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IT-for-Green: Next Generation CEMIS for Environmental, Energy and Resource Management

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Rapp, Barbara (University of Oldenburg)
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Solsbach, Andreas (University of Oldenburg)
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Mahmoud, Tariq (University of Oldenburg)
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Memari, Ammar (University of Oldenburg)
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Bremer, Jörg (University of Oldenburg)
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Chapter Information Technology for Carbon Footprint
Volume Innovations in Sharing Environmental Observations and Information (Part 2)
Conference Innovations in Sharing - Environmental Observations and Information
Ispra, 2011
Year 2011
Abstract of the Article
Contemporary CEMIS do not cope with requirements from the sustainability discussion. At the time of reporting environmental performance, it is too late to set the right course. Without an early identification of cause and effect to anticipate environmental impacts of decisions for timely intervention, potentials for acting precautious remain unemployed. A resource-friendly design of processes and their controlling demands for sustainability oriented organizational structures. The methodical view is often neglected. Innovative solutions are in demand. This versatile task may not be accomplished by science alone. Thus, the ertemis network (http://www.ertemis.eu) supports a new project to further the development of next generation CEMIS. Integrated modules will map the whole product life cycle from input (energy efficiency), transformation processes (production and green logistics) up to the output side (communication and reporting). In this paper, we introduce the IT-for-Green project (http://www.it-for-green.eu) and give an overview of the modules and the objectives we want to achieve.
Pages 573 - 581
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