Publications Sustainable Consumption Research Week 11, 2018

The Relevance of Circular Economy Practices to the Sustainable Development Goals

P Schroeder, K Anggraeni, U Weber – Journal of Industrial Ecology, 2018
… such as cleaner production and IE. In a larger context, we consider CE practices
as impor- tant elements for the transformation to systems of sustainable consumption
and production (UNEP 2012). In our discussion, we include …
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[HTML] Investigation and recommendations on the promotion of sustainable consumption behavior among young consumers in Thailand

N Vantamay – Kasetsart Journal of Social Sciences, 2018
Abstract This study investigated sustainable consumption behavior (SCB) and its
determinants among undergraduate youths in Thailand using the theory of planned
behavior (TPB) as a theoretical framework. A multistage sampling technique was used to
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Finding an economic and environmental balance in value chains based on circular economy thinking: An eco-efficiency methodology applied to the fish canning …

J Laso, I García-Herrero, M Margallo, I Vázquez-Rowe… – … Conservation and Recycling, 2018
The production of food that is environmentally friendly and presents a high economic return
is one of the current concerns for the food industry. Eco-efficiency.
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[HTML] Evaluation of LEED for Neighbourhood Development and Envision Rating Frameworks for Their Implementation in Poorer Countries

JM Diaz-Sarachaga, D Jato-Espino, D Castro-Fresno – Sustainability, 2018
The unstoppable world population growth is increasing the concentration of people in urban
settlements and the number of megacities, especially in developing countries where urbanization
exacerbates social and economic inequalities. Green rating systems have been launched …
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Implementing the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development: Achievements and Limitations of the G20 Presidency in 2017

I Scholz, C Brandi – Global Summitry, 2018
Abstract. One major objective of the German G20 presidency in 2016/17 was to promote the
implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its.
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Learning Urban Resilience from a Social-Economic-Ecological System Perspective: a case study of Beijing from 1978-2015

Z Wang, X Deng, C Wong, Z Li, J Chen – Journal of Cleaner Production, 2018
After the People’s Republic of China (PRC) established in 1949, central planners have made
much efforts to greening the capital city, Beijing. However, with t.
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[PDF] SALSA: Sustainable Agricultural Systems in Southeast Asia: Building Research and Training Networks on Sustainable Development Goals

JM Roda, M Djama, SF Sidique, PM Tahir, A Rival – 2017
… 113 These 17 Goals build on the successes of the Millennium Development Goals, while
114 including new areas such as climate change, economic inequality, innovation, 115
sustainable consumption, peace and justice, among other priorities …
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[PDF] Humanistic Episteme in Researching Cultural Sustainability of the Fashion Product. J Fashion Technol Textile Eng S3: 008

M Pop, IS Avram – of, 2017
… It is not just a design response to the challenges of new and unexpected categories of needs,
but a cultural experience where creation, innovation, economy and the new approaches to
sustainable consumption set the premises of another type of civilization and concept of life …
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How does information publicity influence residents’ behaviour intentions around e-waste recycling?

Z Wang, D Guo, X Wang, B Zhang, B Wang – Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 2018
… We developed the scale and designed the questionnaire, and then carried out field research
to obtain more realistic data. Our research is conducted by team members personally, and the
name of our team is China Sustainable Consumption Survey (CSCS) …
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Textilt avfall och textil återvinning i Borås Stad

S Axelson – 2018
… Student thesis Abstract [en]. The consumption of textiles is increasing more and more,
meanwhile there are vigorous efforts both from the textile industry and controlling
companies to promote sustainable consumption. A significant …
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[PDF] Communicating for Sustainable Consumption and Production WG: Scoping Document

DG Fischer, G Guillen-Hanson, P Vergragt – 2018
The authors of this paper work on the assumption that climate change and other pressing
environmental and social issues cannot be solved by technologies alone; what we also
need is changes in our consumption patterns and life styles. This is much harder to achieve
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Ending Africa’s Energy Deficit and the Law: Achieving Sustainable Energy for All in Africa

Y Omorogbe, A Ordor – 2018
DEFICITI AND THE LAW AChieving Sustainable Energy for All in Aſſica OXFORD
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Evaluating Socio-economic Impact of Age-Friendly Environments

RB Staalduinen, M Hinkema – Building Evidence for Active Ageing Policies: Active …, 2018
… by sub-areas Household savings—older people Investment Cross-border flows—import/export/
access to flows age-related products/services Public budgets/ services Market mechanisms
Innovation, Research & Development (R&D) Sustainable consumption & production …
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[PDF] Energy Consumption Pattern for Indian Households

S Jain, A Kumar
… consumption. Analysis of energy consumption and income of rural and urban
household types may provide insight into more sustainable consumption patterns.
In this paper we evaluate the relationship between Indian household …
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… 3.4. The influence of the ecological actions in the framework of CSR The aim of modern
“eco-consumerism” is to transform the current model of consumption into the sustainable
consumption. It is extremely important for future generations to realize the ecological aspect …
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Synthesis of the discussions held at the International Workshop on Advances in Cleaner Production: Ten years working together for a sustainable future

BF Giannetti, L Coscieme, F Agostinho, GCO Neto… – Journal of Cleaner …, 2018
… The ACPN is a multi/transdisciplinary forum that is built upon the perspective that Cleaner
Production and Sustainable Consumption are powerful tools for continuous applications of
integrated, preventive strategies when holistically applied in process optimization, and in ethical …
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A Framework to Evaluate Eco-and Social-labels for designing a Sustainability Consumption Label to Measure Strong Sustainability Impact of Firms/Products

IE Nikolaou, T Tsalis – Journal of Cleaner Production, 2018
… 2.5. Step 5: Corporate Sustainable Consumption Index. Following previous analysis, the firm/
product sustainability index is separated in two further indexes as follows: A) Eq … 5]. where. B)
Eq. 6 shows “Strong” Sustainable Consumption Index (S_SCI) which is the sum of Eq …
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In search of sustainable and responsible consumption.

V Zabkar, M Kos Koklic, S McDonald, I Abosag – 2018
Open Access Institutional Repository. at Robert Gordon University …
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New meat without livestock

K Schmidinger, D Bogueva, D Marinova – Handbook of Research on Social Marketing …, 2018
… approaches for reducing world hunger. Psychological strategies for nutritional
transitions towards more sustainable consumption patterns and criteria for market
success of meat alternatives are presented. This is followed by …
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[HTML] Sustainable Entrepreneurship Orientation: A Reflection on Status-Quo Research on Factors Facilitating Responsible Managerial Practices

S Kraus, J Burtscher, C Vallaster, M Angerer – Sustainability, 2018
With the global financial system having undergone vast changes since the financial crisis of 2007,
scientific research concerning the investor’s point of view on sustainable investments has
drastically increased. However, there remains a lack of research focused on the entrepreneur’s …
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Evaluating Socio-economic Impact of Age-Friendly Environments

MF Sanz, JG Ferrer, W van Staalduinen, R Bond… – Building Evidence for Active …, 2018
… Accelerated time to market. Sustainable consumption & production. Consumption: Household
expenditure—Structure of older households—energy use, car ownership … 0. Sustainable
consumption & production. Advantages/disadvantages/improvements. + …
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[PDF] Making a Difference to the Environment: Understanding Undergraduates Environmental Behaviour

CC Li, SC Ong – Malaysian Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities …, 2018
… Among them were Mamatand Mokhtar (2012) on environmental education, Asmuni et al. (2012)
on sustainable consumption practices; Ahmad et al … (2005) on knowledge and sustainable
consumption. Studies on environmental issues in Malaysia included: Jayaraman et al …
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The Role of Microorganisms in Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals

AA Akinsemolu – Journal of Cleaner Production, 2018
In January 2016, the 2030 goals for sustainable development were set by the United Nations
for achieving environmental, social and economic growth through green.
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Introduction: Law for a New Economy: Enterprise, Sharing, Regulation

B Morgan, A Thorpe – Journal of Law and Society, 2018
… 6 17 J. Schor and CJ Fitzmaurice, `Collaborating and Connecting: The emergence
of the sharing economy’ in Handbook of Research on Sustainable Consumption,
eds. L. Reisch and J. Thùgersen (2015). ß 2018 The Author …
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Environmental Policy and the Pursuit of Sustainability

C Schelly, A Banerjee – 2018
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