Sremski Karlovci

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Karlovci, Sremski:

see Karlowitz, Treaty ofKarlowitz, Treaty of
, 1699, peace treaty signed at Sremski Karlovci (Ger. Karlowitz), N Serbia. It was concluded between the Ottoman Empire on the one side and Austria, Poland, and Venice on the other.
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Sremski Karlovci:

see Karlowitz, Treaty ofKarlowitz, Treaty of
, 1699, peace treaty signed at Sremski Karlovci (Ger. Karlowitz), N Serbia. It was concluded between the Ottoman Empire on the one side and Austria, Poland, and Venice on the other.
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2010) and children (Barkley, Salvy, Sanders, Dey, von Carlowitz, & Williamson, 2014; Rittenhouse, Salvy, & Barkley, 2011; Sanders, Peacock, Williamson, Wilson.
However, the concept itself can be traced back 300 years from the work of Hans Carl von Carlowitz published about sustainable forestry, and T.
Barkley JE, Salvy SJ, Sanders GJ, Dey S, Von Carlowitz KP, Williamson ML.
For example, Hans Carl von Carlowitz, Sylvicultura oeconomica, oder haubwirthliche Nachricht und Naturmdbige Anweisung zur Wilden Baum-Zucht (Leipzig, 1713).
We learn about sustainability from ancient texts, from Francis of Assisi, Nikolaus von Kues, Spinoza, von Lenne, Goethe and Novalis--and we get to know the wordsmiths, the professors of the 'University of Sustainability' in Tharandt (a town famous for its forestry tradition), the mining director Carl von Carlowitz from Freiberg, the frst ecologist Alexander von Humboldt and Ernst Haeckel, the founder of ecology as the science of ecosystems.
See Leopold von Carlowitz, A Universal Human Right of
Among the documents cited by Bruni, one may mention the Carlowitz treatise of 1699 between Venice and Turkey, the peace of Kucuk Kaynarca of 1774 between Russia and Turkey and the collection of commercial and naval treatises between Austrians and Turks, published in Vienna in 1844: it contains 15 documents, each with an Italian translation on the opposite page.
Sendo dificil identificar com rigor os acontecimento que estao na origem do declinio otomano, podemos,no entanto, referir que este declinio tem marcos simbolicos importantes nos Tratados de Carlowitz, de 1699 (Kinross, 2002: 356-357), e no Tratado de Kucuk Kaynarca, de 1774 (Jung e Piccoli, 2001: 32).
I'm grateful to Clements Beckman, former McKinsey consultant and now head of mail innovations at Deutsche Post DHL, for pointing out that Hans Carl von Carlowitz, a nobleman from Freiberg in Germany, is the first recorded champion of sustainability.
21) "Die braunschweigischen Forstordnungen" (1913) 35 Forstwissenschaftliches Centralblatt 175; Hansss Carl von Carlowitz, Sylvicultura oeconomica (Leipzig: Verlegts Johann Friedrich Braun, 1713) at 105.