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«Taking Stock of Industrial Ecology»

GDP FixationEmploymentProspective Modeling with Established IE MethodsCredible, Possible, and Likely ScenariosCourses and TextbooksThe Socio-economic Metabolism Framework and WealthEnd-of-Life Vehicles and e-WasteLinkages Between the SSE and IE in Practice: Quantifying the Potential of Industrial Symbiosis: The LOCIMAP Project, with Applications in the Humber RegionLooking Through the Lens of Time-UseManaging Products at End of LifeLightweight MaterialsPolicy Development and FundingThe Circular Economy – “Loop”, “Lake” and “Performance” ModelsChallenges, Metrics and ModelsBecoming a Scholarly Field: The Social and Solidarity Economy: Why Is It Relevant to Industrial Ecology?Assessing Actual Impacts and Their Unsustainability: Life Cycle Sustainability Assessment: What Is It and What Are Its Challenges?The Determinants of Household Carbon FootprintsSection A: Industrial Symbiosis in ScholarshipInto the Twenty-First CenturyA Socio-economic Metabolism FrameworkSection B: Industrial Symbiosis in PracticeSustainability: A Socio-economic Metabolism Approach to Sustainable Development and Climate Change MitigationIndustrial Symbiosis: Old, New, or HiddenMetals in WasteEnsuring Energy EfficiencyThis Book: Industrial Ecology's First DecadeUrban Metabolism: Circular Economy and the Policy Landscape in the UKII: Bounding Industrial Symbiosis in Time and Space—Distinctions and DifferencesPhosphorus in WasteUK Policy Responses to Circular Economy Objectives: Impacts Embodied in Global Trade FlowsSpatial System BoundariesEnvironmental ImpactsThe Resource Security Action PlanI State-of-the-Art and Discussions of Research IssuesOrigins of Industrial Ecology: Industrial Ecology and CitiesWhat Is the Social and Solidarity Economy?Merging of DisciplinesRemanufacturing, Reprocessing and Product LifeWhat Can IE Give to the Global South?Industrial Symbiosis and Eco-industrial Parks (EIPs)The LOCIMAP ProjectHP R2P2 programImpact of Population and AffluenceForewordRemanufacturing and ReprocessingScholarship and Practice in Industrial Symbiosis: 1989–2014Conceptual Progress for Sustainable Resource and Waste Management and Its Relevance to MFA – Cases in China and JapanFuture DirectionsFuture Applications and Model DevelopmentMFA-Based Policies and Concepts for Sustainable Resource and Waste ManagementDealing with Hazardous Substance Restrictions in ProductsThe Relation between Prospective IE Models and MFA, LCA, and I/O AnalysisHP Device-as-a-Service ProgramEconomic ImpactsIE in the Policy ContextConceptual LinksResource EfficiencyIndustrial SymbiosisEconomic and Social ImplicationsThe Journey So FarConstructing the Field of Industrial EcologyLOCIMAP: Guiding PrinciplesDiffusion of Industrial SymbiosisPortuguese Waste Management Policy 1990–2014: The Contribution of Industrial EcologyCleaner ProductionBusiness Models in the Performance EconomyIs Trade Good or Bad? Some Final ThoughtsInitiatives in National and Intergovernmental Activities, Focusing on Policy Application of Economy-Wide MFA IndicatorsIndustrial Ecology in Developing CountriesHP Multijet Fusion 3D PrintingNew Approaches to Prospective Modeling in Industrial EcologyNotes on Methodological DevelopmentsLinking Industrial Ecology and Integrated Assessment Models (IAMs)Taking a Consumption-Based Perspective: What Are Impacts Embodied in Trade?Reducing Resource Use in the ProductThe Sharing Economy vs. End of Pipe Giving: Applicability to IEOverview and General Principles: Prospective Models of Society's Future Metabolism: What Industrial Ecology Has to ContributeMaterial Flow AnalysisDesign for EnvironmentThe European Union's Development of Waste Policy and Resource Efficiency InitiativesMaterial Intensity and Product-Service IntensityEnergyConceptual Basis for Developing Scientific ApproachesImpacts of Trade: New Insights from Recent ResearchCurrent and Future Developments: Industrial Ecology and Portugal's National Waste PlansConferencesInput–Output Analysis: Multinational Corporations and the Circular Economy: How Hewlett Packard Scales Innovation and Technology in Its Global Supply ChainCommunity Currencies: Idea of Démurage and Applicability to IEII Case Studies and Examples of the Application of Industrial Ecology ApproachesLCSA Definitions Adopted in PracticeEco-Industrial DevelopmentPowertrainsImpact of TechnologyHow Can the Global South Contribute to IE?The International Society for Industrial Ecology: Practical Implications of Product-Based Environmental LegislationDiscussion of Industrial Symbiosis ResearchSingle Industry Dominated vs. Multiple Industry InvolvementIII: Industrial Symbiosis in Both Scholarship and PracticeUnderstanding Industrial Symbiosis in a Chinese ContextMaterialsChanging the Demand for Stocks in Providing ServicesThe Shift from Conceptual Ambiguity to Operational ClarityRecent Research on Environmental, Social and Economic Impacts Embodied in International TradeEpilogueStocks and Flows in the Performance EconomyDefinitions of LCSALooking to the FutureWhat Makes a Household Carbon Footprint?Hotspots of IE in the Global SouthSocioeconomic MetabolismApplying the Planetary Boundaries Approach for Business Decision-MakingBiofuelsBackgroundWaste in GeneralBuilding the Tools of the Trade, 1990–2000Formative Years of IEWaste PlasticsMain Challenges Identified in LCSA Studies So FarTimingAlignment of ConditionsThe Rebound EffectScholarly JournalsBenefits of IE for Developing CountriesIndustrial Ecology and the Performance EconomyWhat Are the Conceptual Links between SSE and IE, and the Limits?AppendixLife-Cycle Assessment: The Role of Science in Shaping Sustainable Business: Unilever Case StudyWhy Innovation in Circular Economy Is ImportantProspectsCurrent IssuesThe Importance of Representing StocksWaste Prevention PlansEffective Policymaking: The Case of the Aluminium SectorPrevious Studies on IE in Developing CountriesReview of Empirical Studies from the Viewpoint of Target Wastes and SystemsResults and Analysis of Bibliometric StudyOrganizational Drivers and BarriersFiscal PolicyProspective Modeling in Industrial Ecology: Future DevelopmentComposition of Household Carbon FootprintsA False DawnCrowdfunding in the Solidarity Economy: towards IE PrinciplesProspective Modeling in Industrial Ecology: State of the ArtWhat Has Been Achieved by IE in the Global South?:Material Flow Analysis and Waste ManagementConstruction and Demolition WasteConcluding CommentsAddressing Uncertainty in MRIO ModellingSustainable Development and the Carbon BudgetPERSU 2020Principles of Prospective Models of Socioeconomic Metabolism: The Industrial Ecology of the AutomobileProblem Shifting: Understanding Households as Drivers of Carbon EmissionsImpact Assessment of the Portuguese National Plan for Municipal Solid Waste 2014–2020Consumption Accounting and Carbon FootprintingThe Relation between Prospective IE Models and Consequential LCAUrbanMetabolismProduct LifeResource Availability
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