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Digitally Engaging and Empowering Employees for Energy Demand Reduction: A New Approach for the Next Generation?
Opinion is divided over whether technical solutions or behavioural change strategies offer the best energy savings potential in buildings. Behaviour change initiatives could have impact given current estimates that 30% of ...
Methods for qualitative management research in the context of social systems thinking.
(FQS :Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research., 2010)
The purpose of this article is to provide the reader with an introduction into the FQS special issue "Methods for qualitative management research in the context of social systems thinking." While reviewing papers of this ...
Contrasts of socio-cultural sexual differentiation or discrimination within Chinese and Polish factories in the context of environmental performance.
(Canadian Center of Science and Education, 2008)
Electrochemical peroxidation of contaminated aqueous leachate.
Jump-starting transition? Catalysing grassroots action on climate change
The potential for community-led local sustainability initiatives to play a key role in a transition towards a low-carbon economy has been acknowledged by both policymakers and researchers. To date, such initiatives have ...
Brand communications and CSR.
(Academy of Marketing., 2011)
CASCADE: An Agent Based Framework For Modeling The Dynamics Of Smart Electricity Systems
(Emergent Publications, 2013)
The Complex Adaptive Systems, Cognitive Agents and Distributed Energy (CASCADE) project is developing a framework based on Agent Based Modelling (ABM). The CASCADE Framework can be used both to gain policy and ...
Promoting behaviour change through personalized energy feedback in offices
(Taylor & Francis, 2013-07-27)
A body of research suggests that the provision of energy feedback information to building users can elicit significant energy reductions through behaviour change. However, most studies have focused on energy use in homes ...