Circular economy, industrial ecology and short supply chain / Delphine Gallaud, Blandine Laperche.

Gallaud, Delphine, author.
London, England ; Hoboken, New Jersey : ISTE : Wiley, 2016.
Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Management Series - Smart Innovation Set ; Volume 4
1 online resource (143 p.)
Industrial management.
Industrial ecology.
Business logistics.
Electronic books.
Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; Preface; Introduction; 1: Building Region-based Sustainable Development: Vocabulary and Tools; 2: Difficulties, Barriers and Stakes in Transitioning Towards Sustainable Regions; Conclusion; Bibliography; Index; Other titles from ISTE in Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Management; EULA; 1.1. Circular economy; 1.2. Industrial ecology; 1.3. Short supply chains; 1.4 Industrial ecology, short supply chains and sustainable regional development; 2.1. Barriers to the implementation of industrial ecology and short supply chains
2.2. How to overcome or reduce these obstacles: the role of service activities2.3. Challenges for public policy; 1.1.1. The circular economy according to the MacArthur Foundation; 1.1.2. Experiments in circular economy; 1.1.3. Factual and scientific origins of circular economy; 1.2.1. Industrial ecology and sustainable development; 1.2.2. Industrial metabolism and symbiosis; 1.2.3. Experiments in industrial ecology; 1.3.1. Origins of short food supply chains: criticism of industrial "long" supply chains; 1.3.2. Forms and functioning of short food supply chains
1.3.3. Short supply chains: generators of social innovation1.4.1. Links among these different concepts: the creation of sustainable territories; 1.4.2. Proximity and innovative "milieu": key ingredients for sustainable regional development; 1.4.3. An assessment of the regional impacts of industrial ecology and short supply chains; 2.1.1. The case of industrial ecology; 2.1.2. The case of short food supply chains; 2.2.1. Definition of service activities; 2.2.2. What role do service activities have in the implementation of industrial ecology and short food supply chains?
2.3.1. The issue of governance2.3.2. The issue of coordination; 2.3.3. What is the relevant territorial scale?; Technical barriers to synergy; Economic barriers; Informational barriers; Organizational barriers; Regulatory barriers; Infrastructural barriers; The human dimension; Obstacles to the implementation of short food supply chains; Obstacles to the complete attainment of the positive effects of short food supply chain; The organization of market relations Acquisition or maintenance of agents' capacities2.2.2.3. The development of new practices
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Laperche, Blandine, author.
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