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  • Drivers and barriers to return and recycling of mobile phones : case studies of communication and collection campaigns

    Welfens, Maria J.; Nordmann, Julia; Seibt, Alexandra (2016)
    This article analyses drivers and barriers to returning and recycling mobile phones and their consideration in existing communication and collection campaigns. This is an important issue based on the fact that the mobile phone market is growing rapidly. In 2015 there are nearly 7 billion global mobile cellular subscriptions. This means that, at least theoretically, everyone in the world has access to mobile communication services (ITU 2015). However, the production of mobile phones is link...

    Tentative theses on transformative research in real-world laboratories : first insights from the accompanying research ForReal

    Schäpke, Niko; Stelzer, Franziska; Bergmann, Matthias; Lang, Daniel J. (2017)
    Real-world laboratories are growing in popularity promising a contribution to both: the understanding and facilitation of societal transformation towards sustainability. Baden-Württemberg substantially funds real-world labs as part of the initiative "science for sustainability". To facilitate learning with and from these so-called BaWü-Labs, they are supported by accompanying research conducted by two teams. This article presents first insights and theses on real-world labs as a research form...

    The barriers to low-carbon land-transport and policies to overcome them

    Lah, Oliver (2015)
    Considerable efficiency gains can be made costeffectively to set the transport sector on a sustainable development pathway. They can be achieved through already available technologies and practices, which will not only reduce greenhouse gas emissions significantly, but also generate social, environmental and economic co-benefits. However, progress in the take-up of low-carbon mobility measures substantially lags behind the potential. A number of barriers contribute to this lack of uptake. Thi...

    Towards the circular economy : waste contracting

    Wilts, Claas Henning; Palzkill-Vorbeck, Alexandra (2015)
    The transition towards a circular economy is high on the political agenda and support for innovative business models can be seen as one of the key strategies for its implementation. Nevertheless most of these business models rely on an increasing generation of waste and thus undermine the prevention of waste as top of the waste hierarchy. The paper aims to link this debate to more systemic eco-innovations that offer economic market potentials by reduced material inputs and waste generation. T...

    Energy-efficiency impacts of an air-quality feedback device in residential buildings : an agent-based modeling assessment

    Jensen, Thorben; Holtz, Georg; Baedeker, Carolin; Chappin, Emile J. L. (2016)
    A key factor to energy-efficiency of heating in buildings is the behavior of households, in particular how they ventilate rooms. Energy demand can be reduced by behavioral change; devices can support this by giving feedback to consumers on their behavior. One such feedback device, called the "CO2 meter", shows indoor air-quality in the colors of a traffic light to motivate so called "shock ventilation", which is energy-efficient ventilation behavior. The following effects of the "CO2 meter" a...
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