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The human resources management contribution to social responsibility and environmental sustainability: explorations from Ibero-America
Abstract In this paper we aim to advance the discussion on HRM’s quest to create value around social responsibility and environmental sustainability. We explore the perceptions reported by Human
Creating sustainable value in the hospitality industry: a (critical) multi-stakeholder study in the Dominican Republic
ABSTRACT This paper identifies sustainable initiatives reported by “sustainability-champion” hotels in the Dominican Republic, while contrasting them against the views of key stakeholders. We adapt
Side-by-Side Testing of Water Heating Systems: Results from the 2010 - 2011 Evaluation
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Roof Integrated Solar Absorbers: The Measured Performance of ''Invisible'' Solar Collectors: Preprint
The Florida Solar Energy Center (FSEC), with the support of the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, has investigated the thermal performance of solar absorbers that are an integral, yet
Putting Organizational Culture at the Heart of Industrial–Organizational Psychology's Research Agenda on Sustainability: Insights From Iberoamerica
JOSE M. ALCARAZ Barna Business School and IESE Business School (IRCO) EDGAR E. KAUSEL University of Chile CARLOS COLÓN Barna Business School MARCO IVÁN ESCOTTO IPADE Business School ISIS
CSR: Does It Foster Inclusion and Diversity? An Exploratory Study in the Ibero-American Countries
This paper aims to develop the theoretical concept of social CSR through an empirical study focusing on the Ibero-American hospitality industry. We examined social initiatives in general and, in pa...
Performance of Four Near Zero Energy Homes: Lessons Learned
While the idea of a zero or near zero energy home is well understood, the actual performance of the structure can be different than expected. High performance homes necessitate increasingly complex
Assessing the Economic and Environmental Impacts Associated with Current Street Lighting Technologies
Abstract : Rising global energy demand and natural disasters continuously threaten energy supplies and prices. As a result, the U.S. government has mandated all government agencies to reduce energy