master's thesis
Eletronic Communications Impact on the Environment

Marko Krizmanić (2015)
Sveučilište u Zagrebu
Fakultet prometnih znanosti
Promet
Zavod za informacijsko komunikacijski promet
Metadata
TitleAnaliza utjecaja elektroničkih komunikacija na okoliš
AuthorMarko Krizmanić
Mentor(s)Zvonko Kavran (thesis advisor)
Abstract
Jedan od glavnih izazova za budućnost elektroničkih komunikacija je smanjenje negativnih utjecaja na okoliš. Elektroničke komunikacije utječu na okoliš kroz sve faze životnog ciklusa, a zbog sve većeg broja korisnika utjecaj u fazi primjene je od imperativnog značaja. U fazi primjene utjecaj elektroničkih komunikacija očituje se kroz potrošnju energije koja indirektno uzrokuje emisiju stakleničkih plinova. Trenutno stanje elektroničkih komunikacija u RH, koje nije zadovoljavajuće, dovodi do zaključka da prostora za razvoj ima, a strategije i inicijative EU za razvoj nalažu da je razvoj i implementacija širokopojasnog pristupa od ključne važnosti za elektroničke komunikacije. Prema trenutnom stanju, strategijama i inicijativama razvoja elektroničkih komunikacija u RH mogu se pretpostaviti scenariji budućeg razvoja. Kako bi se odredio mogući utjecaj elektroničkih komunikacija izračunata je potrošnja energije u fazi primjene, a dobiveni rezultati su primjenom faktora pretvorbe pretvoreni u emisiju stakleničkih plinova. Komparativnom analizom emisije stakleničkih plinova utvrđen je utjecaj na okoliš za scenarije budućeg razvoja.
Keywordselectronic communication impact on the environment use phase energy consumption greenhouse gas emmision
Parallel title (English)Eletronic Communications Impact on the Environment
Committee MembersZvonko Kavran (committee chairperson)
Dragan Peraković (committee member)
Ivan Grgurević (committee member)
Jasna Golubić (committee member)
GranterSveučilište u Zagrebu
Fakultet prometnih znanosti
Lower level organizational unitsPromet
Zavod za informacijsko komunikacijski promet
PlaceZagreb
StateCroatia
Scientific field, discipline, subdisciplineTECHNICAL SCIENCES
Traffic and Transport Technology
Postal and Telecommunications Traffic
Study programme typeuniversity
Study levelgraduate
Study programmeTraffic and Transport; specializations in: Road Traffic and Transport, Railway Traffic and Transport, Water Traffic and Transport, Air Traffic and Transport, Postal Traffic, Information and Communication Traffic, Urban Traffic and Transport
Study specializationInformation and Communication Traffic
Academic title abbreviationmag. ing. traff.
Genremaster's thesis
Language Croatian
Defense date2015-09-24
Parallel abstract (English)
One of the main challenges for the future of the electronic communications is the reduction of negative environmental impact. Electronic communications impact the environment through all phases of life cycle, and because of the increasing number of users impact in use phase is of imperative importance. Impact in the use phase of electronic communications is manifested through energy consumption that indirectly causes greenhouse gas emissions. The current state of electronic communications in Republic of Croatia, which is not satisfying, leads to conclusion that there is room for development, and the EU development strategies and initiatives direct that the development and implementation of broadband access is essential for electronic communications. According to the current state of electronic communications and development strategies and initiatives for electronic communications in Republic of Croatia scenarios for future development may be assumed. To determine the potential impact of electronic communications on environment, energy consumption in use phase is calculated, and the results obtained are converted to greenhouse gas emmisions by applying the conversion factor. The environmental impact for scenarios for future development is determined by comparative analysis of greenhouse gas emmisions.
Parallel keywords (Croatian)elektronička komunikacija utjecaj na okoliš faza primjene potrošnja energije emisija stakleničkih plinova
Resource typetext
Access conditionOpen access
Terms of usehttp://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC/1.0/
URN:NBNhttps://urn.nsk.hr/urn:nbn:hr:119:993526
CommitterMojca Brenko-Puzak