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A short course of lectures
«Taking Stock of Industrial Ecology»

Building the Tools of the Trade, 1990–2000What Is the Social and Solidarity Economy?Conceptual Basis for Developing Scientific ApproachesPortuguese Waste Management Policy 1990–2014: The Contribution of Industrial EcologyEconomic ImpactsNew Approaches to Prospective Modeling in Industrial EcologyUrban MetabolismAppendixIndustrial Symbiosis and Eco-industrial Parks (EIPs)Waste in GeneralRemanufacturing and ReprocessingThe Socio-economic Metabolism Framework and WealthOrganizational Drivers and BarriersConstruction and Demolition WasteIndustrial Ecology and the Performance EconomyWhy Innovation in Circular Economy Is ImportantThe International Society for Industrial Ecology: Impacts Embodied in Global Trade Flows: Industrial Ecology's First DecadePrevious Studies on IE in Developing Countries: Quantifying the Potential of Industrial Symbiosis: The LOCIMAP Project, with Applications in the Humber RegionDealing with Hazardous Substance Restrictions in ProductsEpilogueWhat Can IE Give to the Global South?Prospective Modeling in Industrial Ecology: State of the ArtInitiatives in National and Intergovernmental Activities, Focusing on Policy Application of Economy-Wide MFA IndicatorsMerging of DisciplinesForewordImpact Assessment of the Portuguese National Plan for Municipal Solid Waste 2014–2020Material Flow AnalysisScholarly JournalsII: Bounding Industrial Symbiosis in Time and Space—Distinctions and DifferencesReview of Empirical Studies from the Viewpoint of Target Wastes and SystemsIE in the Policy ContextMetals in WasteEffective Policymaking: The Case of the Aluminium SectorBiofuels: Practical Implications of Product-Based Environmental LegislationConcluding CommentsImpacts of Trade: New Insights from Recent ResearchPrinciples of Prospective Models of Socioeconomic MetabolismFuture Applications and Model DevelopmentCommunity Currencies: Idea of Démurage and Applicability to IEEconomic and Social ImplicationsThe Resource Security Action PlanDesign for EnvironmentThis BookCurrent and Future Developments: The Industrial Ecology of the AutomobileEmploymentInto the Twenty-First CenturyWaste Prevention Plans: The Social and Solidarity Economy: Why Is It Relevant to Industrial Ecology?The Determinants of Household Carbon FootprintsProduct LifeMaterials: Understanding Households as Drivers of Carbon EmissionsAssessing Actual Impacts and Their UnsustainabilityThe Relation between Prospective IE Models and Consequential LCAHP Device-as-a-Service ProgramOrigins of Industrial EcologySection A: Industrial Symbiosis in ScholarshipIII: Industrial Symbiosis in Both Scholarship and PracticeBackgroundWhat Are the Conceptual Links between SSE and IE, and the Limits?Ensuring Energy EfficiencyCourses and TextbooksConferencesSection B: Industrial Symbiosis in PracticeOverview and General PrinciplesFiscal PolicyLife-Cycle AssessmentImpact of Population and AffluenceSustainability: Circular Economy and the Policy Landscape in the UKCurrent IssuesThe Shift from Conceptual Ambiguity to Operational Clarity: Prospective Models of Society's Future Metabolism: What Industrial Ecology Has to ContributeA False DawnLOCIMAP: Guiding PrinciplesHP R2P2 programUK Policy Responses to Circular Economy ObjectivesApplying the Planetary Boundaries Approach for Business Decision-MakingConceptual Progress for Sustainable Resource and Waste Management and Its Relevance to MFA – Cases in China and Japan: Industrial Ecology and CitiesScholarship and Practice in Industrial Symbiosis: 1989–2014Formative Years of IERemanufacturing, Reprocessing and Product LifeBenefits of IE for Developing CountriesThe European Union's Development of Waste Policy and Resource Efficiency InitiativesIs Trade Good or Bad? Some Final ThoughtsCrowdfunding in the Solidarity Economy: towards IE PrinciplesI State-of-the-Art and Discussions of Research IssuesImpact of TechnologyEnergyThe Sharing Economy vs. End of Pipe Giving: Applicability to IEMain Challenges Identified in LCSA Studies So FarSpatial System BoundariesPowertrainsStocks and Flows in the Performance Economy: The Role of Science in Shaping Sustainable Business: Unilever Case StudyResults and Analysis of Bibliometric StudyChallenges, Metrics and Models: A Socio-economic Metabolism Approach to Sustainable Development and Climate Change MitigationProblem ShiftingAlignment of ConditionsUnderstanding Industrial Symbiosis in a Chinese ContextIndustrial Ecology in Developing CountriesPolicy Development and FundingResource EfficiencyThe Importance of Representing StocksComposition of Household Carbon FootprintsThe Journey So Far: Multinational Corporations and the Circular Economy: How Hewlett Packard Scales Innovation and Technology in Its Global Supply ChainConstructing the Field of Industrial EcologyThe Circular Economy – “Loop”, “Lake” and “Performance” ModelsWhat Has Been Achieved by IE in the Global South?The Rebound EffectConceptual LinksSingle Industry Dominated vs. Multiple Industry InvolvementLooking to the FutureFuture DirectionsSustainable Development and the Carbon BudgetDiscussion of Industrial Symbiosis ResearchEnvironmental ImpactsAddressing Uncertainty in MRIO ModellingIndustrial Symbiosis: Old, New, or HiddenNotes on Methodological DevelopmentsBecoming a Scholarly FieldManaging Products at End of LifeWaste PlasticsLightweight MaterialsHow Can the Global South Contribute to IE?Business Models in the Performance EconomyIndustrial SymbiosisRecent Research on Environmental, Social and Economic Impacts Embodied in International TradeProspective Modeling in Industrial Ecology: Future DevelopmentPERSU 2020HP Multijet Fusion 3D PrintingSocioeconomic MetabolismTimingProspectsCleaner ProductionLooking Through the Lens of Time-Use:Material Flow Analysis and Waste ManagementDefinitions of LCSAEco-Industrial DevelopmentTaking a Consumption-Based Perspective: What Are Impacts Embodied in Trade?Linking Industrial Ecology and Integrated Assessment Models (IAMs)Material Intensity and Product-Service IntensityMFA-Based Policies and Concepts for Sustainable Resource and Waste ManagementProspective Modeling with Established IE MethodsUrbanMetabolismEnd-of-Life Vehicles and e-WasteInput–Output AnalysisWhat Makes a Household Carbon Footprint?Consumption Accounting and Carbon FootprintingLinkages Between the SSE and IE in PracticeGDP FixationII Case Studies and Examples of the Application of Industrial Ecology ApproachesPhosphorus in WasteReducing Resource Use in the ProductThe Relation between Prospective IE Models and MFA, LCA, and I/O AnalysisThe LOCIMAP ProjectA Socio-economic Metabolism FrameworkChanging the Demand for Stocks in Providing Services: Life Cycle Sustainability Assessment: What Is It and What Are Its Challenges?Credible, Possible, and Likely ScenariosLCSA Definitions Adopted in PracticeHotspots of IE in the Global SouthDiffusion of Industrial Symbiosis: Industrial Ecology and Portugal's National Waste PlansResource Availability
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