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dc.contributor.author Shengwen Shi
dc.contributor.author Olena Yarmoliuk
dc.date.accessioned 2019-05-06T13:40:18Z
dc.date.available 2019-05-06T13:40:18Z
dc.date.issued 2008
dc.identifier.uri http://reposit.uni-sport.edu.ua/handle/787878787/1663
dc.description.abstract Over-spending and under-utilization has long been a footnote to the grandeur of the Olympics, but Beijing set about to break the mold by learning from the past, and planning well in advance. While spending by China in 2008 was by far the most ever showered upon an Olympics – an estimated $42 billion [4], or about 10 times the Athens expenditure – Beijing looks certain to break even on nearly every one of its Olympic arenas. How it achieved this astounding efficiency isn’t all due to astute planning. Beijing offered a rare urban landscape. Much spending was on big-ticket items like an expansion of the subway system, improvements that were needed even if the Olympics had not been held in China. Other funds bankrolled various environmental measures, as Beijing strove to host the greenest Olympics ever. Aim of the research is to analyze the legacy of the Beijing's 2008 Olympics and its impact into the sustainability. uk_UA
dc.language.iso en uk_UA
dc.subject Beijing's 2008 Olympics uk_UA
dc.subject sustainable development uk_UA
dc.subject Green Games uk_UA
dc.title Sustainability and legacy of Beijing's 2008 Olympics uk_UA
dc.type Abstracts uk_UA


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