Green IS and Sustainability (SIG Green)

Sustainability and climate change are global issues with many cultural, organizational, technical, social, regulatory, economic, and individual dimensions. Just as computer-based information systems have been a driving force for societal progress, Green IS can be a driving force for strategic sustainable solutions in organizations and communities. Green IS enables the transformative power of information systems to support the multiple dimensions of sustainability. It addresses the world’s greatest challenges including shrinking access to non-renewable resources, decreased energy and food security, and environmental degradation due to climate change. IS can play a pivotal role in enabling sustainable solutions, which greatly increase the effectiveness and efficiency of modern communities and enterprises. Consequently, IS research can contribute in such transformation towards a multidimensional perspective to sustainability.

Track Chairs:
Chadi Aoun, Carnegie Mellon University chadi@cmu.edu
Npratyush Bharati, University of Massachusetts pratyush.bharati@umb.edu
Nui Vatanasakdakul, Carnegie Mellon University savanid@cmu.edu

Schedule

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2021
Monday, August 9th
12:00 AM

Classification of Real-World Microgrids Based on a Morphological Analysis

Jana Gerlach, Information Systems Institute, Leibniz Universität Hannover
Sarah Eckhoff, Information Systems Institute, Leibniz Universität Hannover
Oliver Werth, Leibniz Universität Hannover
Tobias Kraschewski, Leibniz University of Hanover
Tim Brauner, Leibniz University of Hanover
Michael H. Breitner, Leibniz Universität Hannover

12:00 AM

Effectiveness of Driver Monitoring Applications: A Comparison of the Benefits

Dicle Berfin Köse, Tampere University

12:00 AM

Exploring Citizens’ Adoption of Sustainable Innovations Implemented by Cities and Municipalities: A Research Agenda

Cindy Schaefer, Universität Siegen
Aida Stelter, University of Siegen
Marius Mueller, University of Siegen

12:00 AM

Reduce CO2 Emissions by Applying Digital Twins while Operating Wind Power Plants

Lars Brehm, Hochschule München - University of Applied Sciences
Tatjana Fahrner, Hochschule München - University of Applied Sciences
Yvonne Gutmann, Hochschule München – University of Applied Sciences
Sarah Maria Heimerl, Munich University of Applied Sciences

12:00 AM

Toward Digital Interventions to Overcome Intergenerational Discounting: A Design Science Approach

Kenan Degirmenci, Queensland University of Technology

12:00 AM