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Training on sustainable use of water in the processing industry
Melita Moretti, Mirko Markič, 2015, original scientific article

Abstract: Namen prispevka je predstaviti izide iz raziskave o vplivih dejavnikov usposabljanja o trajnostni rabi vode (o podpori usposabljanju, ki jo kažejo nadrejeni in sodelavci, spodbudah za uporabo znanj in veščin, pridobljenih med usposabljanjem) in vplivu usposabljanja na tehnično in delovno učinkovitost zaposlenih. Empirično raziskavo smo opravili na vzorcu 328 srednje velikih in velikih podjetij v slovenski predelovalni dejavnosti. Ugotovili smo, da podpora usposabljanju, ki jo kažejo nadrejeni in sodelavci, ter spodbude za uporabo znanj in veščin, pridobljenih med usposabljanjem, statistično značilno in pozitivno vplivajo na uposabljanje o trajnostni rabi vode, uposabljanje o trajnostni rabi vode pa statistično značilno in pozitivno vpliva na tehnično učinkovitost. Izidi iz raziskave prinašajo nova teoretična spoznanja in praktične usmeritve za vse, ki se ukvarjajo z menedžementom trajnostnega razvoja z vidika ohranjanja naravnih virov.
Keywords: Management, water, processing industry, research, sustainable development, training
Published in RUP: 24.01.2018; Views: 2469; Downloads: 69
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Biogas energy development in Slovenia
Štefan Bojnec, Drago Papler, 2013, original scientific article

Abstract: This paper analyses the development of the biogas energy production and use in Slovenia. The major concern is given to ecological, economic and technical determinants in decision making process for selection among alternative biogas energy production plants and use of energy for heating and electricity. The investments into the biogas plants have reduced ecological problems from large environmental polluters in urban and rural areas. Among them are sewage systems, food wastes, wastes from large-scale animal farms, and some other wastes from food-processing and food consumption places. The measures of economic policy, particularly guaranteed prices for purchased electricity from biogas production plants are presented that have contributed to the development of green energy production.
Keywords: biogas energy, ecology, sustainable development, Slovenia
Published in RUP: 15.10.2013; Views: 4506; Downloads: 104
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Serious gaming supporting competence development in sustainable manufacturing
Heiko Duin, Gregor Cerinšek, Manuel Fradinho, Marco Taisch, 2012, independent scientific component part or a chapter in a monograph

Abstract: Becoming a sustainable global manufacturing enterprise is a challenge for almost every manufacturing organization in the world because of its multidimensional nature. Sustainability combines environmental, economic, and social dimensions and is considered to be a complex and hard to learn subject needing a lot of experience and competences. Traditional ways to create such experience and develop competences like role playing and simulations tend to take a lot of time and are expensive. On the other hand, serious gaming has proven to support learners in acquiring new and complex knowledge and is ideally suited to support problem based learning by creating engaging experiences around a contextual problem where users must apply competences to solve these presented challenges. This chapter introduces a new learning environment which is build around a gaming engine supporting the development of competences in specific subject areas. Selected competences in sustainable global manufacturing lead to the definition of scenarios, which then can be executed by a game engine, thus creating experience within the user. A knowledge ecology space allows the user to interact and reflect on learning outcomes with other participants. The subject of sustainable global manufacturing is the application case presented in this chapter showing how specific competences in this area have been identified and how a game scenario has been developed. Finally, its implementation and evaluation is discussed.
Keywords: serious games, competences, development, computer games, sustainable manufacturing
Published in RUP: 15.10.2013; Views: 3797; Downloads: 158
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Facing the new challenge
Tea Ward, 2005, undergraduate thesis

Keywords: entrepreneurship, eco-efficiency, sustainable development, triple bottom line, ISO 14001, economic view, Kyoto protocol, staff, job security, diplomska dela
Published in RUP: 15.10.2013; Views: 2981; Downloads: 121
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