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Salomone / Cecchin / Deutz Industrial Symbiosis for the Circular Economy

Operational Experiences, Best Practices and Obstacles to a Collaborative Business Approach

1. Auflage 2020, 194 Seiten, Gebunden, Book, Format (B × H): 160 mm x 238 mm, Gewicht: 488 g Reihe: Strategies for Sustainability
ISBN: 978-3-030-36659-9
Verlag: Springer, Berlin

Salomone / Cecchin / Deutz Industrial Symbiosis for the Circular Economy

The book is designed to help public and private decision-makers and academics deepen their knowledge and understanding of the contexts, obstacles and challenges of a variety of business types involved in Industrial Symbiosis and Circular Economy practices.
Industrial Symbiosis is reported in the Action Plan on the Circular Economy developed by the European Commission in 2015 (COM / 2015/0614 final) and in its revision of 14 March 2017, but relatively little is known of how these practices start, develop or fail, and mutate in a rapidly changing context.
Including selected contributions presented at the 24th ISDRS 2018 Conference, “Actions for a Sustainable World: from theory to practice” in the two theme tracks “5c. Circular economy, zero waste & innovation” and “5g. Industrial symbiosis, networking and cooperation as part of industrial ecology”, this book offers a transdisciplinary perspective on real experiences of industrial symbiosis, performed both by industries and the scientific community, best practices, success and unsuccessful cases (implemented or under implementation), with the final aim to promote the adoption of Industrial Symbiosis as an operational and systematic tool for the Circular Economy. In particular, a focus on the environmental, social, and economic impact of Circular Economy and Industrial Symbiosis practices, and how those impacts may be context and/or scale dependent is given.



Weitere Infos & Material

Chapter 1. Relating Industrial Symbiosis and Circular Economy to the Sustainable Development debate.- Chapter 2. Guiding SMEs towards the circular economy. A Case Study.- Chapter 3. Resources audit as an effective tool for the implementation of industrial symbiosis paths for the transition towards circular economy.- Chapter 4. Structure and relationships of existing networks in view of the potential Industrial Symbiosis development.- Chapter 5. Industrial Symbiosis for the Circular Economy implementation in the raw materials sector---the Polish case.- Chapter 6. Towards Sustainable E-Waste Management through Industrial Symbiosis: A Supply Chain Perspective.- Chapter 7. Supply chain management for circular economy in Latin America: RedES-CAR in Colombia.- Chapter 8. Emilia-Romagna (Italy) innovative experiences on circular economy.- Chapter 9. The role of collaborative and integrated approach towards a Smart Sustainable District: the real case of Roveri Industrial District.- Chapter 10. ALL YOU CAN'T EAT: research and experiences from agri-food waste to new building products in a circular economy perspective.- Chapter 11. A sustainable approach to the re-use of biomass: synergy between circular agroindustry and biorefinery models.- Chapter 12. Valorization of agricultural wastes and biorefineries: a way of heading to circular economy.

Cutaia, Laura
Roberta Salomone is Full Professor of Commodity Science at the University of Messina, Department of Economics, Italy. She holds a Ph.D. in "Technology and Economics of Processes and Products for the Environmental Safeguard" (University of Catania, Italy). She participated to various research groups, also as national coordinator and she is, actually, author of more than 130 publications on national and international scientific journals, books and proceedings. She teaches Quality and Environmental Management, Industrial Ecology and Sustainability Management in bachelors, master degree, PhD courses and specialization courses. Her research is mainly on Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) and other environmental assessment and management systems and tools, Quality Management and Environmental Management, Industrial Ecology and Industrial Symbiosis and Circular Economy. She is member of the Board of the International Sustainable Development Research Society (ISDRS) from 01/01/2019.
Andrea Cecchin is a researcher and practitioner in the fields of sustainable development, circular economy, waste management, environmental assessment, urban planning and community engagement. He holds a PhD in environmental sciences from Ca' Foscari University of Venice, Italy, and he is currently a postdoctoral research fellow at the Plant Sciences Department, North Dakota State University, USA, and an adjunct assistant professor at the Earth System Science & Policy Department, University of North Dakota, USA. Cecchin serves as a member of the International Sustainable Development Research Society, where he co-leads the working group "Circular Economy, Zero Waste and Innovation". As researcher and consultant, he has worked in Europe, South and North America. He is an expert in designing and carrying out transdisciplinary action research projects, where stakeholders and local communities are actively engaged in the research process. Currently, he is leading a research project where wastes are used as construction materials in low-income communities to improve the resilience of human settlements to natural disasters.

Pauline Deutz is a Reader in Human Geography in the Department of Geography, Geology and Environment at the University of Hull, UK. Following on from a multi-disciplinary training, with degrees in Geography and Geology, her research takes an interdisciplinary social science approach to the co-ordination of environmental issues with other social-economic priorities. Examples include: incorporation of industrial ecology/circular economy principles into economic development & resource management; integration of eco-design in product design; building the capacity for sustainability in waste management. Currently she is coordinating the EU Marie Sklodowska Curie Innovative Training Network 'Cresting: Circular Economy: sustainability implications and guiding progress'. She is also the co-PI of 'Evolving a Circular Plastics Economy' funded by the UK Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council. Following six years as vice president of ISDRS, Pauline is President of ISDRS for 2019-2020.

Andrea Raggi is full professor of Industrial Ecology and related issues at the Dept. of Economic Studies, University "G. d'Annunzio", Pescara, Italy. For 3 decades, he has carried out academic research and teaching. His research perspective includes environmental management systems, life cycle sustainability assessment, industrial ecology. His research is mainly of an interdisciplinary nature, also involving engagement with stakeholders (mainly industry); he has participated in various research projects involving multi- and inter-disciplinary collaborations, both at a national and international level. He has authored or co-authored more than 200 publications in national or international books, journals and conference proceedings.

Laura Cu


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