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INDUSTRIAL ECOLOGY AND GLOBAL CHANGE

INDUSTRIAL ECOLOGY AND GLOBAL CHANGE Autor: SOCOLOW
Editora: CAMBRIDGE - 1995
ISBN: 9780521577830
Área: Meio Ambiente
N. Páginas: 520 pags
Valor:
R$250,00

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Contents:
Foreword William Moomaw; Preface Robert Socolow; Acknowledgments; Contributors; Overview: 1. Six perspectives from industrial ecology Robert Socolow; Part I. Vulnerability and Adaptation: 2. Introduction R. Socolow, C. Andrews; F. Berkhout and V. Thomas; 3. Industrial ecology: definition and implementation Thomas Graedel; 4. Industrialization as a historical phenomenon Arnulf Grubler; 5. Changing perceptions of vulnerability Robin Cantor and Steve Rayner; 6. The human dimension of vulnerability Robert S. Chen; 7. Global industrialization: a developing country perspective Saleemul Huq; Part II. The Grand Cycles: Disruption and Repair: 8. Introduction R. Socolow, C. Andrews; F. Berkhout and V. Thomas; 9. Human impacts on the carbon and nitrogen cycles Robert U. Ayres; William H. Schlesinger and Robert H. Socolow; 10. Charting development paths: a multicountry comparison of carbon dioxide emissions William Moomaw and Mark Tullis; 11. Reducing urban sources of methane: an experiment in industrial ecology Robert Harris; 12. Reducing carbon dioxide emissions in Russia Yuri Kononov; 13. Energy efficiency in China: past experience and future prospects Jiang Zhenping; 14. Roles for biomass energy in sustainable development Robert Williams; Part III. Toxics and The Environment: 15. Introduction R. Socolow, C. Andrews; F. Berkhout and V. Thomas; 16. Soil as a vulnerable environmental system Jerald Schnoor and Valerie Thomas; 17. The vulnerability of biotic diversity William Schlesinger; 18. Global ecotoxicology: management and science Susan Anderson; 19. Industrial activity and metals emissions Jerome Nriagu; 20. Metals loading of the environment: cadmium in the rhine basin William Stigliani, Peter Jaffe and Stefan Anderberg; 21. Emissions and exposure to metals: cadmium and lead Valerie Thomas and Thomas Spiro; 22. Nuclear power: an industrial ecology that failed? Frans Berkhout; Part IV. Industrial Ecology In Firms: 23. Introduction R. Socolow, C. Andrews; F. Berkhout and V. Thomas; 24. Product life-cycle management to replace waste management Michael Braungart; 25. Industrial ecology in the manufacturing of consumer products Wayne France and Valerie Thomas; 26. Design for environment: a management perspective Bruce Paton; 27. Prioritizing impacts in industrial ecology Thomas Graedel, Inge Horkeby and Victoria Norberg-Bohm; 28. Finding and implementing projects that reduce waste Kenneth Nelson; 29. Free-lunch economics for industrial ecologists Theodore Panayotou and Clifford Zinnes; Part V. Industrial Ecology In Policy-Making: 30. Introduction R. Socolow, C. Andrews; F. Berkhout and V. Thomas; 31. Policies to encourage clean technology Clinton Andrews; 32. Initiatives in Lower Saxony to link ecology to economy Monika Griefahn; 33. Military-to-civilian conversion and the environment in Russia George Golitsyn; 34. The political economy of raw materials extraction and trade Stephen Bunker; 35. Development, environment and energy efficiency Ashok Gadgil; End piece: 36. The industrial ecology agenda Clinton Andrews; Frans Berkhout and Valerie Thomas; Organizing committee members; Working groups; Index.

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