Eco-industrial development is born from the realisation that the places where we work waste too much and unnecessarily pollute the land, air and water. This book explores the key issues involved in developing eco-parks and identifies the stakeholders and their roles in such projects.
Table of Contents
Foreword Michael Krause Introduction Judy Musnikow, Simmons College Graduate School of Library and Information Science, USA Part 1: Introduction 1. What is eco-industrial development? Edward Cohen-Rosenthal, Work and Environment Initiative, Cornell University, USA 2. Making sense of industrial ecology: a framework for analysis and action Edward Cohen-Rosenthal, Work and Environment Initiative, Cornell University, USA 3. A walk on the human side of industrial ecology Edward Cohen-Rosenthal, Work and Environment Initiative, Cornell University, USA Part 2: Eco-industrial development for whom? the role of stakeholders 4. The role of government in eco-industrial development Bracken Hendricks, Institute for America's Future, USA, and Suzanne Giannini-Spohn, US Environmental Protection Agency 5. The role of local government in eco-industrial park development Maile Takahashi, Harvard University, USA 6. Community engagement in eco-industrial development Mary Schlarb and Judy Musnikow, Cornell University, USA 7. The developer's role in eco-industrial development Mark Smith, Pario Research, USA 8. The energy of eco-industrial development Daniel K. Slone, McGuireWoods LLP, USA Part 3: Key issues in eco-industrial development 9. Legal aspects of eco-industrial development Daniel K. Slone, McGuireWoods LLP, USA 10. Environmental and resource issues: an overview Raymond P. Cote, School for Resource and Environmental Studies, Canada 11. Management of eco-industrial parks, networks and companies Edward Cohen-Rosenthal, Work and Environment Initiative, Cornell University, USA 12. Links to the ISO 14000 series at the park and company level Astrid Petersen, Cornell University, USA 13. Making it happen: financing eco-industrial development Dennis Alvord, US Department of Commerce, USA 14. Real estate and eco-industrial development: the creation of value Edward Cohen-Rosenthal, Work and Environment Initiative, Cornell University, USA, and Mark Smith, Pario Research, USA 15. Evaluating the success of eco-industrial development Marian R. Chertow, Yale University, USA Part 4: Eco-industrial compendium of cases 16. The industrial symbiosis in Kalundborg, Denmark: an approach to cleaner industrial production Noel Brings Jacobsen, The Symbiosis Institute, Denmark 17. The Green Institute Phillips Eco-enterprise Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota Michael Krause, The Green Institute, USA, and Corey Brinkema, Trillium Planning & Development, USA 18. Cape Charles Sustainable Technology Park: the eco-industrial development strategy of Northampton County, Virginia Timothy Hayes, County of Northampton, Virginia, USA 19. Sustainable Londonderry Peter C. Lowitt, AICP, Devens Enterprise Commission, USA 20. The Red Hills Industrial Ecoplex: a case study Ron Forsythe, Pickering Inc., USA 21. Region-wide eco-industrial networking in North Carolina Judy Kincaid, Triangle J Council of Governments, USA 22. A case study in eco-industrial development: the transformation of Burnside Industrial Park Raymond P. Cote, Dalhousie University, Canada, and Peggy Crawford, Eco-efficiency Centre, Burnside Industrial Park, Canada 23. Eco-industrial development as a defence conversion strategy: a case study of the Louisiana Army Ammunition Plant Re-use Joshua L. Tosteson, Columbia University, USA, and Victor A. Guadagno, Northwest Louisiana Commerce Centre, USA 24. Eco-industrial development in Asian developing countries Ernest Lowe, RPP International, USA
Edward Cohen-Rosenthal, Lucy Musnikcow
Readers ... will find this book immensely inspiring and innovative. Highly recommended. - Eagle Bulletin, January 2004 |
| This collaborative work, with its vision of "eco-industrial parks", introduces a concept still largely in its infancy: linking manufacturers in an industrial ecosystem where economic and environmental excellence can flourish. - UNEP Industry and Environment, Oct–Dec 2003 || This book is the first to pool together resources and knowledge from a wide array of sources within the eco-industrial field. - Warmer Bulletin, January 2004