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Tools, Systems and Human Technology

The "Tools, Systems and Human Technology" library section primarily provides reports and research papers around the issue of ICT and the environment, and the negative impacts of our increasing reliance upon technological systems. From intellectual property rights, to the depletion of rare minerals, to the increasing pollution and energy consumption of the latest technological systems, this section seeks to provide a detailed overview of the problems with our modern society's use of computers and automated systems.

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Free Range Library indexes last updated 16:20, 17/03/2017

Files list ordered by publication date (157 files):

'serrenho2016'
1/157
Material Stock Demographics: Cars in Great Britain, Environmental Science Technology, vol.50 no.6 pp/3002-3009, 12/02/2016

'balmori2016'
2/157
Radiotelemetry and wildlife: Highlighting a gap in the knowledge on radiofrequency radiation effects, Science of the Total Environment, vol.543 no.A pp.662-669, February 2016

'nascimentomedeiros2016'
3/157
Tinnitus and cell phones: the role of electromagnetic radiofrequency radiation, Brazilian Journal of Otorhinolaryngology, vol.82 no.1 pp.97-104, January 2016

'pall2015'
4/157
Microwave frequency electromagnetic fields (EMFs) produce widespread neuropsychiatric effects including depression, Journal of Chemical Neuroanatomy (preprint), 21/08/2015

'dasdag2015'
5/157
Effects of 2.4 GHz radiofrequency radiation emitted from Wi-Fi equipment on microRNA expression in brain tissue, International Journal of Radiation Biology, vol.91 no.7 pp.555-561, July 2015

'lerchl2015'
6/157
Tumor promotion by exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic fields below exposure limits for humans, Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, vol.459 no.4 pp.585-590, 17/04/2015

'lloydmorgan2015'
7/157
Why children absorb more microwave radiation than adults: The consequences, Journal of Microscopy and Ultrastructure, vol.2 no.4 pp.197-204, December 2014

'reis2014'
8/157
Avoiding catastrophic failure in correlated networks of networks, Nature Physics, vol.10 pp.762-767, 14/09/2014

'milaero2014'
9/157
Electronic warfare to be part of all military operations, Military Aerospace, August 2014

'ward2014'
10/157
The Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Bill, House of Commons Library, 14/07/2014

'shehabi2014'
11/157
The energy and greenhouse-gas implications of internet video streaming in the United States, Environmental Research Letters, vol.9 no.054007, 28/05/2014

'worldbank2014'
12/157
Which World Bank Reports Are Widely Read?, World Bank, May 2014

'hrwihrc20142'
13/157
Advancing The Debate on Killer Robots: 12 Key Arguments for a Preemptive Ban on Fully Autonomous Weapons, Human Rights Watch/International Human Rights Clinic, May 2014

'hrwihrc20141'
14/157
Shaking the Foundations: The Human Rights Implications of Killer Robots, Human Rights Watch/International Human Rights Clinic, May 2014

'csirofutures2014'
15/157
Enabling Australia's Digital Future: cyber security trends and implications, CSIRO Futures, April 2014

'pax2014'
16/157
Deadly Decisions: 8 Objections To Killer Robots, PAX, February 2014

'workbrimley2014'
17/157
20YY: Preparing for War in the Robotic Age, Center for a New American Security, January 2014

'alexander2014'
18/157
A Critique of Techno-Optimism: Efficiency without Sufficiency is Lost, Melbourne Sustainable Society Institute, University of Melbourne, January 2014

'usdod2013'
19/157
Unmanned Systems Integrated Roadmap, US Department of Defense, December 2013

'redmayne2013'
20/157
The relationship between adolescents' well-being and their wireless phone use: a cross-sectional study, Environmental Health, vol.12 no.90, October 2013

'lustenberger2013'
21/157
Stimulation of the Brain With Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Field Pulses Affects Sleep-Dependent Performance Improvement, Brain Stimulation, vol.6 no.5 pp.805-811, September 2013

'kross2013'
22/157
Facebook Use Predicts Declines in Subjective Well-Being in Young Adults, Plos One, vol.8 no.8, 14/08/2013

'binnemans2013'
23/157
Recycling of rare earths: a critical review, Journal of Cleaner Production, vol.51 pp.1-22, 15/07/2013

'mckinsey2013'
24/157
Disruptive technologies: Advances that will transform life, business, and the global economy, McKinsey Global Institute, May 2013

'ehrenfeld2013'
25/157
When Risk Assessment is Risky: Predicting the Effects of Technology, Post Carbon Institute, May 2013

'unepchemrisk2013'
26/157
Reaching for the 2020 Goal: The need for better information and sound management to minimize chemical risks, United Nations Environment Programme, February 2013

'sivani2013'
27/157
Impacts of radio-frequency electromagnetic field (RF-EMF) from cell phone towers and wireless devices on biosystem and ecosystem – a review, Biology and Medicine, vol.4 no.4 pp.202-216, 06/01/2013

'carpenter2013'
28/157
Human disease resulting from exposure to electromagnetic fields, Reviews in Environmental Health, vol.28 no.4 pp.159-172, 2013

'icrc2012'
29/157
New technologies and warfare, International Committee of the Red Cross, Spring 2012

'hrwihrc2012'
30/157
Losing Humanity: The Case against Killer Robots, Human Rights Watch/International Human Rights Clinic, November 2012

'trosic2012'
31/157
Non-Thermal Biomarkers of Exposure to Radiofrequency/Microwave Radiation, Archives of Industrial Hygiene and Toxicology, vol.63 supp.1 pp.67-73, May 2012

'ifixit2011'
32/157
Self-Repair Manifesto, iFixit, 2012

'mccarty2011'
33/157
Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity: Evidence for a Novel Neurological Syndrome, International Journal of Neuroscience, vol.121 pp.670-676, December 2011

'ecjrcmetals2011'
34/157
Critical Metals in Strategic Energy Technologies: Assessing Rare Metals as Supply-Chain Bottlenecks in Low-Carbon Energy Technologies, EC Joint Research Centre, November 2011

'iarc2011'
35/157
IARC Report to the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC) on the Interphone Study, World Health Organisation/International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), 03/10/2011

'wwfevil2011'
36/157
Think of Me as Evil?: Opening The Ethical Debates In Advertising, Public Interest Research Centre/WWF-UK., October 2011

'eeamobiles2011'
37/157
Health risks from mobile phone radiation – why the experts disagree, European Environment Agency, October 2011

'est2011'
38/157
The elephant in the living room: How our appliances and gadgets are trampling the green dream, Energy Saving Trust, September 2011

'iarc2082011'
39/157
IARC Classifies Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Fields As Possibly Carcinogenic To Humans, World Health Organisation/International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), 31/05/2011

'mckinsey2011'
40/157
Big data: The next frontier for innovation, competition, and productivity, McKinsey Global Institute, May 2011

'klorer2009'
41/157
The Effects of Technological Overload on Children: An Art Therapist's Perspective, Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, vol.26 no.2 pp.80-82, 22/04/2011

'greenpress2011'
42/157
Environmental Impacts of E-Books, Green Press Initiative, April 2011

'greenpeacedata2011'
43/157
How dirty is your data?: A Look at the Energy Choices That Power Cloud Computing, Greenpeace International, April 2011

'moddrone2011'
44/157
Joint Doctrine Note 2/11: The UK Approach to Unmanned Aircraft Systems, Ministry of Defence, 30/03/2011

'allwood2011'
45/157
Material efficiency: A white paper, Resources, Conservation and Recycling, vol.55 pp.362-381, January 2011

'raghavanma2011'
46/157
The Energy and Emergy of the Internet, ICSI and UC Berkeley, 2011

'spiertz2010'
47/157
Food production, crops and sustainability: restoring confidence in science and technology, Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, vol.2 no.5/6 pp.439-443, December 2010

'aallhusabo2010'
48/157
Is Eco-Efficiency a Sufficient Strategy for Achieving a Sustainable Development? The Norwegian Case, Sustainability, vol.2 pp.3623-3638, 24/11/2010

'zapico2010'
49/157
Environmental Metrics: The Main Opportunity from ICT for Industrial Ecology, Journal of Industrial Ecology, vol.14 no.5 pp.703-706, October 2010

'weberkoomey2010'
50/157
The Energy and Climate Change Implications of Different Music Delivery Methods, Journal of Industrial Ecology, vol.14 no.5 pp.754-769, October 2010

'matthews2003'
51/157
The Economic and Environmental Implications of Centralized Stock Keeping, Journal of Industrial Ecology, vol.14 no.5 pp.71-81, October 2010

'masanetmatthews2010'
52/157
Exploring Environmental Applications and Benefits of Information and Communication Technology, Journal of Industrial Ecology, vol.14 no.5 pp.687-691, October 2010

'masanet2010'
53/157
Energy Benefits of Electronic Controls at Small and Medium Sized U.S. Manufacturers, Journal of Industrial Ecology, vol.15 no.5 pp.696-702, October 2010

'malmodin2010'
54/157
Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Operational Electricity Use in the ICT and Entertainment & Media Sectors, Journal of Industrial Ecology, vol.14 no.5 pp.770-790, October 2010

'laitner2010'
55/157
Semiconductors and Information Technologies: The Power of Productivity, Journal of Industrial Ecology, vol.14 no.5 pp.692-695, October 2010

'grant2010'
56/157
Information and Communication Technology for Industrial Symbiosis, Journal of Industrial Ecology, vol.14 no.5 pp.740-753, October 2010

'erdmannhilty2010'
57/157
Exploring the Macroeconomic Impacts of Information and Communication Technologies on Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Journal of Industrial Ecology, vol.14 no.5 p.826-843, October 2010

'berges2010'
58/157
Enhancing Electricity Audits in Residential Buildings with Nonintrusive Load Monitoring, Journal of Industrial Ecology, vol.14 no.5 pp.844-858, October 2010

'accenture2010'
59/157
Cloud Computing and Sustainability: The Environmental Benefits of Moving to the Cloud, Accenture/WSP, October 2010

'cornell2010'
60/157
Sustainable Computing.: Making IT easy to be green, Cornell University, August 2010

'khurana2010'
61/157
Epidemiological Evidence for a Health Risk from Mobile Phone Base Stations, International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Health, vol.16 no.3 pp.263-267, July 2010

'interphone2010'
62/157
Brain tumour risk in relation to mobile telephone use: results of the INTERPHONE international case-control study, International Journal of Epidemiology, vol.39 no.3 pp.675-694, June 2010

'iarc2002010'
63/157
Interphone study reports on mobile phone use and brain cancer risk, World Health Organisation/International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), 17/05/2010

'carrollheiser2010'
64/157
An Analysis of Power Consumption in a Smartphone, University of New South Wales, May 2010

'greenpeacecloud2010'
65/157
Make IT Green: Cloud Computing and its Contricution to Climate Change, Greenpeace International, March 2010

'csirouts2010'
66/157
Peak Minerals In Australia: A Review Of Changing Impacts And Benefits, CSIRO, March 2010

'nuffield2009'
67/157
Time trends in adolescent well-being – update 2009, The Nuffield Foundation, December 2009

'm2iscarcity2009'
68/157
Material Scarcity: An M2i study, Stichting Materials Innovation Institute, November 2009

'grist2009'
69/157
Changing The Subject: How new ways of thinking about human behaviour might change politics, policy and practice, RSA, November 2009

'gap2009'
70/157
Green ICT Handbook: A Guide to Green ICT, Global Action Plan, November 2009

'cfap2009'
71/157
New Tools for Old Traumas: Using 21st Century Technologies to Combat Human Rights Atrocities, Center for American Progress, October 2009

'accenture2009'
72/157
Demonstrating the Benefits of Electronic Software Distribution: A study of greenhouse gas emissions reduction, Accenture/WSP, October 2009

'weberkoomey2009'
73/157
The Energy and Climate Change Impacts of Different Music Delivery Methods, Microsoft Corporation and Intel Corporation, 17/08/2009

'koomey2009'
74/157
Assessing Trends in the Electrical Efficiency of Computation Over Time, Microsoft Corporation and Intel Corporation, 17/08/2009

'sage2009'
75/157
Public health implications of wireless technologies, Pathophysiology, vol.16 no.2/3 pp.233-246, August 2009

'globalwitness2009'
76/157
'Faced with a gun, what can you do?': War and the militarisation of mining in eastern Congo, Global Witness, July 2009

'diederenhope2009'
77/157
Global Resource Depletion: Metal minerals scarcity and the Elements of Hope, 'Peak' Summit, Alcatraz, Italy, 27/06/2009

'schmidt2009'
78/157
Nanotechnology-Related Environment, Health, and Safety Research: Examining the National Strategy, Environmental Health Perspectives, vol.117 no.4, April 2009

'demos2009'
79/157
Resilient Nation, Demos, April 2009

'diederen2009'
80/157
Metal minerals scarcity: A call for managed austerity and the elements of hope, TNO Defence, Security and Safety, 10/03/2009

'gutowski2009'
81/157
Thermodynamic Analysis of Resources Used in Manufacturing Processes, Environmental Science and Technology, vol.43 pp.1584-1590, 29/01/2009

'svtcsolar2009'
82/157
Toward a Just and Sustainable Solar Energy Industry, Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition, 14/01/2009

'duan2009'
83/157
Life cycle assessment study of a Chinese desktop personal computer, Science of the Total Environment, vol.407 pp.1755-1764, 12/12/2008

'ecmetals2008a'
84/157
The Raw Materials Initiative – Annexes to main report, European Commission, 04/11/2008

'ecmetals2008'
85/157
The Raw Materials Initiative – Meeting Our Critical Needs for Growth and Jobs in Europe, European Commission, 04/11/2008

'schandl2008'
86/157
The Dematerialization Potential of the Australian Economy, CSIRO, October 2008

'climategroup2008'
87/157
SMART 2020: Enabling the low carbon economy in the information age, Global eSustainability Initiative, October 2008

'usgaoewaste2008'
88/157
Electronic Waste: EPA Needs to Better Control Harmful U.S. Exports through Stronger Enforcement and More Comprehensive Regulation, United States Government Accountability Office, August 2008

'reisch2008'
89/157
Sustainable Consumption and Mass Communication: A German Experiment, CSIRO, August 2008

'iisd2008'
90/157
Embodied Carbon in Traded Goods, IISD, August 2008

'greenpeacetech2009'
91/157
Chemical contamination at e-waste recycling and disposal sites in Accra and Korforidua, Ghana, Greenpeace International, August 2008

'pitneybowes2008'
92/157
The Environmental Impact of Mail: A Baseline, Pitney Bowes, June 2008

'xu2008'
93/157
The Secrets of the Little Pamphlet: Hippies, Hackers, and the Youth International Party Line, Christina Xu, 12/05/2008

'brunnschweiler2008'
94/157
Linking Natural Resources to Slow Growth and More Conflict, Science, vol.320, May 2008

'svtcnano2008'
95/157
Regulating Emerging Technologies In Silicon Valley And Beyond, Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition, 02/04/2008

'zerzan2008'
96/157
Twilight of the Machines, John Zerzan, April 2008

'taylorkoomey2008'
97/157
Estimating Energy Use and Greenhouse Gas Emissions of Internet Advertising, IMC², 14/02/2008

'greenpress2008'
98/157
Reducing Climate Impacts: A Guide for the Book and Newspaper Industries, Green Press Initiative, February 2008

'creativecommons2008'
99/157
Creative Commons Integration With Your Website, Creative Commons, February 2008

'murugesan2008'
100/157
Harnessing Green IT: Principles and Practices, IT Pro, January 2008

'boldrinlevine2008'
101/157
Against Intellectual Monopoly, CUP, 2008

'buzea2007'
102/157
Nanomaterials and nanoparticles: Sources and toxicity, Biointerphases, vol.2 no.4 pp.MR17-MR71, December 2007

'est2007'
103/157
The ampere strikes back: How consumer electronics are taking over the world, Energy Saving Trust, June 2007

'newscientist2007'
104/157
Earth's natural wealth: an audit, New Scientist, no.2605 pp.34-41, 23/05/2007

'parsons2007'
105/157
The Environmental Impact of Disposable Versus Re-Chargeable Batteries for Consumer Use, International Journal of Life-Cycle Assessment, vol.12 no.3 pp.197-203, May 2007

'druid2007'
106/157
Mnemonic Password Formulas: Remembering Secure Passwords, Uninformed, May 2007

'abdelrassoul2006'
107/157
Neurobehavioral effects among inhabitants around mobile phone base stations, NeuroToxicology, vol.28 no.2 pp.434-440, March 2007

'ayers2007'
108/157
On the practical limits to substitution, Ecological Economics, vol.61 pp.115-128, 15/02/2007

'uniross2007'
109/157
UNIROSS Study on the Environmental Impact of Batteries, UNIROSS, 2007

'chanrabinowitz2006'
110/157
A cross-sectional analysis of video games and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder symptoms in adolescents, Annals of General Psychiatry, vol.5 no.16, 24/10/2006

'usgsphones2006'
111/157
Recycled Cell Phones – A Treasure Trove of Valuable Metals, U.S. Geological Survey, July 2006

'faist2005'
112/157
Life Cycle Assessment of the Mobile Communication System UMTS: Towards Eco-efficient Systems, International Journal of Life-Cycle Assessment, vol.11 no.4 pp.265-276, July 2006

'est2006'
113/157
The rise of the machines: A review of energy using products in the home from the 1970s to today, Energy Saving Trust, June 2006

'choishinhur2006'
114/157
Life Cycle Assessment of a Personal Computer and its Effective Recycling Rate, International Journal of Life-Cycle Assessment, vol.11 no.2 pp.122-128, March 2006

'gordon2006'
115/157
Metal stocks and sustainability, PNAS, vol.103 no.5 pp.1209-1214, 31/01/2006

'vonbuschpalmas2006'
116/157
Abstract Hacktivism: The making of a hacker culture, Openmute, 2006

'ofcom2005'
117/157
Cost and power consumption implications of digital switchover, OFCOM, 08/11/2005

'bandump2005'
118/157
The Digital Dump: Exporting Re-use and Abuse to Africa, The Basel Action Network, 24/10/2005

'greenpeaceewaste2005'
119/157
Recycling of Electronic Wastes in China & India: Workplace & Environmental Contamination, Greenpeace International, August 2005

'ayressubstitution2005'
120/157
On the Practical Limits to Substitution, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, 28/07/2005

'alcott2005'
121/157
Jevons' paradox, Ecological Economics, vol.54 pp.9-21, 02/03/2005

'dodncw2005'
122/157
The Implementation of Network-Centric Warfare, US Department of Defense, 2005

'lonn2004'
123/157
Mobile Phone Use and the Risk of Acoustic Neuroma, Epidemiology, vol.15 no.6 pp.653-659, November 2004

'nuffield2004'
124/157
Time trends in adolescent well-being, The Nuffield Foundation, October 2004

'oneill2004'
125/157
Dangers come in small particles, Hazards, no.87, July 2004

'cpa2004'
126/157
Brominated Flame Retardants in Dust on Computers: The Case For Safer Chemicals And Better Computer Design, Clean Production Action, June 2004

'lessig2004'
127/157
Free Culture: How Big Media Uses Technology and the Law to Lock Down Culture and Control Creativity, Penguin Press, 30/03/2004

'ahlbom2003'
128/157
Electromagnetic radiation: Environmental pollution and health, British Medical Bulletin, vol.68 no.1 pp.157-165, December 2003

'ecbio2003'
129/157
Study on External Environmental Effects Related to the Life Cycle of Products and Services, European Commission, February 2003

'williams2002'
130/157
The 1.7 Kilogram Microchip: Energy and Material Use in the Production of Semiconductor Devices, Environmental Science and Technology, vol.36 no.24 pp.5504-5510, 25/10/2002

'usgsree2002'
131/157
Rare Earth Elements – Critical Resources for High Technology, U.S. Geological Survey, September 2002

'williamstagami2003'
132/157
Energy Use in Sales and Distribution via E-Commerce and Conventional Retail: A Case Study of the Japanese Book Sector, Journal of Industrial Ecology, vol.6 no.2 pp.99-114, April 2002

'wernick2003'
133/157
Environmental Knowledge Management, Journal of Industrial Ecology, vol.6 no.2 pp.7-9, April 2002

'saarthomas2003'
134/157
Toward Trash That Thinks: Product Tags for Environmental Management, Journal of Industrial Ecology, vol.6 no.2 pp.133-146, April 2002

'rejeski2003'
135/157
E-Commerce, the Internet, and the Environment, Journal of Industrial Ecology, vol.6 no.2 pp.1-3, April 2002

'norris2002'
136/157
Energy Burdens of Conventional Wholesale and Retail Portions of Product Life Cycles, Journal of Industrial Ecology, vol.6 no.2 pp.59-69, April 2002

'laitner2003'
137/157
Information Technology and U.S. Energy Consumption: Energy Hog, Productivity Tool, or Both?, Journal of Industrial Ecology, vol.6 no.2 pp.13-24, April 2002

'katsumoto2003'
138/157
Information and Communications Technology and the Environment: An Asian Perspective, Journal of Industrial Ecology, vol.6 no.2 pp.4-6, April 2002

'gardkeolian2003'
139/157
Digital versus Print: Energy Performance in the Selection and Use of Scholarly Journals, Journal of Industrial Ecology, vol.6 no.2 pp.115-132, April 2002

'fichter2003'
140/157
E-Commerce: Sorting Out the Environmental Consequences, Journal of Industrial Ecology, vol.6 no.2 pp.25-41, April 2002

'alakesonwilsdon2003'
141/157
Digital Sustainability in Europe, Journal of Industrial Ecology, vol.6 no.2 pp.10-12, April 2002

'bansvtc2002'
142/157
Exporting Harm: The High-Tech Trashing of Asia, The Basel Action Network/Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition, 25/02/2002

'alberts2001'
143/157
Understanding Information Age Warfare, Command and Control Research Program, US Department of Defense, August 2001

'randmr13822001'
144/157
Networks and Netwars: The Future of Terror, Crime, and Militancy, RAND Corporation, 2001

'yan2000'
145/157
The memorability and security of passwords – some empirical results, University of Cambridge, September 2000

'edmundsmorris2000'
146/157
The problem of information overload in business organisations: A review of the literature, International Journal of Information Management, vol.20 pp.17-28, February 2000

'romm1999'
147/157
The Internet Economy and Global Warming: A Scenario of the Impact of E-commerce on Energy and the Environment, Center for Energy and Climate Solutions, December 1999

'usgsflow1998'
148/157
Materials Flow and Sustainability, U.S. Geological Survey, June 1998

'mobbs1996'
149/157
The Campaigners' Computer Maintenance Mantra, Free Range Network, July 1996

'unabomber1995'
150/157
The Unabomber: The Full Text of the Manifesto, New York Times/Washington Post, 19/09/1995

'glendinning1990'
151/157
Notes Toward a Neo-Luddite Manifesto, Utne Reader, March 1990

'berry1988'
152/157
Why I Am Not Going to Buy a Computer, Harpers, September 1988

'illich1983'
153/157
Silence is a Commons, The Co-Evolution Quarterly, Autumn 1983

'ellul1980'
154/157
The Power of Technique and The Ethics of Non-Power, Myths of Information: Technology and Postindustiral Culture, pp.242-47, 1980

'ellul1977'
155/157
The Technological System, Jacques Ellul, 1977

'ellul1967'
156/157
Reflections on Leisure, Interplay: The Magazine of European/American Affairs, vol.1 no.5 pp.51-56, December 1967

'ladieshomejournal1900'
157/157
What May Happen in the Next Hundred Years, The Ladies Home Journal, 1900