, it can be...
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V rámci adaptace lidských sídel na změnu klimatu jsou v posledních letech stále častěji diskutována vedle technických opatření taktéž přírodě blízká opatření. Jedná se např. o městské parky, zelené střechy nebo stěny, stromořadí, komunitní zahrady, vodní prvky, propustné povrchy atd. Většina těchto opatření založených na zelené a modré infrastruktu...
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The aim of this methodology is to provide methodological instructions for assessment of cost disproportionality of measures for organisations authorised in water planning, more precisely for authors of economic analyses. Předkládaná metodika si klade za cíl poskytnout metodický návod k hodnocení nákladové nepřiměřenosti opatření subjektům pověřeným...
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The growing demand for clean water has led to the adoption of the EU Water Framework Directive (Directive 2000/60 EC; WFD). The new legislation has had a major impact on water management and national economies and instituted numerous requirements, including “good status” of all water bodies by 2015. However, achieving “good status” is associated wi...
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The EU Water Framework Directive 2000/60 EC requires achievement of good status of all water bodies by 2015. However, meeting this environmental target brings substantial costs. In justified cases, member states may request an extension of the deadline based on disproportionality of the costs of meeting the WFD requirements. The member states most...