Session 67
Tuesday, 14 October 2003
4:00 PM-5:15 PM
Hotel Nikko San Francisco - 3rd floor, Carmel I
Global Division of Labor
Track 1: What does sustainability mean for industrial development?
Theme 1A: Sustainability and Underserved Populations, Sustainable Development in the 3rd World
Chair:Hong Xuan Nguyen
4:00 PM 67-1Globalisation and the environment: the long-term effects of technological change on the international division of labour and energy demand
Marcela Miozzo1, Paul Dewick2 and Ken Green2, (1)CROMTEC/Institute of Innovation Research, United Kingdom; (2)CROMTEC/Institute of Innovation Research
4:10 PM 67-2E-Sustainability or E-Pollution? - Information and Communication Technologies, Sustainable Development, and China
Jacob Park, Green Mountain College, USA
4:20 PM 67-3"Big net, little fish: the potential implementation deficit of the European Directive on Waste from Electrical and Electronic Equipment"
Lauren Darby and Frances Hines, Cardiff University, United Kingdom
4:30 PM 67-4Producers and Consumers and the Need for New Relationships : Social Responsibility and Electronics and Electrical Product Life Cycle Management
Frances Hines, "ESRC Centre for Business Relationships, Accountability, Sustainability and Society (BRASS)", United Kingdom
4:40 PM Dialogue

Technical Program

The 11th International Conference - Innovating for Sustainability (October 12-15, 2003)