ISSN: 2188-1146 – The European Conference on Sustainability, Energy and the Environment 2016: Official Conference Proceedings

ECSEE2016 The Jurys Inn Brighton Waterfront, Brighton, United Kingdom
ECSEE2015 Conference Theme: “Justice & Sustainability”
Thursday, July 7 - Sunday, July 10, 2016
ISSN: 2188-1146

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Proceedings Contents


Techno-Economic Analysis of a Grid-Connected Hybrid Biogas/Photovoltaic Power Generation System in the Mediterranean Region
Kasım Zor

Özgür Çelik
Ahmet Teke

Environmental Justice and Sustainability: Evaluating the Built Environment Professional Practices in the Nigerian Context
Evelyn Lami Ashelo Allu

The Unlikely Pollution Haven
Elina Berghäll

Modeling Sustainable Futures: Cultural Shift Strategies for Sustainability Leaders Case Study New York City’s Department of Education’s Office of Sustainability
Maya Camou
Lawrence Green

Upward Flow Analysis of Methanol in Hydrofracking
Serdar Celik
Vineel Busa

US, UK and EU Firms Reporting to The Carbon Disclosure Project: The Effect on their CO2 emissions
Adéla Turková
Laurent Donzé

What Drivers Determine CSR Strategies in the Energy Industry? Evidence from Italy
Francesca Mapelli
Marika Arena, Politecnico di Milano
Giovanni Azzone

Curbing Suburban Sprawl: Adding the Education Variable to the Housing + Transportation Model
Rebecca Tudor

Industry Sector Specific Remanufacturing Processes
Steffen Butzer
Sebastian Schötz
Rolf Steinhilper

Improving Management and Technology Selection Process for Petroleum
Hydrocarbon-contaminated Sites by Innovation of 3D Mapping Technology for Soil Characterization

Hamad Almebayedh
Chuxia Lin
Yu Wang

Low Cost Taxis – An Environmentally Friendly Low Cost Transport
A Study made at the City of Lisbon, Portugal
José Miguel Aragão Celestino Soares
Fernanda Maria de Almeida

Migration Flows and Municipal Waste Analysis Using the Spatial Panel Durbin Model - The Case of Poland
Elżbieta Antczak

Investment, Energy Consumption and CO2 Emissions: An Analysis on the Strategy of Industry Development
Chung-Huang Huang
Cheng-Yih Hong
Han-Pang Su
Chin-Wen Yang
Jian-Fa Li

Just Transition and the Renewable Energy Industry – To What Extent Does the German Energiewende Consider Decent Work and Job Quality?
Michael Krug