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Perspectives on radical changes to sustainable consumption and production

Author: Tukker, Arnold ; Charter, Martin ; Vezzoli, Carlo ; Sto, Eivind ; Munch Andersen, Maj Series: System innovation for sustainability ; 1 Publisher: Greenleaf Publishing, 2008.Language: EnglishDescription: 470 p. : Graphs/Ill./Photos ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781906093037Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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System Innovation for Sustainability Perspectives on Radical Changes to Sustainable Consumption and Production Contents Preface............................................................................................................................ ix Part 1: The context of this book............................................................. 1 1 Introduction ............................................................................................................. 2 Arnold Tukker, Sophie Emmert, Martin Charter, Carlo Vezzoli, Eivind Sto, Maj Munch Andersen, Theo Geerken, Ursula Tischner and Saadi Lahlou 2 Sustainability: a multi-interpretable notion: the book's normative stance ................ 14 Arnold Tukker Part 2: Business perspective................................................................. 45 3 Review: the role of business in realising sustainable consumption and production .................................................................................46 Martin Charter, Casper Gray, Tom Clark and Tim Woolman 4 Business models for sustainable energy .................................................................70 Rolf Wustenhagen and Jasper Boehnke 5 Alternative business models for a sustainable automotive industry ........................ 80 Peter Wells 6 Sustainability-related innovation and the Porter Hypothesis: how to innovate for energy-efficient consumption and production ........................ 99 Marcus Wagner 7 Marketing in the age of sustainable development.................................................. 116 Frank-Martin Belz Part 3: Design perspective ................................................................ 137 8 Review: design for sustainable consumption and production systems.................. 138 Carlo Vezzoli and Ezio Manzini 9 Design for (social) sustainability and radical change ............................................ 159 Ursula Tischner 10 Social innovation and design of promising solutions towards sustainability: emerging demand for sustainable solutions (EMUDE)........................................178 Francois Jégou 11 Eco-Innovative Cities Australia: a pilot project for the ecodesign of services in eight local councils ........................................................................... 197 Chris Ryan 12 Is a radical systemic shift toward sustainability possible in China? ......................214 Benny C.H. Leong Part 4: Consumer perspective .......................................................... 233 13 Review: a multi-dimensional approach to the study of consumption in modern societies and the potential for radical sustainable changes ...................234 Eivind Stø, Harald Throne-Hoist, Pål Strandbakken and Gunnar Vittersø 14 Product-service systems: taking a functional and a symbolic perspective on usership ..............................................................................................................255 Gerd Scholl 15 Social capital, lifestyles and consumption patterns .............................................. 271 Dario Padovan 16 Linking sustainable consumption to everyday life: a social-ecological approach to consumption research ...................................... 288 Irmgard Schultz and Immanuel Stieß 17 Emerging sustainable consumption patterns in Central Eastern Europe, with a specific focus on Hungary ........................................................................ 301 Edina Vadovics Part 5: System innovation policy perspective................................. 319 18 Review: system transition processes for realising sustainable consumption and production .............................................................................. 320 Maj Munch Andersen 19 System innovations in innovation systems: conceptual foundations and experiences with Adaptive Foresight in Austria ..... 345 K. Matthias Weber, Klaus Kubeczko and Harald Rohracher 20 Transition management for sustainable consumption and production ................. 369 Rene Kemp 21 Systemic changes and sustainable consumption and production: cases from product-service systems .................................................................. 391 Oksana Mont and Tareq Emtairah Part 6: Conclusions and integration ................................................ 405 22 Conclusions: change management for sustainable consumption and production.................................................................................................... 406 Arnold Tukker Abbreviations ............................................................................................................... 444 About the contributors................................................................................................... 448 Index ............................................................................................................................ 455

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