All Stories

  1. Biomimicry design thinking education: a base-line exercise in preconceptions of biological analogies
  2. Sustainable Urban Innovation Strategies
  3. Sanitary Systems: Challenges for Innovation
  4. Future Options for Sewage and Drainage Systems Three Scenarios for Transitions and Continuity
  5. Why Novel Sanitary Systems are Hardly Introduced?
  6. Creating Circular, Efficient and Symbiotic Cities: And How Higher Education Should Contribute to Create the Solutions that are Required
  7. Urban Symbiosis as a Strategy for Sustainabilising Cities: An Overview of Options and their Potential, Pitfalls and Solutions
  8. Strategic competences for concrete action towards sustainability: An oxymoron? Engineering education for a sustainable future
  9. Organising urban symbiosis projects
  10. Foresight in Organizations
  11. Motivating students and lecturers for education in sustainable development
  12. The dynamics of technological systems integration: Water management, electricity supply, railroads and industrialization at the Göta Älv
  13. Strategic competencies, critically important for Sustainable Development
  14. Sustainable Development as a Meta-Context for Engineering Education
  15. Sustainable Development as a Meta-Context for Engineering Education
  16. Implications of systems integration at the urban level: the case of Hammarby Sjöstad, Stockholm
  17. Advancing Higher Education for Sustainable Development: international insights and critical reflections
  18. Exploring the socio-technical dynamics of systems integration – the case of sewage gas for transport in Stockholm, Sweden
  19. Strategies for Sustainable Technologies: Innovation in Systems, Products, and Services
  20. Policy, Decision-Making, and Management for Sustainable Engineering: Introduction
  21. Impact of New Technologies: How to Assess the Intended and Unintended Effects of New Technologies?
  22. Being Scared is not Enough! Motivators for Education for Sustainable Development
  23. Obituary: Leo Jansen
  24. The dynamics of public opinion on nuclear power. Interpreting an experiment in the Netherlands
  25. How to educate engineers for/in sustainable development
  26. What do EESD “experts” think sustainability is? Which pedagogy is suitable to learn it?
  27. Transition in public participation in Chinese water management
  28. What do engineering students learn in sustainability courses? The effect of the pedagogical approach
  29. Don't preach. Practice! Value laden statements in academic sustainability education
  30. Educating engineers for/in sustainable development? What we knew, what we learned, and what we should learn
  31. “Environmental management systems – a way towards sustainable development in universities”, PhD thesis of Kaisu Sammalisto, successfully defended, 17 December 2007, IIIEE, University of Lund
  32. Conceptual maps: measuring learning processes of engineering students concerning sustainable development
  33. Embedding sustainability in higher education through interaction with lecturers: Case studies from three European technical universities
  34. Innovation for sustainable development: from environmental design to transition management
  35. Sustainability: Necessity for a Prosperous Society
  36. From environmental management to radical technological change: industry in sustainable development
  37. ICT for Development: Illusions, Promises, Challenges, and Realizations
  38. Engineering curricula in sustainable development. An evaluation of changes at Delft University of Technology
  39. Sustainability: necessity for a prosperous society
  40. Engineering education in sustainable development
  41. Towards cleaner production: barriers and strategies in the base metals producing industry
  42. Innovation by disaster: the ozone catastrophe as experiment of forced innovation
  43. Integrating SD into engineering courses at the Delft University of Technology
  44. Engineering education in sustainable development
  45. Engineering education in sustainable development: sustainability as a tool to open up the windows of engineering institutions
  47. Industry in sustainable development: the contribution of regime changes to radical technical innovation in industry
  48. PVC plastic: a history of systems development and entrenchment
  49. A battle of giants: the multiplicity of industrial R&D that produced high-strength aramid fibers
  50. Sustainable Consumption and Production of Plastics?
  51. Traditional and Modern Technology Assessment: Toward a Toolkit
  52. Prospects for external sources of vehicle propulsion
  53. Man-Made Lowlands: History of Water Management and Land Reclamation in the Netherlands
  54. How a patent conflict affects industrial R&D Management
  55. Synthetic fibre technology and company strategy
  56. Innovation processes
  57. Preliminary material
  58. Supplementary material
  59. Patterns of development
  60. Introduction
  61. Measuring sustainability
  62. Technology for Environmental Problems
  63. Design and sustainable development
  64. Technology for sustainable development
  65. Why do we need sustainability?
  66. Why is the current world system unsustainable?
  67. Technology: the culprit or the saviour?
  68. Chlorofluorocarbons: Drivers of their emergence and substitution
  69. Citizen-Driven Collection of Waste Paper (1945–2010): A Government-Sustained Inverse Infrastructure
  70. Sustainable development and economic, social and political structures
  71. Sustainable development and the company: why, what and how?
  72. Conclusions: perceptions, paradoxes and possibilities
  73. What is sustainable technology?