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Sustainable development : concepts, methodologies, tools, and applications

Author: IGI Global,; Information Resources Management Association,
Publisher: Hershey, Pennsylvania (701 E. Chocolate Avenue, Hershey, Pennsylvania, 17033, USA) : IGI Global, [2018]
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"This book is a comprehensive source of scholarly information on the latest research for sustainability concerns across a multidisciplinary perspective. Highlighting a broad range of innovative topics such as renewable energy, urban development, and green technologies"--
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Additional Physical Format: Print version:
(DLC) 2017023176
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: IGI Global,; Information Resources Management Association,
ISBN: 9781522538189 1522538186
OCLC Number: 1008840497
Description: 1 online resource (78 PDFs (3 volumes))
Contents: Chapter 1. Education for sustainable development: from environmental education to broader views --
Chapter 2. Sustainability evaluation of IT/IS projects --
Chapter 3. Economic growth, sustainable development, and the role of markets --
Chapter 4. Implementing an interfaculty elective "sustainable development": an intervention into a university's culture between organized scientific rationality and normative claim --
Chapter 5. Interdisciplinarity in sustainability science: challenge or opportunity? --
Chapter 6. Economics, environmental policy, trade and sustainability --
Chapter 7. Role of HRM in sustainable organisational development --
Chapter 8. Significance of cultural dimensions in urban planning process for sustainability of pilgrimage towns in India --
Chapter 9. Application of soft computing techniques for renewable energy network design and optimization --
Chapter 10. The sustainable development approach in the economy-ecology dilemma --
Chapter 11. Green growth in Mexico, Brazil, and Chile: policy strategies and future prospects --
Chapter 12. Harnessing knowledge for sustainable development: challenges and opportunities for Arab countries --
Chapter 13. Integration of demand-side management programs and supply-side alternatives for decentralized energy planning: an analysis of energy import and export effects --
Chapter 14. Policy provisions and teachers' needs on climate change education for sustainable development in Mongolia --
Chapter 15. Smart energy and cost optimization for hybrid micro-grids: PV/ wind/ battery/ diesel generator control --
Chapter 16. Developing sustainable processes through knowledge management --
Chapter 17. Making sustainable energy communities a reality: the "MPC+" decision support framework --
Chapter 18. Enablers of sustainable manufacturing overview, framework and further research directions --
Chapter 19. Green energy in data centers --
Chapter 20. Mainstreaming development policies for climate change in Fiji: a policy gap analysis and the role of ICTs --
Chapter 21. Sustainable development and the integration of normative standards --
Chapter 22. Identifying the contemporary status of e-service sustainability research --
Chapter 23. Embedding sustainability learning: robustness in changing circumstances --
perspectives from a United Kingdom (UK) higher education institution (HEI) --
Chapter 24. 'Net' social change: grassroots empowerment for sustainable development --
Chapter 25. Renewable energy sources: comparison of their use and respective policies on a global scale --
Chapter 26. How to manage sustainability: a framework for corporate sustainability tools --
Chapter 27. Grid stabilization effect of combined electricity generation from wind and photovoltaic systems in Murcia, Spain --
Chapter 28. Balancing formalization and representation in cross-domain data management for sustainable development --
Chapter 29. The economics of renewable energy promotion policies: a case of wind power in Brazil --
Chapter 30. Ensuring environmental sustainability through sustainable entrepreneurship --
Chapter 31. Sustainability reporting in transitional economies --
Chapter 32. The strategic association between information and communication technologies and sustainability: a country-level study --
Chapter 33. Integration of renewable energy in refrigerated warehouses --
Chapter 34. Green development: case of Turkey, Norway, and China --
Chapter 35. Transforming university curricula towards sustainability: a euro-mediterranean initiative --
Chapter 36. Transdisciplinary methodology of an architectural and urban discourse in higher education --
Chapter 37. Sustainable education: a buzzword of universiti teknologi PETRONAS, Malaysia --
Chapter 38. Integration of education for sustainable development into formal secondary curricula of East Timor --
Chapter 39. A paradigm shift: empowering farmers to eliminate the waste in the form of fresh water and energy through the implementation of 4R+T --
Chapter 40. Employment aspect of energy performance practices in buildings and fiscal policy proposals for Turkey --
Chapter 41. Different resources consumption of renewable energy --
Chapter 42. Using successful cases to promote environmental sustainability: a social marketing approach --
Chapter 43. Sustainable development and the sustainability of socioeconomic systems: some reflections on crises and corporate systemogenesis --
Chapter 44. Renewable energy technologies, sustainable development, and environment --
Chapter 45. Environmental accounting for industrial growth and sustainable development in India: an overview and theoretical framework --
Chapter 46. Development of the green economy in Romania: dimensions, strengths and weaknesses --
Chapter 47. Exploring landscapes in regional convergence: environment and sustainable development in South Asia --
Chapter 48. Citizen science and Its role in sustainable development: status, trends, issues, and opportunities --
Chapter 49. Romanian rural tourism in the context of sustainable development --
Chapter 50. Sustainability campaigns and consumer involvement: effects of altruism, locus of control, and long-term orientation --
Chapter 51. Promoting healthy lifestyle for sustainable development --
Chapter 52. A fourth wave of education for sustainability (EfS) in higher education --
Chapter 53. Environmental and economic impacts of wave energy: some public policy recommendations for implementation in Turkey --
Chapter 54. Interdisciplinary approaches to sustainable development in higher education: a case study from Croatia --
Chapter 55. Rule of law: a fundamental pillar enabling sustainable development and reduction of poverty in India --
Chapter 56. Are university lecturers literate in sustainability? --
Chapter 57. Energy cost saving tips in distributed power networks --
Chapter 58. Ecological influences on the evolving planning system in Turkey --
Chapter 59. Rural tourism in transitional Russia's economics: fake or real alternative to traditional agricultural production? --
Chapter 60. Challenges and opportunities for the development and management of urban green areas in Addis Ababa: the case of cooperative housing green areas and street trees in Nifas Silk Lafto Sub-City --
Chapter 61. The drive towards NEAR zero energy buildings through professional training in southern europe: the SouthZEB project --
Chapter 62. Conditions for development of renewable energy in Poland --
Chapter 63. Supply chain social sustainability and manufacturing --
Chapter 64. Energy and carbon footprint-aware management of geo-distributed cloud data centers: a taxonomy, state of the art, and future directions --
Chapter 65. Factors influencing foreign land acquisition and sustainable development in Nigeria --
Chapter 66. Corporate social responsibility (CSR): theory, regulations, and new paradigms in the framework of sustainable development strategy --
Chapter 67. Sustainability criteria for tourism attractions: a case study of Germany --
Chapter 68. Decision making in local energy planning: a review --
Chapter 69. How can ICTs contribute towards a more sustainable future? --
Chapter 70. A new barrier for the future of energy market in Turkey: internal capital adequacy assessment process (ICAAP) --
Chapter 71. Sustainable consumption trends in the world in the context of green economy and sustainability --
Chapter 72. Modern optimization algorithms and applications in solar photovoltaic engineering --
Chapter 73. The application of crowdfunding to the energy sector --
Chapter 74. CSR strategies in emerging markets: socially responsible decision making processes and business practices for sustainability.
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