I am glad to inform you that Resources, Conservation and Recycling journal is now accepting research articles for an upcoming Special Issue on Resource Efficiency in Chinese Industry. ...
Special Issue: Resource Efficiency in Chinese Industry journals.elsevier.com
China has experienced unprecedented rapid economic growth during the last thirty years. The annual gross domestic product (GDP) has grown at an...
Why Solar Thermal Technology Lacks Incentives and Financing cleanenergyfinanceforum.com
by Kat Friedrich Compared to the outpouring of financing for solar photovoltaics, financing for solar thermal technologies has taken a back seat for many years in the United States. The Clean Energ...
Yale Journal Examines Frontier Research in Footprinting for Sustainability
The notion of environmental “footprinting” as a way to represent the impact of human activity on the planet’s ...
Journal of Industrial Ecology onlinelibrary.wiley.com
You have free access to this content Life Cycle Assessment of a Lithium-Ion Battery Vehicle Pack (pages 113–124) Linda Ager-Wick Ellingsen, Guillaume Majeau-Bettez, Bhawna Singh, Akhilesh Kumar Srivastava, Lars Ole Valøen and Anders Hammer...
Yale Center for Industrial Ecology
About the Yale Center for Industrial Ecology Group
Yale University's School of Forestry & Environmental Studies' Center for Industrial Ecology was established in September 1998 to provide an organizational focus for... more »
Yale University's School of Forestry & Environmental Studies' Center for Industrial Ecology was established in September 1998 to provide an organizational focus for research in industrial ecology. The Center brings together Yale staff, students, visiting scholars, and practitioners to develop new knowledge at the forefront of the field. Research is carried out in collaboration with other segments of the Yale community, other academic institutions, and international partners. Faculty research interests include, among others, the theoretical basis of industrial ecology, the cycles of materials, technological change and the environment, eco-industrial urban development, industrial symbiosis, and product and producer policy issues. « less
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