In this domain, the attention is focused on assessing and managing environmental resources to ensure sustainability and conservation.
Evaluation research involves examining the impacts of policies, practices, and interventions on environmental sustainability, such as renewable energy projects, waste management systems, or conservation initiatives.
Analytical activities include studying environmental behaviors, attitudes, and decision-making processes to understand human-environment interactions. We analyze the social, economic, and cultural factors that influence environmental practices and explore ways to promote sustainable resource management through behavior change, policy interventions, and public engagement.
- Demographic development and behavioural aspects (e.g. ‘crowding-out effect’) and their impact on the municipal waste charging policy (16-14409S)
- Determinants and processes forming the environmental attitudes and behaviour of the Czech population (TIRSMZP712)
- Perception of Environmental Risks and NIMBY effect (CZ.5.01.2013.221.008)
- Soft measures and their relevance in the transition to circular economy-The case study of the Czech Republic
- Relevance of selected measures in transition to a circular economy: The case of the Czech Republic
- The effect of a large-scale fishing restriction on angling harvest: a case study of grayling Thymallus thymallus in Czechia
- The effects of environmental factors and fisheries management on recreational catches of perch Perca fluviatilis in the Czech Republic
- Changes in recreational catfish Silurus glanis harvest rates between years 1986–2017 in Central Europe
- Fisheries management
- Angling behavior