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Fostering Cross-Industry Sustainability With Intelligent Technologies
Practical application of scientific knowledge to resolve real-world issues, including those related to environmental sustainability.
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Intelligent Engineering and Applied Sciences for Comprehensive Environmental Sustainability: An Interdisciplinary and Cross-Sectoral Approach
Arkar Htet (Lincoln University College, Malaysia), Sui Reng Liana (Lincoln University College, Malaysia), Theingi Aung (Lincoln University College, Malaysia), and Amiya Bhaumik (Lincoln University College, Malaysia)
DOI: 10.4018/979-8-3693-1638-2.ch012
Environmental sustainability is vital in combating climate change, pollution, and resource depletion. This chapter explores four domains, utilizing intelligent engineering and applied sciences. It first addresses pollution control, utilizing technologies such as electrostatic precipitators and AI-enabled monitoring. Next, it emphasizes waste management, focusing on waste-to-energy and AI in recycling. The third section evaluates sustainable construction, exploring bio-based materials and green practices. Fourth, it highlights climate change mitigation through clean energy, efficiency measures, and CCUS technology. Additionally, the chapter underscores interdisciplinary collaboration and cross-sectoral partnerships for innovative, sustainable solutions. With practical case studies, the chapter offers a comprehensive view of how technology contributes to sustainability, inspiring future research and collaboration.
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An Interdisciplinary Inquiry Into Sustainable Supply Chain Management
Scientific disciplines that apply existing scientific knowledge to develop more practical applications such as technology or inventions. Engineering, for example, is an applied science.
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Disability and Careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics
A set of disciplines that are concerned with applying scientific knowledge to the development of practical applications.
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