Information Systems for Sustainable Development: Table of Contents.
1: Environmental Performance and Eco–Efficiency.
2: EPE According to ISO 14031: Concept, Experience, and Revision Issues.
3: Life Cycle Assessment Databases as Part of Sustainable Development Strategies: The Example of Ecoinvent.
4: Ecoinvent Database: Quality Control and User Interfaces for a Web–Based Life Cycle Assessment Database.
5: Organisation Models and Information Systems for Production–Integrated Environmental Protection (OPUS).
6: Integration of Material Flow Management Tools in Workplace Environments.
7: Eco–Efficient Controlling of Material Flows with Flow Cost Accounting: ERP–Based Solutions of the ECO Rapid Project.
8: Advanced Middleware for eScience Applied to Environmental Integrated Systems.
9: Linking Economic Optimisation and Simulation Models to Environmental Material Flow Networks for Ecoefficiency.
10: Virtual Networking Without a Backpack? Resource Consumption of Information Technologies.
11: Supporting Change Toward Sustainability.
12: A Social Context Model for Discussion Process Analysis.
13: E–Organization and the Sustainable Information Society.
14: Corporate Sustainability Reporting: A Case for the Internet.
15: Web Portals: A Tool for Environmental Management.
16: From “Industrial Symbiosis” to “Sustainability Networks”.
17: Information Systems for Co–Operative Procurement of Organic Food as a Basis for Decentralised Eco–Villages.
18: ORISS: A Web–Based Carpooling System.
19: Citizen–Centered Environmental Information Dissemination via Multiple Information Channels.
20: Accessing Public Sector Environmental Data and Information: Development and Demonstration of a National Portal.
21: Risk Management.
22: The Integration of Safety, Environmental and Quality Management Systems.
23: Support of Integrated Management Systems by the Use of In–Plant Information, Management and Monitoring Systems.
24: Remote Monitoring of Nuclear Power Plants in Baden–Württemberg, Germany.
25: Development of a Decision Support Tool for Technological Risk Management with Remote Sensing and GIS.
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