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13-11-2020 | Originalbeitrag / Original article Open Access

Dear supplier, how sustainable are you?

A multiple-case study analysis of a widespread tool for sustainable supply chain management

This article analyses one of the most common tools employed by global focal companies in sustainable supply chain management (SSCM) across all industries: supplier sustainability self-assessment questionnaires. Extant research has moved beyond the …

Authors:
Iain J. Fraser, Martin Müller, Julia Schwarzkopf

01-10-2020 | Originalbeitrag / Original article Open Access

Sharing Economy in der Elektrizitätswirtschaft: Treiber und Hemmnisse

Im Rahmen der Energiewende in Deutschland erfolgt eine schrittweise Dezentralisierung der Energieerzeugung und damit einhergehend nehmen Sharing-Angebote zu. Verglichen mit anderen Branchen ist das Sharing-Angebot in der Elektrizitätswirtschaft …

Authors:
Pia Szichta, Ingela Tietze

17-08-2020 | Originalbeitrag / Original article Open Access

Sustainability empowerment in the workplace: determinants and effects

There is a dynamic stream of research, which examines why and how employees contribute and respond to corporate social responsibility (CSR). Building on these micro-CSR findings, this article makes a contribution to a better understanding of …

Authors:
Christoph Harrach, Sonja Geiger, Ulf Schrader

03-08-2020 | Diskussionsbeitrag / Forum Discussion

Response to “What happened to financially sustainable firms in the corona crisis?”

Author:
Mark A. White

22-07-2020 | Diskussionsbeitrag / Forum Discussion Open Access

What happened to financially sustainable firms in the Corona crisis?

Purpose: Financial sustainability is underrepresented in both research on and the practice of sustainability management and reporting. In this article, we examine empirically how financially sustainable firms performed in the Corona …

Authors:
Thomas Günther, Werner Gleißner, Christian Walkshäusl

09-06-2020 | Originalbeitrag / Original article

Direkte und indirekte Umwelteffekte der Informations- und Kommunikationstechnologie

Informations- und Kommunikationstechnologie (IKT) verursacht direkt, jedoch auch indirekt Umwelteffekte. Die direkten Effekte entstehen durch den Energie- und Ressourcenverbrauch entlang des Lebenszyklus von IKT-Hardware (Produktion, Betrieb und …

Authors:
Jan C. T. Bieser, Vlad C. Coroamă

03-06-2020 | Diskussionsbeitrag / Forum Discussion Open Access

The Corona crisis and climate protection—keeping long-term goals in mind

Cleverly directing economic aid and exploiting synergy potentials for urgently needed investments

Scientific know-how is currently being mobilised worldwide at full speed to better understand the medical mechanisms of COVID-19 propagation and to develop a suitable vaccine. The technological options for working from home, digital coordination …

Authors:
Manfred Fischedick, Uwe Schneidewind

18-05-2020 | Diskussionsbeitrag / Forum Discussion Open Access

Corona and resource resilience—is efficiency still a desirable goal?

Author:
Mario Schmidt