Business & Information Systems Engineering
Call for Papers
While in the past information technol- ogy was mostly seen as a contributor to environmental degradation, recent stud- ies suggest that information systems (IS) can indeed enable sustainable processes, products, and services. Specifically, infor- mation systems are expected to create an impact on individual beliefs about en- vironmental sustainability, enable more sustainable work practices through virtu- alization and remote work, enable orga- nizations to meet compliance imperatives
and social norms, or increase resource ef- ficiency. In this context, notions such as energy informatics or green business pro- cess management have emerged. The IS discipline is thus challenged to explore the potential of information systems to contribute to the betterment of the nat- ural environment by enabling more sus- tainable work practices at individual, or- ganizational, and societal levels.
vom Brocke, Jan; Seidel, Stefan; Loos, Peter; and Watson, Richard T.
"Green IS – Information Systems for Environmental Sustainability,"
Business & Information Systems Engineering:
Vol. 4: Iss. 1, 47-47.
Available at: https://aisel.aisnet.org/bise/vol4/iss1/8