A Repository for References to Green IS Papers

Mendeley is a software platform for managing references and enabling groups to establish collections of references on a particular topic.
A SIGGreen Group has been set up on Mendeley to start a collection of references to Green IS papers.
If you want to add references please apply to join the Group here: Join SIGGreen Mendeley Group.

Please add the references to your publications on Green IS to this repository.

Books and Book Chapters
  • Watson, R.T., Boudreau, M.C., Chen, A., & Huber, M. H. (2008). Green IS: Building Sustainable Business Practices. In R.T. Watson (Ed.), Information Systems: A Global Text (pp. 1-17) Athens, GA: Global Text Project. Available here
  • Management Association, USA, I. (2011). Green Technologies: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications, pp. 1-2156. Papers are available here
  • Watson, R. T., & Boudreau, M.C. (2011). Energy Informatics. Athens, GA: Green ePress.
  • vom Brocke, J.,Seidel, S., & J. Recker (Eds.). (2012). Green Business Process Management: Towards the Sustainable Enterprise. Heidelberg: Springer.

Phd Thesis
  • Aoun, C. (2010). Investigating the Emergence of Electronically Enabled Environmental Collaboration: An Actor-Network Theory Study in Multiple Contexts, The University of New South Wales, Sydney

Journals and Magazines
  • Melville, N. (2010). Information Systems Innovation for Environmental Sustainability. MIS Quarterly, 34(1), pp.1-21.
  • Watson, R.T., Boudreau, M.C. & Chen, A. (2010). Information Systems and Environmentally Sustainable Development: Energy Informatics and New Directions for the IS Community. MIS Quarterly, 34(1), pp. 23-38.
  • Watson, R.T., Boudreau, M.C., Li, S., & Levis, J. (2010). Telematics at UPS: En Route to Energy Informatics. MISQ Executive, 9(1), 1-11.
  • Dedrick, J. (2010). Green IS: Concepts and Issues for Information Systems Research. Communications of AIS, 27, pp. 172-184.
  • Jenkin, T., Webster, J., & McShane, L. (2011). An Agenda for ‘Green’ Information Technology and Systems Research, Information and Organization, 21(1), pp.17-40.
  • Elliot, S. (2011). Transdisciplinary Perspectives on Environmental Sustainability: A Resource Base and Framework for IT-enabled Business Transformation. MIS Quarterly, 35(1), pp. 197-236
  • Seidel, S., Recker, J., & vom Brocke, J. (2013). Sensemaking and Sustainable Practicing: Functional Affordances of Information Systems in Green Transformations. Management Information Systems Quarterly (MIS Quarterly), 37(4), pp. 1275-1299.
  • Loock, C. M., Staake, T., & Thiesse, F. (2013). Motivating Energy-Efficient Behavior with Green IS: An Investigation of Goal Setting and the Role of Defaults. MIS Quarterly, 37(4), pp. 1313-1332.
  • Malhotra, A., Melville, N. P., & Watson, R. T. (2013). Spurring impactful research on information systems for environmental sustainability. MIS Quarterly, 37(4), pp. 1265-1274.

Special Issues of Journals

Workshop Proceedings
  • SIGGreen collection in AIS eLibrary. Papers can be found here

Working Papers
  • Molla, A., Pittayachawan, S. & Corbitt, B. (2009). Green IT Diffusion: An International Comparison. No. Green IT Working Paper No.1/2009). Melbourne, Australia: School of Business Information Technology RMIT University.

AIS Conference Papers
  • Elliot, S. (2007). Environmentally Sustainable ICT: A Critical Topic for IS Research? Proceedings of PACIS 2007, pp. 100-112.
  • Aoun, C., Vatanasakdakul, S. & Cecez-Kecmanovic, D. (2011). Can IS Save the World? Collaborative Technologies for Eco-Mobilisation, Proceedings of ACIS 2011
  • Cardoso, A. & Carvalho, J.A. (2011). Using Green IS to Encourage Recycling Behavior. Proceedings of MCIS 2011, paper 23
  • Ijab, M.T. & Molla, A. (2011). The Study of Green Information Systems From the Theory of Practice Perspective. Proceedings of MICS 2011, paper 24
  • Zampou, E. & Pramatari, K. (2011). How Green Are E-government Services? Proceedings of MCIS 2011, paper 25
  • Seidel, S., Recker, J., & vom Brocke, J. (2010). Enablers and Barriers to the Organizational Adoption of Sustainable Business Practices. Proceedings of AMCIS 2010
  • Seidel, S., & Recker, J. (2012). Implementing Green Business Processes: The Importance of Functional Affordances of Information Systems. Proceedings of ACIS 2012
  • Feuerriegel, S., Strueker, J., & Neumann, D. (2012). Reducing Price Uncertainty through Demand Side Management. Proceedings of ICIS 2012 (PDF)
  • Brandt, T., Feuerriegel, S., & Neumann, D. (2013). A Household-oriented Approach to the Benefits of Vehicle-to-Grid-capable Electric Vehicles. Proceedings of WI 2013 (PDF)
  • Feuerriegel, S., Bodenbenner, P., & Neumann, D. (2013). Is More Information Better Than Less? Understanding the Impact of Demand Response Mechanisms in Energy Markets. Proceedings of ECIS 2013 (PDF)
  • Bodenbenner, P., Feuerriegel, S., & Neumann, D. (2013). Design Science in Practice: Designing an Electricity Demand Response System. Proceedings of DESRIST 2013 (PDF)
  • Brandt, T., Feuerriegel, S., & Neumann, D. (2013). Shaping a Sustainable Society: How Information Systems Utilize Hidden Synergies between Green Technologies. Proceedings of ICIS 2013 (PDF)
  • Bodenbenner, P., & Feuerriegel, S. (2014). Costs of Integrating Demand Response Systems in Electricity Markets. Proceedings of ECIS 2014 (PDF)

Other Conferences
  • vom Brocke, J., & Seidel, S.l. (2012). Environmental Sustainability in Design Science Research: Direct and Indirect Effects of Design Artifacts.Proceedings of DESRIST 2012