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Achieving Sustainable Community-Based Tourism in Rural Myanmar: The Case of River Ayeyarwaddy Dolphin Tourism

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Demand and Characteristics of Customers of Reusable Products in Slovenia

metals embedded in ICT and consumer equipment. Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 98, 9–18. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.resconrec.2015.03.003 Cox, J., Griffith, S., Giorgi, S., & King, G. (2013). Consumer understanding of product lifetimes. Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 79, 21–29. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.resconrec.2013.05.003 Dindarian, A., Gibson, A. A. P., & Quariguasi-Frota-Neto, J. (2012). Electronic product returns and potential reuse opportunities: A microwave case study in the United Kingdom. Journal of Cleaner Production, 32, 22

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Assessing the influence of Information and Communication Technologies on energy productivity

cultural dimensions of Hofstede’s model and the consumption of renewable energies, Energy Policy , 118, July 2018, 160-168. Romm, J. (2002). The internet and the new energy economy. Resources, Conservation and Recycling , 36(3), October 2002, 197-210. Sapprasert, K. (2007). The impact of ICT on the growth of the service industries , Working Papers on Innovation Studies 20070531, Centre for Technology, Innovation and Culture, University of Oslo, revised Apr 2010. World Economic Forum (2018). What is ‘networked readiness’ and why does it matter

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Qualitative Research in WoS of the Link between Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Financial Performance

2019. Gulf Oil Spill available at https://ocean.si.edu/conservation/pollution/gulf-oil-spill accessed March 2019, it is recognized as the worst oil spill in US history. The Deepwater Horizon oil platform accident concerns the catastrophic explosions of April 20, 2010, which took place at the British Petroleum Deepwater Horizon drilling rig, located in the Gulf of Mexico, about 65 kilometers south of the Louisiana State Coast the area of the oil field known as Macondo Prospect. Inoue, Y., and Lee, S. (2011). Effect of different dimensions of corporate

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Effects of Energy Use on Socioeconomic Predictors in Africa: Synthesizing Evidence

.gloenvcha.2013.03.010 28. Margolis, J., Hockenberry, J., Grossman, M., Chou, S.-Y., (2014), Moral Hazard and Less Invasive Medical Treatment for Coronary Artery Disease: The Case of Cigarette, NBER Working Paper Series, (Working Paper 20373). 29. Marshall, V.M., Lewis, M.M., Ostendorf, B., Sheldon, A.R., Menzies, N.W., Daneshgar, P.P., … Buckley, Y.M., (2017), Social Well-Being in Northern Ireland: A Longitudinal Study 1958-1998, Biological Conservation, 44(0), 1–12. https://doi.org/10.1007/sl 30. Martins, J., (2005), The Impact of the Use of Energy Sources

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Evidence on the Nexus Between Electricity Consumption and Economic Growth through Empirical Investigation of Uganda

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Effect of Monetary Incentives on the Demand for Electricity of Domestic Consumers – Case of Israel

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Effect of Self-esteem on Perceived Job Insecurity: The Moderating Role of Self-efficacy and Gender

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Energy efficiency solutions for driers used in the glass manufacturing and processing industry

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Energy conservation is relevant to increasing efficiency in energy projects, by saving energy, by its’ rational use or by switching to other forms of energy. The goal is to secure energy supply on short and long term, while increasing efficiency. These are enforced by evaluating the companies’ energy status, by monitoring and adjusting energy consumption and organising a coherent energy management. The manufacturing process is described, starting from the state and properties of the raw material and ending with the glass drying technological processes involved. Raw materials are selected considering technological and economic criteria. Manufacturing is treated as a two-stage process, consisting of the logistic, preparation aspect of unloading, transporting, storing materials and the manufacturing process itself, by which the glass is sifted, shredded, deferrized and dried. The interest of analyzing the latter is justified by the fact that it has a big impact on the final energy consumption values, hence, in order to improve the general performance, the driers’ energy losses are to be reduced. Technological, energy and management solutions are stated to meet this problem. In the present paper, the emphasis is on the energy perspective of enhancing the overall efficiency. The case study stresses the effects of heat recovery over the efficiency of a glass drier. Audits are conducted, both before and after its’ implementation, to punctually observe the balance between the entering and exiting heat in the drying process. The reduction in fuel consumption and the increase in thermal performance and fuel usage performances reveal the importance of using all available exiting heat from processes. Technical faults, either in exploitation or in management, lead to additional expenses. Improving them is in congruence with the energy conservation concept and is in accordance with the Energy Efficiency Improvement Program for industrial facilities.

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Catering for large numbers of tourists: the McDonaldization of casual dining in Kruger National Park

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