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Industrial ecology: An historical view

Industrial ecology: An historical view,10.1016/S0959-6526(97)00003-6,Journal of Cleaner Production,S. Erkman

Industrial ecology: An historical view   (Citations: 125)
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Journal: Journal of Cleaner Production - J CLEAN PROD , vol. 5, no. 1, pp. 1-10, 1997
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    • ...1992; Tibbs 1992; Allenby and Cooper 1994; Cote and Hall 1995; Graedel and Allenby 1995; Ayres and Ayres 1996; Graedel 1996; Ehrenfeld and Gertler 1997; Erkman 1997; Schwartz and Steininger 1997; Anderberg 1998; Cote and Cohen-Rosenthal 1998; Allenby 1999; Ehrenfeld 1999, 2000, 2003, 2004; Chertow 2000, 2002; Cohen-Rosenthal 2000; den Hond 2000; Korhonen 2000a, 2000b, 2001, 2002a, 2004; Sinding 2000; Roome 2001; Johansson 2002; Korhonen and Snakin 2003; Niutanen and Korhonen 2003; Jacobsen 2006) in terms of cleaner production concepts (Van Weenen 1990; WBCSD/UNEP 1996; Geiser 1999, 2002; WBCSD 2000; Erkman and Ramaswamy 2001; Jaworski and Minns 2001; Lindhqvist 2001; Van Berkel 2001, 2005, 2006; Van Berkel and Van Kampen 2001)...

    Giancarlo Barbiroli. Economic consequences of the transition process toward green and susta...

    • ...Industrial symbiosis (IS) has been defined as the synergistic exchange of material and energy between industrial organizations in a locality or region or even in a virtual community [1,2,3]...

    Yu Qiet al. Promoting Industrial Symbiosis Network through Public-Private Partners...

    • ...Under this background, a broad and worldwide consensus has been reached on the great importance of striving for sustainable development [1]...

    Wang Zhaohuaet al. Industry Ecosystem Development at the Firm Level: A Case Study of Nann...

    • ...The idea of industrial ecology is to change linear-production processes (raw materials are converted into products, by-products and wastes) into loops (used products, by-products and wastes of one process are used as resources for another) by imitating the resources of natural eco-systems (Erkman, 1997...

    Vesselina Dimitrovaet al. Managerial factors for evaluating eco-clustering approach

    • ...It got grown rapidly both in theories and practices since the 1990s [1,2] ...

    Li Yanget al. Exergy analysis on eco-industrial systems

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