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CIRCULAR ECONOMY AND SUSTAINABILITY

VOLUME 1: MANAGEMENT AND POLICY

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9780128198179 ::  CIRCULAR ECONOMY AND SUSTAINABILITY
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9780128198179

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<P>THE CONCEPT OF CIRCULAR ECONOMY IS BASED ON STRATEGIES, PRACTICES, POLICIES, AND TECHNOLOGIES TO ACHIEVE PRINCIPLES RELATED TO REUSING, RECYCLING, REDESIGNING, REPURPOSING, REMANUFACTURING, REFURBISHING, AND RECOVERING WATER, WASTE MATERIALS, AND NUTRIENTS TO PRESERVE NATURAL RESOURCES. IT PROVIDES THE NECESSARY CONDITIONS TO ENCOURAGE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL ACTORS TO ADOPT STRATEGIES TOWARD SUSTAINABILITY. HOWEVER, THE INCREASING COMPLEXITY OF SUSTAINABILITY ASPECTS MEANS THAT TRADITIONAL ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT/ECONOMICS ALONE CANNOT FACE THE NEW CHALLENGES AND REACH THE APPROPRIATE SOLUTIONS. </P> <P>THUS, THIS BOOK HIGHLIGHTS THE ROLE OF ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT IN BUILDING A SUSTAINABLE SOCIETY BY DEVELOPING A CIRCULAR ECONOMY THAT ESTABLISHES AND PROTECTS STRONG SOCIAL AND CULTURAL STRUCTURES BASED ON CROSS-DISCIPLINARY KNOWLEDGE AND DIVERSE SKILLS. IT INCLUDES THEORETICAL JUSTIFICATION, RESEARCH STUDIES, AND CASE STUDIES TO PROVIDE RESEARCHERS, PRACTITIONERS, PROFESSIONALS, AND POLICYMAKERS THE APPROPRIATE CONTEXT TO WORK TOGETHER IN PROMOTING SUSTAINABILITY AND CIRCULAR ECONOMY THINKING. </P> <P>VOLUME 1<I>, CIRCULAR ECONOMY AND SUSTAINABILITY: MANAGEMENT AND POLICY, </I>DISCUSSES THE CONTENT OF CIRCULAR ECONOMY PRINCIPLES AND HOW THEY CAN BE REALIZED IN THE FIELDS OF ECONOMY, MANAGEMENT, AND POLICY. IT GIVES AN OUTLINE OF THE CURRENT STATUS AND PERCEPTION OF CIRCULAR ECONOMY AT THE MICRO-, MESO-, AND MACRO-LEVELS TO PROVIDE A BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF ITS ROLE IN ACHIEVING SUSTAINABILITY. </P> <P>VOLUME 2<I>, CIRCULAR ECONOMY AND SUSTAINABILITY: ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING, </I>PRESENTS VARIOUS TECHNOLOGICAL AND DEVELOPMENTAL TOOLS THAT EMPHASIZE THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THESE PRINCIPLES IN PRACTICE (MICRO-LEVEL). IT DEMONSTRATES THE NECESSITY TO ESTABLISH A FUNDAMENTAL CONNECTION BETWEEN SUSTAINABLE ENGINEERING AND CIRCULAR ECONOMY.</P> <BR><BR><UL> <LI>PRESENTS A NOVEL APPROACH, LINKING CIRCULAR ECONOMY CONCEPTS TO ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT TO PROMOTE SUSTAINABILITY GOALS IN MODERN SOCIETIES</LI> <LI>APPROACHES THE TOPIC ON PRODUCTION AND CONSUMPTION AT BOTH THE MICRO AND MACRO LEVELS, INTEGRATING PRINCIPLES WITH PRACTICE</LI> <LI>OFFERS A RANGE OF THEORETICAL AND FOUNDATIONAL KNOWLEDGE IN ADDITION TO CASE STUDIES THAT DEMONSTRATE THE POTENTIAL IMPACT OF CIRCULAR ECONOMY PRINCIPLES ON BOTH ECONOMIC AND SOCIETAL PROGRESS</LI></UL>

<P>1. A REVIEW OF CIRCULAR ECONOMY LITERATURE THROUGH A THREEFOLD LEVEL FRAMEWORK AND ENGINEERING-MANAGEMENT APPROACH</P> <P>IOANNIS E. NIKOLAOU AND ALEXANDROS I. STEFANAKIS</P> <P>2. STEERING THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY: A NEW ROLE FOR ADAM SMITH'S INVISIBLE HAND</P> <P>KEITH R. SKENE</P> <P>3. A SYSTEMS THINKING PERSPECTIVE FOR THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY</P> <P>SEIGO ROBINSON</P> <P>4. CONCEPTUALIZING THE CIRCULAR BIOECONOMY </P> <P>WARREN E. MABEE</P> <P>5. CIRCULAR ECONOMY AND FINANCIAL PERFORMANCES OF EUROPEAN SMES </P> <P>CRISTINA MOCANU, EVA MILITARU, ANA MARIA ZAMFIR, AND MONICA MIHAELA MAER-MATEI</P> <P>6. HISTORY AND EVOLUTION OF THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY AND CIRCULAR ECONOMY BUSINESS MODELS </P> <P>ALISHA TULADHAR, KONSTANTINOS IATRIDIS, AND DIMO DIMOV</P> <P>7. A TRIPLE-LEVEL FRAMEWORK TO EVALUATE THE LEVEL OF INVOLVEMENT OF FIRMS IN THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY (CE)</P> <P>G. LANARAS-MAMOUNIS, A. KIPRITSIS, THOMAS A. TSALIS, KONSTANTINOS ?. VATALIS, AND IOANNIS E. NIKOLA</P> <P>8. EXPLORING RESOURCE-SERVICE SYSTEMS—BEYOND PRODUCT-SERVICE SYSTEMS AND TOWARD CONFIGURATIONS OF CIRCULAR STRATEGIES, BUSINESS MODELS, AND ACTORS </P> <P>FENNA BLOMSMA, MIKE TENNANT, AND GERALDINE BRENNAN</P> <P>9. COMPLEMENTING CIRCULAR ECONOMY WITH LIFE CYCLE ASSESSMENT: DEEPER UNDERSTANDING OF ECONOMIC, SOCIAL, AND ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY </P> <P>MEHZABEEN MANNAN AND SAMI G. AL-GHAMDI</P> <P>10. LIFE CYCLE COSTING AS A WAY TO INCLUDE ECONOMIC SUSTAINABILITY IN THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY. NEW PERSPECTIVES FROM RESOURCE-INTENSIVE INDUSTRIES </P> <P>M. SONIA MEDINA-SALGADO, ANNA MARIA FERRARI, DAVIDE SETTEMBRE-BLUNDO, MARCO CUCCHI, AND FERNANDO E. GARCÍA-MUIÑA</P> <P>11. CIRCULAR ECONOMY DURING PROJECT LIFE CYCLE </P> <P>IBTISAM SULAIMAN ALHOSNI, OMAR AMOUDI, AND NICOLA CALLAGHAN</P> <P>12. THE ROLE OF ECODESIGN IN THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY </P> <P>KARINE VAN DOORSSELAER</P> <P>13. SUSTAINABLE FINANCE AND CIRCULAR ECONOMY </P> <P>ANASTASIOS SEPETIS</P> <P>14. HOW TO ADVANCE SUSTAINABLE AND CIRCULAR ECONOMY-ORIENTED PUBLIC PROCUREMENT—A REVIEW OF THE OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENT AND A CASE STUDY FROM THE KYMENLAAKSO REGION IN FINLAND </P> <P>R. HUSGAFVEL, L. LINKOSALMI, D. SAKAGUCHI, AND M. HUGHES</P> <P>15. A FRAMEWORK TO INTEGRATE CIRCULAR ECONOMY PRINCIPLES INTO PUBLIC PROCUREMENT </P> <P>IOANNIS E. NIKOLAOU, THOMAS A. TSALIS, AND KONSTANTINOS I. VATALIS</P> <P>16. THE ROLE OF PUBLIC POLICY IN THE PROMOTION OF SUSTAINABILITY BY MEANS OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: THE CASE OF THE CHEMICALS SECTOR WORLDWIDE </P> <P>JOANA COSTA, MANUELA CASTRO SILVA, AND TANIA FREITAS</P> <P>17. AWARENESS-LED SOCIAL LAB ON CIRCULAR ECONOMY IN SWITZERLAND: EXPLORING SERENDIPITY </P> <P>DARYA GERASIMENKO AND ERICA MAZEROLLE-CASTILLO</P> <P>18. HOW CIRCULAR DESIGN AT SIGNIFY BRINGS ECONOMIC, ENVIRONMENTAL, AND SOCIAL VALUE </P> <P>ANTON BRUMMELHUIS AND THOMAS MARINELLI</P> <P>19. CIRCULAR ECONOMY AND URBANISM: A SUSTAINABLE APPROACH TO THE GROWTH OF CITIES </P> <P>ELENA TURRADO DOMÍNGUEZ, RAFAEL HERNÁNDEZ LÓPEZ, AND M.A. FERNÁNDEZ LÓPEZ</P> <P>20. OVERVIEW: THE SMART SUSTAINABLE CITY INITIATIVES AND THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY </P> <P>AZADEH DINDARIAN</P> <P>21. TRANSITIONING INTO CIRCULAR FOOD CONSUMPTION PRACTICES: AN ANALYTICAL FRAMEWORK </P> <P>BORRELLO MASSIMILIANO AND CEMBALO LUIGI</P> <P>22. FROM LINEAR ECONOMY LEGACIES TO CIRCULAR ECONOMY RESOURCES: MAXIMISING THE MULTIFACETED VALUES OF LEGACY MINERAL WASTES</P> <P>WILLIAM M. MAYES, SUSAN L. HULL, AND HELENA I. GOMES </P> <P>23. "CLOSING TWO LOOPS"—THE IMPORTANCE OF ENERGY RECOVERY IN THE "CLOSING THE LOOP" APPROACH </P> <P>TIHOMIR TOMIC AND DANIEL ROLPH SCHNEIDER </P> <P>24. INVESTIGATION OF THE SUSTAINABLE WASTE TRANSPORTATION IN URBAN AND RURAL MUNICIPALITIES—KEY ENVIRONMENTAL PARAMETERS OF THE COLLECTION VEHICLES USE </P> <P>PIOTR NOWAKOWSKI, KRZYSZTOF SZWARC, AND MARIUSZ WALA </P> <P>25. NEW AGE ZERO WASTE SUSTAINABLE APPAREL INDUSTRY: DESIGN PRACTICES, INNOVATIVE APPROACHES, AND TECHNOLOGICAL INTERVENTION </P> <P>INDRANIL SAHA AND DEEPAK JOHN MATHEW </P> <P>26. A CONCEPTUAL AND EMPIRICAL STUDY INTO THE PROCESS AND EMERGING PATTERNS ENABLING THE TRANSITION TO A CIRCULAR ECONOMY: EVIDENCE FROM THE DUTCH DAIRY SECTOR </P> <P>HILDE ENGELS AND JAN JONKER</P> <P>27. THE CONTEMPORARY RESEARCH ON CIRCULAR ECONOMY IN INDUSTRY </P> <P>VICTOR FUKUMOTO AND ALEXANDRE MEIRA DE VASCONCELOS</P> <P>28. THE ROLE OF COLLABORATIVE LEADERSHIP IN THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY </P> <P>NERMIN KISI</P> <P>29. ISSUES, INTERVENTIONS, AND INNOVATIONS IN THE CEMENT INDUSTRY: A COMPARATIVE TRAJECTORY ANALYSIS OF ECO-CEMENT TRANSITIONS IN THE NETHERLANDS, CHINA, AND JAPAN </P> <P>SERDAR TÜRKELI, BEIJIA HUANG, SATOSHI OHNISHI, AND RENÉ KEMP</P> <P>30. THE POTENTIAL FOR A CIRCULAR ECONOMY IN THE NONROAD MOBILE MACHINERY INDUSTRY—THE CASE OF LINDE MATERIAL HANDLING GMBH </P> <P>SERGEY MAKARYAN, HOLGER HOPPE, AND KAREN FORTUIN</P> <P>31. VALUABLE—TRANSITION OF AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY CHAIN TO THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY </P> <P>ALBERTO FERNANDEZ MINGUELA, ROBIN FOSTER, ALISTAIR HO, EMMA GOOSEY, AND JUYEON PARK</P> <P>32. CIRCULAR ECONOMY IN THE COSMETICS INDUSTRY: AN ASSESSMENT OF SUSTAINABILITY REPORTING </P> <P>O. MIKRONI, G. FOUNTOULAKIS, P. VOUROS, AND K.I. EVANGELINOS</P> <P>33. COMPANY PERSPECTIVES ON SUSTAINABLE CIRCULAR ECONOMY DEVELOPMENT IN THE SOUTH KARELIA AND KYMENLAAKSO REGIONS AND IN THE PUBLISHING SECTOR IN FINLAND </P> <P>R. HUSGAFVEL, L. LINKOSALMI, D. SAKAGUCHI, AND M. HUGHES</P> <P>34. APPROACHES TO THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY IN ARMENIA AND PORTUGAL: AN OVERVIEW</P> <P>K.S. WINANS, IRINA MKRTCHYAN, AND JOÃO PEDRO MOREIRA GONCÇALVES</P>

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