|Taking a Byte Out of Carbon - Electronics Innovation for Climate Protection (WRI, 1998, 56 pages)|
Books and Articles
American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS, 1998). AAAS Report XXIII Research & Development FY 1999 Washington, D.C.
Apgar, Mahlon (1998) "The Alternative Workplace Changing Where and How People Work," Harvard Business Review, May/June, p 126.
Aylesworth, Howard (1997) "Use of Global Warming Commitment Concept to Measure the Benefits of Differing Policy Approaches to Reduce Atmospheric Effects of Aviation." Paper prepared for the Third Meeting of die Emissions Working Group, International Civil Aviation Organization May.
Bowman, Karlyn (1996) "Attitudes Toward die Environment Twenty-Five Years after Earth Day," in Linking Science and Technology to Society's Environmental Goals Washington, D C National Research Council Pp. 179-90.
Branscomb, Lewis, and Keller, James (1994) Converging Infrastructures Intelligent Transportation and the National Information Infrastructure Cambridge, Mass The MIT Press.
Conners, Stephen R (1997) "Reducing Electric Sector CO2 Emissions under Competition Facilitating Technology Development and Turnover on Both Sides of the Meter" Paper presented at the International Climate Change Conference, Baltimore, Md. June.
Covert, Eugene (1995) Evolution of the Commercial Airliner," Scientific American Vol. 273, No 3 Pp. 110-14.
Dowel, Roger, Ditz, Daryl, Faeth Paul, Johnson, Nels, Kozloff, Keith, and MacKenzie, James J (1997) Frontiers of Sustainability Environmentally Sound Agriculture, Forestry, Transportation, and Power Production Washington, D C World Resources Institute.
Duffin, Bob, and Frank, Randy (1997) 'Semiconductor Technology for Reducing Emissions and Increasing Efficiency " Mimeo, Motorola Semiconductor Products Sector.
Gabriel, Kaigham (1995) "Engineering Microscopic Machines," Scientific American Vol. 273, No. 3 Pp. 150-53.
Gove, Andrew (1998) 'Shocking News Nortel and Norweb Offer High-speed Internet Access over Electrical Power Lines, The Red Herring, February, p 32.
Harris Poll (1997). No. 63, December 17.
Itoi, Nikki Goth (1998) "Messing with Texas CEO Tom Engibous Tells How Texas Instruments Is Transforming Itself Again," The Red Herring, April, p. 78.
Jaret, Peter (1996) 'Grabbing a Lane on die Information Superhighway,' Electric Power Research Institute Journal On-line at http//www.epri.com/EPRI_Journal/mar_apr96/load.html
"LCD Displays," Reuters Newswire, Jan 14, 1998.
McNeill, Daniel, and Freiberger, Paul (1993) Fuzzy Logic The Revolutionary Computer Technology That Is Changing the World New York Simon and Schuster.
National Research Council (1996) Linking Science and Technology to Society's Goals Washington, D C National Academy Press.
Negroponte, Nicholas (1995) Being Digital New York Alfred Knopf.
Orr, Stephan (1998) "PS '98 Slashes Desktop Power Needs," Electronic Engineering Times, February 2, p. 26.
Ottman, Jacquelyn (1997) "The Tough Part Is Over" Presentation to The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, San Francisco, CA. May 6.
Reid, Alice (1998) "Drivers Doing Daily Chores Increasingly Clog Area Roads Study Finds 75 percent of Trips Are Not Commuting," The Washington Post January 21, 1998, p A1.
Repetto, Robert, and Austin, Duncan (1997) The Costs of Climate Protection A Guide for the Perplexed World Resources Institute, Climate Protection Initiative.
Siemens Corporation (1997) Technology for the Environment.
Sklar, Scott (1997) "Evolution of Three Personal-Based Technologies in a Potential Dynamic Market" Paper presented before the Premium Power Working Group, Lucent Technologies, October 30.
Steinert-Threkeld, Tom (1998) "Cisco Systems Takes on the Really Big Boys in Routing Data " The New York Times, June 8.
Tenner, Edward (1996) Why Things Bite Back Technology and the Revenge of Unintended Consequences New York Alfred Knopf.
U.S. Department of Commerce (1998) The Emerging Digital Economy, April.
U.S. Department of Energy (1997) Scenarios of U S Carbon Reductions Prepared for the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, September 22.
U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT), 1993 Transportation Implications of Telecommuting.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (1997) Solid Waste and Emergency Response, Source Reduction Program Potential Manual A Planning Tool.
Zysman, George (1995) "Wireless Networks," Scientific American Vol. 273, No. 3 Pp. 68-71.
For Bandwidth: http//www.infolibria.com
Niles, John (1994) Telecom/Travel "Beyond Telecommuting New Paradigm for Effect of Telecommunications on Travel" (U S Department of Energy, September 1994) is available on-line at http//www.lbl.gov/ICSD/Niles/
Smart Valley, Inc (1994) http//www.svi.org/PROJECTS/TCOMMUTE/webguide/
For MEMS technology:
http//eto.sysplan.com/ETO/MEMS/index.html, a Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency site.
http//www.parc.xerox.com/parc-go.html, the Xerox Palo Alto Research Center site.
For Home Energy Management:
http//www.csw.com/ccc/eye/hmpg/eye.html for Central Southwest Communication's Choice Com Services.
http//www.epri.com/EPRI_Journal/Jan_feb_95_html/hwy.html#nii for "Load Monitoring Enters the Digital Age," Electric Power Research Institute Journal.
http//www.epri.com/EPRI_Journal/mar_apr96/load.html for Grabbing a Lane on the Information Superhighway," Electric Power Research Institute Journal.
For Electric Paper:
Constanza, Richard, dpiX Displays, Palo Alto, Calif. May 1997.
Elrod, Scott, and Worth, Walter, of SEMATECH, Austin, Tex. April 1997.
Hamilton, Murray, Norel, July 1997.
Kay, Kenneth R., CEO of Infotech Strategies, Washington, D.C. May 1997.
LaPoint, Christine, Director, Market Management Southwestern Bell, St. Louis, Mo. April 1997.
Pitts, Greg, Director of Environmental Programs, Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corporation, Austin, Tex April 1997.
Sheridon, Nick Researcher, Xerox PARC Palo Alto, Calif. May 1997.
White, Bill, Manager of Marketing and Business Development, CSW Communications, Austin, Tex April 1997.
Judith Bayer, United Technologies Corporation, March 6, 1998.
Gail Chandler, Texas Instruments, February 27, 1998.
Edan Dionne, Corporate Environmental Affairs, IBM Corporation.
Bob Duffin, Motorola, June 13, 1997.
Jim Harrison, Intel, March 3, 1998.
Sarah Lawson, InfoLibria, June 1998.
Lee Tischler, Honeywell Corporation, July 21, 1997.
Peter Salavantis, Mitsubishi Electric America, Inc February 25, 1998.
Peter Sinkunus, Ford Motor Company, February 1998.