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The Resource Industry 4.0 : Exploring the Consequences of Climate Change, edited by Elena B. Zavyalova, Elena G. Popkova, (electronic resource)

Industry 4.0 : Exploring the Consequences of Climate Change, edited by Elena B. Zavyalova, Elena G. Popkova, (electronic resource)

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Industry 4.0 : Exploring the Consequences of Climate Change
Title
Industry 4.0
Title remainder
Exploring the Consequences of Climate Change
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edited by Elena B. Zavyalova, Elena G. Popkova
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eng
Summary
This book reflects the futuristic scientific view of the consequences of transition to Industry 4.0 for climate change. The authors present a systemic overview of the current negative consequences of digitization for the environment, new outlines of the energy sphere in Industry 4.0 and the change of the environment pollution level in Industry 4.0. The book also analyses the ecological consequences of growth and development of Industry 4.0, and considers Industry 4.0 as an alternative to fighting climate change. The book presents a view on fighting climate change in Industry 4.0 from the positions of shifting the global community's attention from environment protection to formation of the digital economy. A logical continuation of this book is a view from the opposite side, which would allow reflecting the contribution of Industry 4.0 into fighting climate change and the perspectives of harmonization of these top-priority directions of the global economy's development. This book will be of interest to academics and practitioners interested in climate change and development of Industry 4.0, as well contributing to a national economic policy for fighting climate change and corporate strategies of sustainable development in Industry 4.0. Elena B. Zavyalova is Doctor of Economics, Professor and Head of the Economic Policy Department at MGIMO University, Moscow, Russia. She teaches Russian Economy, Economy of the Former Soviet Countries, National Economic Security, Economic Policy, Public-Private Partnership, Sustainable Development and International Development Assistance. She is an active participant in programs of the World Bank and Beijing Normal University (China). She is a co-author of several research papers for the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation, author of over scientific 60 publications. Elena G. Popkova is Doctor of Economics and Professor at MGIMO University, Moscow, Russia. She is President of the autonomous non-profit organization "Institute of Scientific Communications". Elena G. Popkova organizes Russian and international scientific and practical conferences and is the editor and author of collective monographs, and serves as a guest editor of international scientific journals. She has published more than 300 works in Russian and foreign peer-reviewed scientific journals and books.--
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  • Popkova, Elena G
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  • International economics
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Industry 4.0 : Exploring the Consequences of Climate Change, edited by Elena B. Zavyalova, Elena G. Popkova, (electronic resource)
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Contents
Part I. Energy sphere in Industry 4.0 -- Chapter 1. Growth of energy consumption during automatization of production, distribution, and consumption in Industry 4.0 -- Chapter 2. Energy crisis management in Industry 4.0 -- Chapter 3. Renewable energy and evaluation of its applicability in Industry 4.0 -- Chapter 4. Alternative sources of energy and perspectives of their development in Industry 4.0 -- Chapter 5. Consequences of Industry 4.0 for the energy sphere in modern Russia.-Part II. Pollution of environment in Industry 4.0 -- Chapter 6. Increase of production and consumption waste in the course of economic growth and digital modernization -- Chapter 7. Perspectives of decrease of production waste in the circular model of development of Industry 4.0 -- Chapter 8. "Smart" consumption and its consequences for environment pollution -- Chapter 9. Environment pollution in Industry 4.0 in Russia's regional economy: linear practices vs. circular initiatives -- Chapter 10. Macro-level consequences of digitization of the Russian economy for production waste and climate change -- Part III. Ecological consequences of growth and development of Industry 4.0 -- Chapter 11. Consequences of transition to Industry 4.0 for economy's resource efficiency: the specifics of developed and developing countries -- Chapter 12. Ecological consequences of development of "smart" productions in countries that implement the resource models of economic growth -- Chapter 13. Post-industrial economies on the path to Industry 4.0: consequences for fighting climate change -- Chapter 14. Consumer society in Industry 4.0: mass needs and individual limitations, dictates by the digital society, based on ecological responsibility -- Chapter 15. Ecological consequences of transition to Industry 4.0 for Russia: economic growth vs. environment protection -- Part IV. Industry 4.0 as an alternative to fighting climate change -- Chapter 16. Competition between "green" projects and projects in the sphere of Industry 4.0 in the global investments markets -- Chapter 17. Limited opportunities of financing of national projects in the sphere of Industry 4.0 and fighting climate change in the conditions of deficit of budget assets -- Chapter 18. Competition between initiatives of international organizations for supporting the practices of transition to Industry 4.0 and the practices of fighting climate change -- Chapter 19. Investment and innovative decisions of corporate structures during making a choice between transition to Industry 4.0 and "green" production -- Chapter 20. The alternative character of national projects in the sphere of Industry 4.0 and fighting climate change in modern Russia -- Part V. A systemic view at consequences of Industry 4.0 for climate change -- Chapter 21. The anthropogenic scenario of development of the global economy based on Industry 4.0: consequences for climate change -- Chapter 22. Scenario of moderate digitization of the global economy based on Industry 4.0 and delayed climate change fighting -- Chapter 23. Scenario of well-balanced development of Industry 4.0 and "green" economy in the global economy -- Chapter 24. Scenario analysis of the consequences of Industry 4.0 for climate change in modern Russia -- Chapter 25. The concept of limiting the negative influence of Industry 4.0 on environment in Russia
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978-3-030-75405-1
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Edition
1st ed. 2021.
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1 online resource (XLVIII, 425 pages)
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multiple file formats
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  • online
  • electronic
Isbn
9783030754051
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uncompressed
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computer
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  • c
Other physical details
74 illustrations, 29 illustrations in color.
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Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1263662302
Label
Industry 4.0 : Exploring the Consequences of Climate Change, edited by Elena B. Zavyalova, Elena G. Popkova, (electronic resource)
Link
https://eui.idm.oclc.org/login?url=https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-75405-1
Publication
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mixed
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
not applicable
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Part I. Energy sphere in Industry 4.0 -- Chapter 1. Growth of energy consumption during automatization of production, distribution, and consumption in Industry 4.0 -- Chapter 2. Energy crisis management in Industry 4.0 -- Chapter 3. Renewable energy and evaluation of its applicability in Industry 4.0 -- Chapter 4. Alternative sources of energy and perspectives of their development in Industry 4.0 -- Chapter 5. Consequences of Industry 4.0 for the energy sphere in modern Russia.-Part II. Pollution of environment in Industry 4.0 -- Chapter 6. Increase of production and consumption waste in the course of economic growth and digital modernization -- Chapter 7. Perspectives of decrease of production waste in the circular model of development of Industry 4.0 -- Chapter 8. "Smart" consumption and its consequences for environment pollution -- Chapter 9. Environment pollution in Industry 4.0 in Russia's regional economy: linear practices vs. circular initiatives -- Chapter 10. Macro-level consequences of digitization of the Russian economy for production waste and climate change -- Part III. Ecological consequences of growth and development of Industry 4.0 -- Chapter 11. Consequences of transition to Industry 4.0 for economy's resource efficiency: the specifics of developed and developing countries -- Chapter 12. Ecological consequences of development of "smart" productions in countries that implement the resource models of economic growth -- Chapter 13. Post-industrial economies on the path to Industry 4.0: consequences for fighting climate change -- Chapter 14. Consumer society in Industry 4.0: mass needs and individual limitations, dictates by the digital society, based on ecological responsibility -- Chapter 15. Ecological consequences of transition to Industry 4.0 for Russia: economic growth vs. environment protection -- Part IV. Industry 4.0 as an alternative to fighting climate change -- Chapter 16. Competition between "green" projects and projects in the sphere of Industry 4.0 in the global investments markets -- Chapter 17. Limited opportunities of financing of national projects in the sphere of Industry 4.0 and fighting climate change in the conditions of deficit of budget assets -- Chapter 18. Competition between initiatives of international organizations for supporting the practices of transition to Industry 4.0 and the practices of fighting climate change -- Chapter 19. Investment and innovative decisions of corporate structures during making a choice between transition to Industry 4.0 and "green" production -- Chapter 20. The alternative character of national projects in the sphere of Industry 4.0 and fighting climate change in modern Russia -- Part V. A systemic view at consequences of Industry 4.0 for climate change -- Chapter 21. The anthropogenic scenario of development of the global economy based on Industry 4.0: consequences for climate change -- Chapter 22. Scenario of moderate digitization of the global economy based on Industry 4.0 and delayed climate change fighting -- Chapter 23. Scenario of well-balanced development of Industry 4.0 and "green" economy in the global economy -- Chapter 24. Scenario analysis of the consequences of Industry 4.0 for climate change in modern Russia -- Chapter 25. The concept of limiting the negative influence of Industry 4.0 on environment in Russia
Control code
978-3-030-75405-1
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
1st ed. 2021.
Extent
1 online resource (XLVIII, 425 pages)
File format
multiple file formats
Form of item
  • online
  • electronic
Isbn
9783030754051
Level of compression
uncompressed
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
74 illustrations, 29 illustrations in color.
Quality assurance targets
absent
Reformatting quality
access
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1263662302

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