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A New Dynamic 2- Effective Systems in a Circular Economy315
The second book of the series A New Dynamic reflects on the necessity to develop a whole-system approach to re-think our economy.
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This edition brings together thought leaders who can see beyond the boundaries of their respective areas of expertise, and establish the necessary connections to re-think our current development path. This portfolio of 11 articles, spanning a variety of fields including architecture, agriculture, design, business and engineering, provides both analytical and action-orientated insights that point towards a new regenerative framework for economic prosperity.
A must-read for anyone eager to grasp the issues of the circular economy, with a view to ultimately contributing to this transition.
Foreword by Jol de Rosnay, Ph.D -Special Advisor to the President of Universcience, CEO of Biotics International. Author of The Macroscope.
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L. Hunter Lovins is the President and Founder of Natural Capitalism Solutions(NCS. A renowned author and champion of sustainable development for over 35 years, Hunter has consulted on business, economic development, sustainable agriculture, energy, water, security, and climate policies for scores of governments, communities, and companies worldwide. Within the United States, she has consulted for heads of state, departments of defense, energy agencies and hundreds of state and local agencies.
foreword: joël de rosnay; introduction: joss blériot; chapter 1: circular business opportunities for the built environment - ellen franconi, brett bridgeland, marissa yao; chapter 2: the renewable energy transition, insight from germany's energiewende - patrick graichen, markus steigenberger; chapter 3: towards a regenerative food system - martin stuchtey, morten rossé; chapter 4: ecosysrems as unifying model for cities and undustry - michael pawlyn; chapter 5: the circular economy of soil - l. hunter lovins; chapter 6: remanufacturing and teh circular economy - nabil nasr; chapter 7: selling access over ownership, cui bono? - ken webster; chapter 8: broader lessons from self-organising traffic lights in city transport systems - dirk helbing, stefan lämmer; chapter 9: challenges and capabilities for scalling up circular economy business models. a change in management perspective - markus zils, phil hawkins, peter hopkinson; chapter 10: cities as flows in a circular economy - michael batty; chpater 11: circularity indicators - chris tuppen.