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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 ...
Hurdles on the way to the starting gate – the going’s good as long as we don’t fall at the water jump: a 3rd sector organisation delivering in partnership with local authorities.
(Knowledge Transfer Partnerships at the University of Brighton., 2011)
Knowledge Transfer Partnerships can raise the profile of the host organisation and provide greater access to new areas of knowledge and influence. They provide additional skills and opportunities for existing staff to ...
A scoping study towards an LCA for Quorn mince.
(LCA Food 2010, 2010)
Carbon Management Planning in UK Universities: A Journey to Low Carbon Built Environment
Climate change and increasing carbon emissions are the biggest challenges for the modern world. Organisations are facing increasing pressure from governments and stakeholders to reduce carbon emissions. The Higher Education ...
Mycoprotein, life cycle analysis and the food 2030 challenge.
(Association of Applied Biologists., 2010)
Food 2030, the UK Government's strategic response to developing a sustainable food supply chain, suggests a need to reduce our consumption of meat and its impact on our health and the environment. Quorn is the world's ...
Looking in or looking out? Top-down change and operational capability.
(GESIS - Leibniz-Institut für Sozialwissenschaften, 2011)
Strategic intentions reflect the aspirations of an organization. They can also be translated into targets for the rest of the organization and structures, procedures, measures and associated rules introduced to meet them. ...