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Title: A comprehensive policy framework for the development of green markets in European Islands
Authors: Kylili, Aggeliki 
Fokaides, Paris A. 
Zachariou, Aravella 
Ioannou, Byron 
Georgalli, Phoebe-Zoi 
Vlachos, Savvas 
Skouroupathi, Myrto 
Matak, Nikola 
Majdanzic, Ljubomir 
Olival, Elizabeth 
Vasconcelos, Hugo 
Cherchi, Vittoria 
Groppi, Daniele 
García, David 
Florou, Alkisti 
Komninos, Kostas 
Procopiou, Stelios 
Kouros, Theodoros 
Sandnes, Arne 
Vike, Malene 
Roald, May 
Vasstal, Lina 
García-Ayllón, Salvador 
Kask, Ulo 
Andrijevskaya, Janita 
Kirsimaa, Kerli 
Major Field of Science: Engineering and Technology
Field Category: Social and Economic Geography
Keywords: European island;green job;Green market;policy framework;sustainability
Issue Date: 2022
Source: Energy Sources, Part B: Economics, Planning and Policy, 2022, vol. 17, iss. 1, pp. 1-22
Volume: 17
Issue: 1
Start page: 1
End page: 22
Journal: Energy Sources, Part B: Economics, Planning, and Policy 
Abstract: Under the context of the European Union’s energy and environmental strategy toward its decarbonization by 2050, the green markets of the Member States are growing exponentially. The in-place policies and legislation dynamics change substantially in islands and isolated regions due to geographical constraints, limited availability of local resources, economies of scale constraints, and seasonal employment variabilities. This work focuses on assessing policy and legislative elements related to green growth in eight European islands and isolated regions for developing a comprehensive policy scheme. This is achieved by adopting a five-step methodological approach, analyzing the long-term strategies of those regions, and investigating different parameters and dimensions of four sustainability sectors. The outputs of this analysis indicated that although the regions under study are making significant efforts and taking the necessary measures for greening these sectors, they are still behind in fulfilling their EU energy and environmental obligations.
ISSN: 15567249
DOI: 10.1080/15567249.2022.2148019
Rights: © Taylor & Francis Group, LLC
Type: Article
Affiliation : Frederick University of Cyprus 
Cyprus Energy Agency 
Water and Environment Systems 
Regional Agency for Energy and Environment of the Autonomous Region of Madeira 
Sapienza University Rome 
Network of Sustainable Greek Islands 
Chrysalis LEAP 
Møre and Romsdal County Authority 
Canary Islands Institute of Technology 
Association of Estonian Islands 
Stockholm Environment Institute Tallinn Centre 
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