Session 87
Accepted Papers

12:00 AM 87-1Environmental Decision Making in Airframe Design
Isabelle Delay Saunders, Airbus UK, United Kingdom, Walter Wehrmeyer
12:20 AM 87-2Clusters of innovation for sustainability: a systems approach to sustainable development
Frank Boons, erasmus university, Netherlands
12:40 AM 87-3Creating A Sustainable Future By Means Of A Global Sustainability Brand
Sophie Constance, Constance Creative Marketing, Australia
1:00 AM 87-4Project of Cleaner Technology Capacity Building
Pramote Srisuwan, Bureau of Industrial Environment Technology, Thailand, Mongkol Pruekwatana
1:20 AM 87-5Sustainable Consumption and Innovation: the case of food services and eating out
Jaco Quist, "Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management", Netherlands
1:40 AM 87-6The Impact of Firm's Social Investments on its Financial Performance
Christel Decock Good and Laurent Georges, EDHEC, France
2:00 AM 87-7INNOVATING FOR SUSTAINABLE BUILDING: GUIDELINES FOR THE MAKING OF DEMONSTRATION PROJECTS
Paula Femenías, Dep. of Built Environment and Sustainable Development, Sweden, Anke Van Hal
2:20 AM 87-8Integrating Education for Sustainability into the Key Conversations in Management Education
Michael Meeks and Bruce Paton, San Francisco State University, USA
2:40 AM 87-9Integrating Human and Ecological Factors: a Systematic Approach to Innovation for Corporate Sustainability
Suzanne Benn1, Dexter Dunphy2 and Andrew Griffiths2, (1)School of Management, Australia; (2)School of Management
3:00 AM 87-10Backcasting for Industrial Transformations and System Innovations towards Sustainability
Jaco Quist, "Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management", Netherlands
3:20 AM 87-11Sustainable development applied to SMEs. A research campaign in 60 Italian companies
Aldo Pilisi, Associazione Industriale Bresciana, Italy, Alessia Venturelli, Associazione Industriale Bresciana
3:40 AM 87-12Integrating Social and Environmental Issues with Business Strategy and Operations - The Case Study of Mountain Equipment Co-op
Chad Park, The Natural Step Canada, Canada, R.J. Orsato and Denise Taschereau
4:00 AM 87-13Modeling of Education towards Sustainable Development
László Tóth, Head of Department of World Economics and Comparative Economics, Hungary, Klára Szita Tóth, Head of Department of World Economics and Comparative Economics
4:20 AM 87-14The determinants of the business environmental response:
Isabelle Callens, Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium
4:40 AM 87-15Pragmatic Challenge of Sustainable Development: Lessons From Shell Canada Limited
Pong Leung, IIIEE, Sweden, Renato J. Orsato
5:00 AM 87-16Reduction of Gaseous Emissions from Sulphuric Acid Plants
Inder Lal Bansal, Siel Limited, India
5:20 AM 87-17Inspection Strategies
Jens Peter Mortensen, ROVESTA Enviroment I/S, Denmark
5:40 AM 87-18Pavement Life-cycle Assessment Tool for Environmental and Economic Effects (PaLATE)
Sergio Pacca, University of California, USA, Arpad Horvath, UC Berkeley, USA
6:00 AM 87-19The Environmental and Economic Benefits for Clean Technology: ALBA Case
Ali Al-hesabi, "Public Commision for the Protection of Marine Resources, Environment and Wildlife", Bahrain
6:20 AM 87-20Where is Industry in Sustainable Development Stategies?
Ralph Luken, United Nations Industrial Development Organization, Austria
6:40 AM 87-21Environmental reporting in the context of Socially Responsible Investment (SRI).
Esther Garcia, Ethical Investment Research Services (EIRIS) Ltd, United Kingdom
7:00 AM 87-22Sustainability of Innovative Regional Development: Southeastern Anatolia Project of Turkey As a Case Study
Bulent Acma, "Anadolu University,Department of Economics", Turkey
7:20 AM 87-23ENVIRONMENTAL REPORTING AND RESSOURCE DEPENDENCY: EXPLAINING VARIATION IN MINING FIRMS ENVIRONMENTAL REPORTING
Knud Sinding, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark, Philip Peck
7:40 AM 87-24Eco-Industrial Park(EIP) and It's Application In Korea
Jeongin Kim, Chung-AngUniversity, South Korea, Heon-Bae Jeong, Chung-AngUniversity
8:00 AM 87-25MANAGING ANTAGONISTIC ASSETS - Deliberate Resource Misfit as a Dynamic Capability
Kai Hockerts, INSEAD, France
8:20 AM 87-26"Transboundary Winter Fog in Pakistan: causes, concerns and options"
Ahmad Saeed, IUCN – The World Conservation Union, Pakistan
8:40 AM 87-27Disposal of obsolete pesticides in the Sudan: A step toward Sustainable development
Aarif H. El-Mubarak, Research Institute, Saudi Arabia

Technical Program

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