Green Leasing: A study of the Barriers and Drivers for Green Leased Offices in Norway
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Green Leasing: A Study of the Barriers and Drivers for Green Leased Offices in Norway This thesis discusses Green Leasing in office buildings, and the drivers and barriers associated with its development and implementation, with a particular research focus on Norway. The research for this project was funded by NTNU, more specifically the Centre for Real Estate and Facilities Management at the Department of Architecture and Planning in the Faculty of Architecture and Design. The aim of this thesis was to explore Green Leasing and related topics (such as Green Leases) in the context of their potential (both currently and prospectively) in the context of the built environment. This project is a three-phase study using mixed methods and is for the most part exploratory, containing a combination of interviews, a survey and literature research. The end objective was to better understand the state of current research and terminological penetration, the drivers and barriers for the development of Green Leasing in offices, as well as the current situation and future possibilities for facilities management in this context. The results of these studies are presented in the thesis as well as the attachment of eight articles, seven of which have undergone full peer review and acceptance for publication in their respective journal or conference at the time of this thesis publication.
Består avPaper 1: Collins, David; Junghans, Antje. The Users Impact on Buildings’ Sustainability – A Qualitative Approach. I: People make facilities management - Proceedings of the European Facility Management Conference EFMC 2015. : EuroFM 2015 ISBN 978-94-90694-05-0. s. 157-163
Paper 2: Collins, David; Junghans, Antje. Sustainable facilities management and green leasing: The company strategic approach. Procedia Economics and Finance 2015 ;Volum 21. s. 128-136
Paper 3: Collins, David; Junghans, Antje; Haugen, Tore. Green leasing in commercial real estate. The drivers and barriers for owners and tenants of sustainable office buildings. Journal of Corporate Real Estate 2018 ;Volum 20.(4) s. 244-259 Is not included in NTNU Open due to copyright available at https://doi.org/10.1108/JCRE-01-2017-0003
Paper 4: Collins, David; Junghans, Antje; Haugen, Tore. Green and Sustainable – How are These Terms Reflected in the Context of Facilities Management?. I: Proceedings of CFM’s second nordic conference: Facilities Management Research and Practice. Does FM contribute to happiness in the Nordic Countries. Polyteknisk Boghandel og Forlag 2016 ISBN 9788750211044. s. 115-127
Paper 5: Collins, David. Green leasing in theory and practice Is not included in NTNU Open due to copyright available at https://doi.org/10.1108/F-02-2017-0023
Paper 6: Collins, David. Green Leases and Green Leasing: A Terminological Discussion of Academia and Practice
Paper 7: Collins, D., Haugen, T., Lindkvist, C. It's not easy being green: A Study of the Barriers and Drivers for Green Leased Rental Office in Norway.
Paper 8: Collins, David; Haugen, Tore; Lindkvist, Carmel Margaret; Aamodt, Christian. Bridging the gap between sustainable FM and sustainable buildings an exploratory study of six public buildings in Norway. Facilities Vol. 37 No. 9/10, pp. 639-652. Is not included in NTNU Open due to copyright available at https://doi.org/10.1108/F-01-2018-0007