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Industrial Ecology and Global Change
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How can the Earth become fully industrialised without overwhelming natural systems? This is a book for those who wish to participate more effectively in today's attempts to implement appropriate strategies. The reader will more deeply understand:• recycling - after learning what happens to lead and cadmium in consumer products;• solar energy - after exploring a future based on biomass energy;• chemicals in agriculture - after being introduced to ecotoxicology and the global nitrogen cycle;• industrial innovation - after reading eye-witness accounts of new design principles and management practices on the shop floor;• international cooperation - after confronting conflicting perspectives of authors from several countries.The goal is to empower the citizen activist, the scholar looking for new challenges, the business leader determined to move beyond slogans in achieving the greening of industry, and the educated person everywhere who finds these issues too important to be left to others.

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‘… aims to provide coherence to the thinking about industrial ecology by clarifying what is more and less important and what is well and poorly understood … a rich mix of topics.’

Source: Integrated Environmental Management

‘… a refreshingly positive and constructive look at our impact on the natural world and the remedial policies we should adopt for the future … This is an important and well-presented text.’

Peter D. Moore Source: New Scientist

‘… excellent and far-reaching volume.’

James Eflin Source: Global Environmental Change

‘The book is recommended as a source book for those concerned with global change and its relationship with industry.’

Ian W. Drummond Source: OUGS Journal

‘… a very well produced book with excellent references and very clear illustrations.’

Margaret C. Enger Source: OUGS Journal

‘This is an important work on the subject that cannot be ignored.’

Source: The Naturalist

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