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Management of integrated workplace concepts at multiple locations
Sustainability and the social construction of technology: The case of RWH as source of water supply in Greater Accra
Sustainability and the Social Construction of Technology: The Case of RWH as Source of Water Supply in Greater Accra
The paper discusses the sustainability of roof rainwater harvesting (RWH) in Greater Accra, Ghana We take a holistic approach, but focus especially on the social dimension. The discussion is grounded in a research and development project including a holistic sustainability assessment of selected RWH...
Governance regime factors conducive to innovation uptake in urban water management: Experiences from Europe
Innovative ways to manage the urban water cycle are required to deal with an ageing drinking and waste water infrastructure and new societal imperatives. This paper examines the influence of water governance in enabling transformations and technological innovation uptake in urban water management. A...
Front and Backstage in the Workplace: An Explorative Case Study on Activity Based Working and Employee Perceptions of Control over Work-related Demands
Purpose The ability of employees to handle work-related demands, structure their own work and manage workflow is highly important in today’s complex organisations. This paper aims to explore the impact of the office environment on employees’ ability to control interaction, structure their own work p...
D12.1: Report on governance regime factors conducive to innovation uptake.
RWH for resilience to climate change impact on water availability in Ghana
The report presents results from the project "Rainwater harvesting (RWH) for resilience to climate change impact on water availability in Ghana", funded by the Nordic Climate Facility and carried out by SINTEF in collaboration with the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), Ghana. Th...