Green Technologies: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools And Applications, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1609604733
  • ISBN-13: 9781609604738
  • DDC: 338.9
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 2039 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2011 | Published/Released August 2011
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2011

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This reference assembles the most up-to-date collection of research results and recent discoveries in environmental and green technology, including climate change, sustainable development, green diplomacy, and more.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Other Frontmatter.
List of Contributors.
1: Fundamental Concepts and Theories.
2: Green Energy: Sustainable Energy Sources and Alternative Technologies.
3: Green Health: The Green IT Implications for Healthcare & Related Businesses.
4: Green IS: Steps towards a Research Agenda.
5: Information and Communication Technologies for a More Sustainable World.
6: Planning Sustainable Communities: An Appropriate Basis for Sustainable Residential Communities?.
7: Strategies for Greening Enterprise IT: Creating Business Value and Contributing to Environmental Sustainability.
8: Sustainability Constraints as System Boundaries: Introductory Steps toward Strategic Life-Cycle Management.
9: Sustainable Infrastructure Project Planning: Progress in Contemporary Decision Support Tools.
10: Sustaining the Green Information Technology Movement.
11: The Greenstone Digital Library Software.
12: Sustainable Supply Chain Management: Cases and Models of RFID and Information Systems Use in Green Logistics.
13: Sustainable Transport Infrastructure: Perspectives for Sustainable Urban and Transport Development.
14: Sustainable Urban Development: An Integrated Framework for Urban Planning and Development.
15: Development and Design Methodologies.
16: A Comprehensive and Practical Green ICT Framework.
17: A Framework for Environmentally Responsible Business Strategies.
18: A Framework for the Implementation of Eco–Efficient Business Systems.
19: A Linear Optimization Approach for Increasing Sustainability in Vegetable Crop Production.
20: Architecture, Design and Development of a Green ICT System.
21: Brisbane Urban Growth Model: An Integrated Infrastructure Management Framework for Brisbane, Australia.
22: Green ICT and Architectural Frameworks.
23: Green ICT System Architecture Frameworks.
24: Modeling of Green Supply Chain Logistics.
25: Green Semicondoctor Design Techniques and Challanges.
26: Tools and Technologies.
27: A BIM Based Application to Support Cost Feasible ‘Green Building’ Concept Decisions.
28: A Data Envelopment Analysis Approach for Household Appliances and Automobile Recycling.
29: A Decision Support System for Sustainable Urban Development: The Integrated Land Use and Transportation Indexing Model.
30: A Taxonomy of Green Information and Communication Protocols and Standards.
31: An Artificial Life-Based Vegetation Modelling Approach for Biodiversity Research.
32: Building Capacity for Better Water Decision Making through Internet-Based Decision Support Systems.
33: Comprehensive Energy Systems Analysis Support Tools for Decision Making.
34: Energy Management System Using Wireless Sensor Network.
35: Evolutionary Bayesian Belief Networks for Participatory Water Resources Management under Uncertainty.
36: Sustainable Product Service Systems: Potential to Deliver Business and Social Benefits with Less Resource Use.
37: Traceability Systems for Sustainable Development in Rural Areas.
38: Using Geographic Information System to Infollow the Fertilizers Pollution Migration.
39: Using Knowledge Management Tools in Fostering Green ICT Related Behavior Change.
40: Utilization and Application.
41: A Composite Indicator to Measure Agricultural Sustainability: Alternative Approaches.
42: Adaptive Management on Sustainability of Cork Oak Woodlands.
43: An Australian Rules Football Club Approach to Green ICT.
44: Application of a Composite Process Framework for Managing Green ICT Applications Development.
45: Application of Remote Sensing Technologies and Geographical Information Systems in Monitoring Environmental Degradation in the Lake Victoria Watershed, East Africa.