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Industrial ecology and global change

Industrial ecology and global change

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Industrial ecology.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by R. Socolow ... [et al.].
    ContributionsSocolow, Robert H., OIES Global Change Institute (5th : 1992 : Snowmass, Colo.)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTS161 .I54 1994
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxix, 500 p. :
    Number of Pages500
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1087801M
    ISBN 100521471974
    LC Control Number94011814

    The Subject Bibliographies in Environmental Ethics are published by Timothy C. Weiskel at Harvard University to assist research in the Environmental Ethics and Public Policy Program. As part of the Center for the Study of Values in Public Life (CSVPL) at the Harvard Divinity School, this program encourages students and faculty to examine the explicit and implicit values which guide the. Industrial Ecology and the Global Impacts of Cities. Xuemei Bai; Pages: ; First PDF PDF References; Request permissions; Industrial Ecology In Europe. Cities, Mobility, and Climate Change. David Banister; Pages: ; First Published Books: Cities and Climate Change: Urban Sustainability and Global Environmental Governance.

    Such questions are at the heart of the emerging discipline of industrial ecology, covered in Taking Stock of Industrial Ecology. Leading authors, researchers and practitioners review how far industrial ecology has developed and current issues and concerns, with illustrations of what the industrial ecology paradigm has achieved in public policy. M. El-Haggar PE, PhD, in Sustainable Industrial Design and Waste Management, Approach. Industrial ecology is an environmental concept developed by researchers to improve environmental management as discussed before. Industrial ecology attempts to induce balance and cooperation between industrial processes and environmental sustainability, such that neither violates .

    From an applied perspective, the report on mitigation of climate change by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (Edenhofer, et al. ) utilizes multiple industrial ecology methods and findings as they apply to climate change, and a report of the United Nations Environment Program International Resource Panel (Ekins, et al. Industrial Ecology and Sustainable Engineering. Description. The first text available devoted completely to industrial ecology/green engineering, this introduction provides everything instructors need to teach a successful course–including visuals–in one : On-line Supplement.


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In the five main parts of this book, contributors discuss the industrialization of society; the main natural systems cycles; toxic chemicals in the environment; industrial ecology in firms; and policy-making with respect to industrial ecology.5/5(1).

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This is a book for those who wish to participate more effectively in today's attempts to implement appropriate strategies. Industrial ecology (IE) is a new ensemble concept in which the interactions between human activities and the environment are systematically analyzed.

As applied to industry, IE seeks to optimize the total industrial materials cycle from virgin material to finished product to ultimate disposal of wastes.

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The fourth section, Corporate Industrial Ecology, addresses the implementation of industrial ecology within the corporate environment. The final section, Systems-Level Industrial Ecology, deals with issues broader than a design, a factory, or a corporation, as we discuss industrial ecosystems, resource analysis, models and predictions, and Cited by: A Handbook of Industrial Ecology Edited by Robert U.

Ayres and Leslie W. Ayres. Industrial ecology is coming of age and this superb book brings together leading scholars to present a state-of-the-art overviews of the subject.

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[ill. (photograph); 8 page(s); ISSN ]. Hileman, Bette [Book Review of:] "Industrial Ecology and Global Change," Chemical & Engineering News, 73, 15, (Ap ), pp. The Journal of Industrial Ecology addresses a series of related topics: material and energy flows studies ('industrial metabolism') technological change.

dematerialization and decarbonization. life cycle planning, design and assessment. design for the environment. extended producer responsibility ('product stewardship'). Global Change and the Earth System - Executive Summary 4 Global Change and the Earth System - Executive Summary 5.

Science Highlights. Somewhat more than a decade ago it was recognised that the Earth behaves as a system in which the oceans, atmosphere and land, and the living and non-living parts therein, were all connected.

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Andrews,F. Berkhout,V. Thomas Book Resume: This book describes how humankind can more fully industrialize our society without overwhelming the Earth's natural systems. Industrial ecology can be taught as a separate, semester-long course or incorporated into existing courses. It is foreseeable that more colleges and universities will begin to initiate educational and research programs in industrial ecology.

Industrial Ecology: Toward a Definition Historical Development Industrial ecology is rooted in systems.A seminal white paper on industrial ecology originally published by Arthur D. Little Inc. (ADL) based on work in the late s, and republished by Global Business Network (GBN) in Discover.Global Ecology focuses on the perception of the biosphere or the ecosphere as a unified cooperative system with numerous synergistic effects, which describe the distinctive properties of this sphere.

This book is subdivided into five parts dealing with diverse aspects in global ecology.