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Designing for Zero Waste.
Consumption, Technologies and the Built Environment.
New York
Designing for Zero Waste is a timely, topical and necessary publication. Materials and resources are being depleted at an accelerating speed and rising consumption trends across the globe have placed material efficiency, waste reduction and recycling at the centre of many government policy agendas, giving them an unprecedented urgency. While there has been a considerable literature addressing consumption and waste reduction from different disciplinary perspectives, the complex nature of the problem requires an increasing degree of interdisciplinarity. Resource recovery and the optimisation of material flow can only be achieved alongside and through behaviour change to reduce the creation of material waste and wasteful consumption. This book aims to develop a more robust understanding of the links between lifestyle, consumption, technologies and urban development.
Inhaltsverzeichnis :
Foreword. Designing for Zero Waste, Vaughan Levitzke Preface.
Zero Waste - Towards a vision of a new model for humankind, Peter Brandon Introduction. People, Policies and Persuasion: the future of waste reduction and resource recovery in households and urban settings, Steffen Lehmann and Robert Crocker

Part I. Zero Waste, Sustainability and Behaviour Change: Principles
1. Consumer culture, waste and behaviour change: the case of walking, Robert Crocker
2. 21st century life: how our work, home and community lives affect our capacity to live sustainably, Natalie Skinner, Barbara Pocock, Pip Williams and Jane Edwards
3. Young children and sustainable consumption: An early childhood education agenda, Sue Nichols
4. Reducing Wasteful Household Behaviours: Contributions from Psychology and Implications for Intervention Design, Sandra Davison, Kirrilly Thompson, Drew Dawson and Anne Sharp
5. Collaborative consumption and the remaking of local resilience: reflecting upon enabling solutions, Angelique Edmonds

Part II. Zero Waste, Enabling Technologies and Consumption: Policies
6. Getting closer to Zero Waste in the new mobile communications paradigm: a social and cultural perspective, Robert Crocker
7. Waste from Electronics (e-Waste) Governance and Systems Organisation, Ab Stevels, Jaco Huisman and Feng Wang
8. Life-cycle thinking, analysis and design, Alexander Walker
9. Green Houses: Problem-solving, Ontology and the House, Jane Dickson with Victor Buchli
10. Living in harmony with wildlife: considering the animal′s ′point of view′ in planning and design, Carla Litchfield, Kurt Lushington, Sue Bigwood and Wendy Foster

Part III. Zero Waste in Sustainable Architecture and Design at the Household and Building Scale
11. Sustainable building design and systems integration: Combining material efficiency with energy efficiency, Steffen Lehmann
12. Breathing life into the corpse: up-cycling waste buildings through adaptive reuse, Stephen Ward
13. Density, Design and Sustainable Residential Development, Alpana Sivam and Sadasivam Karuppannan
14. Construction Management and a state of Zero Waste, Nicholas Chileshe, Jian Zou, Stephen Pullen and George Zillante

Part IV. Zero Waste in Cities, Urban Governance and Material Flows
15. The Metabolism of the City: Optimising urban material flow through principles of zero waste and sustainable consumption, Steffen Lehmann
16. Sustainable transport systems and behaviour change, Michael A. P. Taylor and Michelle Philip
17. Planning for the sustainable consumption of urban resources, Lou Wilson
18. Development of Multifunctional Urban Land Uses using Water Sensitive Urban Design, Simon Beecham Conclusion. The Culture and Politics of Zero Waste: Looking ahead, Robert Crocker and Steffen Lehmann