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Smart Innovation Set - Volume 4

Delphine Gallaud, AgroSup Dijon, France Blandine Laperche, University Littoral-Côte d’Opale, France

ISBN: 9781848218796

Publication Date: May 2016   Paperback   138 pp.

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In contrast to the linear “take-make-dispose” model of resource consumption, a new industrial model is proposed in the form of a circular economy. This model aims to optimize the use of resources and to reduce or eliminate waste, and is based on re-use, repair, ecodesign, industrial ecology, sustainable supply and responsible consumption.
Industrial ecology and short supply chains can contribute – particularly on a territorial scale – to the emergence of a real sustainable development. This book develops these concepts and presents experiments that are taking place in France and other countries, in addition to an integrated model which details the mechanisms through which industrial ecology and short supply chains can generate economic, social and environmental profits. The possible issues and obstacles facing these new practices are also analyzed, in order to develop the outline of an adapted management and governance which will enable them to be fully realized.

Contents

1. Building Region-based Sustainable Development: Vocabulary and Tools.
2. Difficulties, Barriers and Stakes in Transitioning Towards Sustainable Regions.

About the Authors

Delphine Gallaud is Associate Professor in Industrial Organization at AgroSup Dijon in France. She is Vice-President of the Research Network on Innovation.
Blandine Laperche is Associate Professor in Industrial Organization and Innovation at the University Littoral-Côte d’Opale in France. She is Director and Vice-President of the Research Network on Innovation.

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