Carbon Footprint

Scope Note: The measure of the amount of carbon dioxide... that goes into the atmosphere as you go about your daily life." The higher your carbon footprint, the more you pollute the Earth's atmosphere.
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  1. Supplier Selection: A Green Approach with Carbon Footprint Monitoring [Retrieved February 3, 2011]
  2. Research on Logistics Carbon Footprint Analysis System[Retrieved February 3, 2011]
  3. Demonstrating the Application of Digital Product Memories in a Carbon Footprint Scenario [Retrieved February 3, 2011]
  4. An Exergy Footprint Metric Normalized to US Exergy Consumption per Capita [Retrieved February 3, 2011]
  5. A carbon 2.0 framework based on cloud computing [Retrieved February 3, 2011]
  6. Battery Energy Consumption Footprint of Embedded Multimedia Systems [Retrieved February 3, 2011]
  7. Developing Green Supplier Selection Procedure: A DEA Approach [Retrieved February 3, 2011]
  8. Bio-based products: factors that influence their adoption [Retrieved February 3, 2011]
  9. Enhancing the reliability of C and N accounting in economic activities : Integration of bio-geochemical cycle with Eco-LCA [Retrieved February 3, 2011]
  10. An Investigation Into Energy Efficiency Of Data Centre Virtualization [Retrieved February 3, 2011]
  11. iSpace- Smart Monitoring of Higher and Further Institutions in UK [Retrieved February 3, 2011]
  12. LOW CARBON NETWORK PLANNING[Retrieved February 3, 2011]
  13. Towards Green Business Process Management [Retrieved February 3, 2011]
  14. Automating a Building’s Carbon Management[Retrieved February 3, 2011]
  15. Broadband future access networks with low energy consumption impact [Retrieved February 3, 2011]
  16. Feedback based Relaying in Long Term Evolution Systems[Retrieved February 3, 2011]
  17. The POWER of Networking: How Networking can Help Power Management[Retrieved February 3, 2011]
  18. Energy-Efficient Design of Survivable WDM Networks with Shared Backup [Retrieved February 3, 2011]
  19. A Solution to Dynamically Decrease Power Consumption of Wireless Base Stations and Power them with Alternative Energies [Retrieved February 3, 2011]
  20. SON Use Case Study “Energy Saving” for LTE eNBs[Retrieved February 3, 2011]
  21. Plug-in Electric Vehicle Interactions with a Small Office Building: An Economic Analysis using DER-CAM [Retrieved February 4, 2011]
  22. Monitoring system and intelligent control system used in the starting process of a LDH1250HP locomotive [Retrieved February 4, 2011]
  23. Prospect of Enhanced Geothermal System in Baseload Power Generation[Retrieved February 4, 2011]
  24. Discussion of Energy Consumption and Management in Tianjin[Retrieved February 4, 2011]
  25. Road mapping the Future of Sustainable IT [Retrieved February 4, 2011]
  26. Assessing the carbon footprint of water supply and distribution systems [Retrieved February 10, 2011]
  27. A GIS Methodology for Estimating the Carbon Footprint in Municipal Water and Wastewater in Fairfax Country, Virginia. [Retrieved February 10, 2011]
  28. GMPLS Energy Efficiency Scheme for Green Photonic Networks [Retrieved February 10, 2011]
  29. TOM SWIFT AND HIS ELECTRIC AIRSHIP [Retrieved February 10, 2011]
  30. Integrated Photonics for Low-Power Packet Networking [Retrieved February 10, 2011]
  31. A Case for Smartphone Reuse to Augment Elementary School Education[Retrieved February 11, 2011]
  32. Smart infrastructure for carbon foot print analysis of Electric Vehicles [Retrieved February 10, 2011]
  33. The Internet of Things as an Enabler to Supply Chain Innovation [Retrieved February 10, 2011]
  34. North and south: Regional footprints on the transition pathway towards a low carbon, global economy [Retrieved February 12, 2011]
  35. Estimation of the carbon footprint of the Galician fishing activity (NW Spain) [Retrieved February 12, 2011]
  36. Twelve metropolitan carbon footprints [Retrieved February 12, 2011]
  37. Identifying important characteristics of municipal carbon footprints [Retrieved February 12, 2011]
  38. Modeling carbon footprints across the supply chain [Retrieved February 12, 2011]
  39. Carbon footprint of canned mussels from a business-to consumer approach. A starting point for mussel processors and policy makers[Retrieved February 12, 2011]
  40. Modeling the carbon footprint of reflux control [Retrieved February 12, 2011]
  41. Quantifying the Environmental Advantages of Large-Scale Computing[Retrieved February 15, 2011]
  42. Design and Evaluation of a Green Ambulance [Retrieved February 15, 2011]
  43. Energy-aware, Power-aware, and Green Computing for Large Distributed Systems and Applications [Retrieved February 15, 2011]
  44. Collaborative Filtering and Carbon Footprint Calculation [Retrieved January 27, 2011]
  45. The Impact of Smart Grid Residential Energy Management Schemes on the Carbon Footprint of the Household Electricity Consumption [Retrieved January 27, 2011]
  46. Developing a Tool for Routine Carbon Footprint Assessment of Printing Systems [Retrieved January 27, 2011]
  47. Reducing Supply Chain Costs and Carbon Footprint during Product Design [Retrieved January 27, 2011]
  48. Carbon footprint of shopping (grocery) bags in China, Hong Kong and India [Retrieved March 3, 2011]
  49. Optimal energy planning models with carbon footprint constraints [Retrieved March 3, 2011]
  50. A graphical representation of carbon footprint reduction for chemical processes [Retrieved March 3, 2011]
  51. Carbon footprint as environmental performance indicator for the manufacturing industry [Retrieved March 3, 2011]
  52. Comparative performance of six carbon footprint models for use in Ireland [Retrieved March 3, 2011]
  53. Minimising carbon footprint of regional biomass supply chains [Retrieved March 3, 2011]
  54. Forecasting the carbon footprint of road freight transport in 2020 [Retrieved March 3, 2011]
  55. Interactive effects of carbon footprint information and its accessibility on value and subjective qualities of food products [Retrieved March 3, 2011]
  56. Updating the carbon footprint of the Galician fishing activity (NW Spain) [Retrieved March 3, 2011]
  57. Carbon footprints and embodied carbon at multiple scales [Retrieved March 3, 2011]
  58. Air-source heat pump carbon footprints: HFC impacts and comparison to other heat sources [Retrieved March 3, 2011]
  59. Delving into the carbon footprints of Singapore—comparing direct and indirect greenhouse gas emissions of a small and open economic system [Retrieved March 15, 2011]
  60. The carbon footprint and energy consumption of beverage packaging selection and disposal [Retrieved March 15, 2011]
  61. Assessing eddy-covariance flux tower location bias across the Fluxnet-Canada Research Network based on remote sensing and footprint modeling [Retrieved April 28, 2011]
  62. Societies consuming nature: A panel study of the ecological footprints of nations, 1960–2003 [Retrieved April 28, 2011]
  63. A Research on the Evaluation Framework of Carbon Footprint in Large-scale Public Building [Retrieved April 28, 2011]
  64. Locational Carbon Footprint and Renewable Portfolio Policies: A Theory and its Implications for the Eastern Interconnection of the US [Retrieved April 28, 2011]
  65. Real-Time Data Collection for Product Carbon Footprints in Transportation Processes Based on OBD2 and Smartphones [Retrieved April 28, 2011]
  66. Sustainable recovery of nickel from spent hydrogenation catalyst: economics, emissions and wastes assessment [Retrieved April 28, 2011]
  67. Actions for or Coal Enterprises to Shrink the Carbon Footprint [Retrieved April 28, 2011]
  68. Greenhouse gas footprinting for small businesses — The use of input–output data [Retrieved April 28, 2011]
  69. Greener ICT [Retrieved April 28, 2011]
  70. Evaluation of the sustainability of swine manure fertilization in orchard through Ecological Footprint Analysis: results from a case study in Italy [Retrieved April 28, 2011]
  71. A comprehensive set of resource use indicators from the micro to the macro level [Retrieved April 28, 2011]
  72. Energy management on industrial parks in Flanders [Retrieved April 28, 2011]
  73. SolarCore: Solar Energy Driven Multi-core Architecture Power Management [Retrieved April 28, 2011]
  74. Chronologically constrained composite curves for carbon constrained agricultural planning [Retrieved April 28, 2011]
  75. Carbon footprint of shopping (grocery) bags in China, Hong Kong and India [Retrieved May 2, 2011]
  76. Integrating carbon footprint into supply chain management: the case of Hyundai Motor Company (HMC) in the automobile industry [Retrieved May 6, 2011]
  77. Research and Development of Carbon Footprint Analysis In Hunan Province [Retrieved May 6, 2011]
  78. Historical analysis of U.S. electricity markets: Reassessing carbon lock-in [Retrieved June 6, 2011]
  79. A cone-shaped 3D carbon nanotube probe for neural recording [Retrieved June 6, 2011]
  80. Sustainable transport solution for a medium-sized town in Turkey—A case study [Retrieved June 6, 2011]
  81. The greenness of cities: Carbon dioxide emissions and urban development [Retrieved June 6, 2011]
  82. GHG emissions from urbanization and opportunities for urban carbon mitigation [Retrieved June 6, 2011]
  83. Comparison of carbon emissions associated with municipal solid waste management in Germany and the UK [Retrieved June 6, 2011]
  84. Toward understanding the behavior of carbon dioxide and surface energy fluxes in the urbanized semi-arid Salt Lake Valley, Utah, USA [Retrieved June 6, 2011]
  85. Missing carbon reductions? Exploring rebound and backfire effects in UK households [Retrieved June 6, 2011]
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