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Resource Efficiency Atlas: An international perspective on technologies and products with resource efficiency potential

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  • von Geibler, Justus
  • Rohn, Holger
  • Schnabel, Frieder
  • Meier, Jana
  • Wiesen, Klaus
  • Ziema, Elina
  • Pastewski, Nico
  • Lettenmeier, Michael
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    Technical innovations can contribute significantly to increase resource efficiency. A selection of 21 examples for resource efficient technologies, products and strategies from the field shows the brochure Resource Efficiency Atlas, which was created in line with the same titled project. Overall the project team analysed several hundred technical solutions and strategies and assessed its possible contributions to increases in resource efficiency. The project was arranged co-operatively by the Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Engineering IAO, the Trifolium -Beratungsgesellschaft mbH and the Institut für Arbeitswissenschaften und Technologiemanagement of the University Stuttgart. The examples from the brochure and further 70 examples can be seen on the project website

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    This book is provided by Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy in its series Wuppertal Spezial with number 44e and published in 2011.
    Volume: 44e
    Handle: RePEc:zbw:wupspe:44e
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