The “Postgraduate European Sustainable Development Symposia” represented, in the first two editions, an opportunity for young researchers, from a broad spectrum of disciplinary backgrounds and interested in Sustainable Development, to share their knowledge and discuss about hot points related to new technologies, the impact of human activities on the environment and new strategies to increase the sustainability of human activities. The Symposium was originally designed to give postgraduate researchers from European universities (especially those who are at an early stage of their research) to present their work in a multi-disciplinary and friendly environment. The first Symposium was held at the Trinity College (TCD) in Dublin during February 2011. The second edition was held at the Graz University of Technology, Institute for Process and Particle Engineering on February 2012. This year, “Parthenope” University of Naples hosts the 3rd Edition. In the suggestive city of Naples, full of history and natural heritages, Prof. Paul Leslie Bishop from Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Cincinnati, (Cincinnati, USA), Prof. Hans Schnitzer from Institute for Process and Particle Engineering, Technical University of Graz (TU Graz) and Dr. Giacomo D'Alisa from Institute of Technology and Environmental Science (ICTA), Autonomous University Barcelona (UAB) will share their expertise and knowledge with the young participants. We wish to thank Proff. Sergio Ulgiati and Stefano Dumontet, whose experience was so precious. A special thank to Prof. Hans Schitzer, Prof. Paul Leslie Bishop, Dr. Giacomo D’Alisa, Dr. Pier Paolo Franzese and to all give their contribution to SDS2013, with particular regards to Dr.Anna Cavaliere and Prof. Marco Guida, who kindly supported us in this adventure, and to Dr. Rosario Bianco who made possible the making of this book. This is a simple collection of the oral and poster contributions to SDS2013, just a seed in the wide field of Science! The Organizing Committee
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