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Ken Green and Sally Randles

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Sally Randles and Alan Warde

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Will Medd and Simon Marvin

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Jeremy Howells

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Ramesh Ramaswamy and Suren Erkman

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Suren Erkman and Ramesh Ramaswamy

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Edited by Ken Green and Sally Randles

This book explores the disciplinary interfaces and practical implications of working across the two disciplines of industrial ecology (IE) and innovation studies (IS). Both disciplines have something to say about instigating environmental improvement and more sustainable futures. IE is predicated on the idea that social and economic systems mirror, or should be made to mirror, natural ecological systems. Proponents of IE devise models and techniques to trace material and energy resource flows as they move through social and economic systems. They propose policy and management improvements to increase the resource efficiency of such systems. By contrast, IS researchers work with the idea that innovation is a dynamic activity, vital to social and economic change and is shaped by a range of actors in industry, in government and in households.
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Sally Randles and Frans Berkhout

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Murat Mirata and Richard Pearce