Ecological economics and industrial ecology: a case study of the Integrated Product Policy of the European Union
Routlege, 2007 - 293 pagina's
Holistic in approach and rooted in the real world Ecological Economics and Industrial Ecology presents a new way of looking at environmental policy; exploring the relationship between ecological economics and industrial ecology. Concentrating on the conceptual background of ecological economics and industrial ecology, this book: provides a selection of recommendations for a product-oriented environmental policy, based on the author "s case study of the IPP contributes to the development of a consistent body of knowledge regarding sustainable development. A topical and critical review, this book should be read by academics and policy makers alike, specifically those engaged with the concepts surrounding sustainable development and the rationale for more restrictive environmental policies.
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achieve adopted application approach Chapter companies concept constitutes consumers countries discussed eco-efficiency eco-labelling ecological eco ecological economics ecological economists economics and industrial economy-environment interactions ecosystem efficiency emissions end-of-life management energy entropy environment environmental impacts environmental management environmentally friendly products European Commission European Commission 2003a European Parliament example extended producer responsibility final demand focused framework function further implications important improvement increase industrial ecology industrial metabolism industrial systems input-output analysis input-output models input-output tables inputs instruments integrated issues joint production LCA and eco-design ment mental metaphor models NAMEA natural systems nomics Oosterhuis organisms outputs perspective point of view policy makers potential precautionary principle presented principle problems processes product chain product life-cycle product system product-oriented environmental policies promoted recycling reduce refer relevant resilience reuse sector stakeholders strategy subsection sustainable development systems thinking tion various waste