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Perspectives on radical changes to sustainable consumption and production.
Sustainable consumption and production (SCP) was adopted as a priority area during the World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg in 2002 and has since become one of the main vehicles for targeting international sustainability policy. Sustainable consumption focuses on formulating equitable strategies that foster the highest quality of life, the efficient use of natural resources, and the effective satisfaction of human needs while simultaneously promoting equitable social development, economic competitiveness, and technological innovation. But this is a complex topic and, as the challenges of sustainability grow larger, there is a need to re-imagine how SCP policies can be formulated, governed and implemented.The EU-funded project "Sustainable Consumption Research Exchanges" (SCORE!), consists of around 200 experts in the field of sustainable innovation and sustainable consumption. The SCORE! philosophy is that innovation in SCP policy can be achieved only if experts that understand business development, (sustainable) solution design, consumer behaviour and system innovation policy work together in shaping it. Sustainable technology design can be effective only if business can profitably make the products and consumers are attracted to them. To understand how this might effectively happen, the expertise of systems thinkers must be added to the mix. "System Innovation for Sustainability 1" is the first result of a unique positive confrontation between experts from all four communities. It examines what SCP is and what it could be, provides a state-of-the-art review on the governance of change in SCP policy and looks at the strengths and weaknesses of current approaches.The SCORE! experts are working with actors in industry, consumer groups and eco-labelling organisations in the key consumption areas of mobility, food and agriculture, and energy use and housing - responsible for 70 per cent of the life-cycle environmental impacts of Western societies - with the aim of stimulating, fostering or forcing change to SCP theory in practice. "System Innovation for Sustainability 2" will follow in 2008 and comprise of a comprehensive set of case studies in these critical consumption areas. Each chapter of this book examines problems and suggests solutions from a business, design, consumer and system innovation perspective. It primarily examines the differing solutions necessary in the consumer economies of the West, but also comments on the differing needs in rapidly emerging economies such as China, as well as base-of-the-pyramid economies.The "System Innovation for Sustainability" series is the fruit of the only major international research network on SCP and will set the standard in this field for some years to come. It will be required reading for all involved in the policy debate on sustainable production and consumption from government, business, academia and NGOs for designers, scientists, businesses and system innovators.
Inhaltsverzeichnis :

Part 1: The context of this book

1 Introduction
Arnold Tukker, Sophie Emmert, Martin Charter, Carlo Vezzoli, Eivind Sto, Maj Munch Andersen, Theo Geerken, Ursula Tischner and Saadi Lahtou

2 Sustainability: a multi-interpretabLe notion: the book's normative stance
Arnold Tukker
Part 2: Business perspective

3 Review: the role of business in realising sustainable consumption and production
Martin Charter, Casper Gray, Tom Clark and Tim Woolman

4 Business models for sustainable energy
RolfWiistenhagen and Jasper Boehnke

5 Alternative business models fora sustainable automotive industry
Peter Welb

6 Sustainability-related innovation and the Porter Hypothesis: how to innovate for energy-efficient consumption and production
Marcus Wagner

7 Marketing in the age of sustainable development
Frank-Martin Belz

Part 3: Design perspective

8 Review: design for sustainable consumption and production systems
Carlo Vezzoli and Ezio Manzini

9 Design for (social) sustainability and radical change
Ursula Tischner

10 Social innovation and design of promising solutions towards sustainability: emerging demand for sustainable solutions (EMUDE)
Francois Jegou

11 Eco-Innovative Cities Australia: a pilot project for the ecodesign of services in eight local councils
Chris Ryan

12 Is a radical systemic shift toward sustainability possiblein China?
Benny C.H. Leong

Part 4: Consumer perspective

13 Review: a multi-dimensional approach to the study of consumption in modern societies and the potentialfor radical sustainable changes
Eivind Sto, Harald Throne-Hobt, Pal Strandbakken and Gunnar Vitterso

14 Product-service systems: taking a functional and a symbolic perspective on usership
Gerd Scholl

15 Social capital, lifestyles and consumption patterns
Dario Padovan

16 Linking sustainable consumption to everyday life: a social-ecological approach to consumption research
Irmgard Schultz and Immanuel Stieji

17 Emerging sustainable consumption patterns in Central Eastern Europe, with a specific focus on Hungary
Edina Vadovics

Part 5: System innovation policy perspective

18 Review: system transition processes for realising sustainable consumption and production <
Maj Munch Andersen

19 System innovations in innovation systems: conceptual foundations and experiences with Adaptive Foresight in Austria ....
K. Matthias Weber, Klaus Kubeczko and Harald Rohracher

20 Transition management for sustainable consumption and production
Rene Kemp

21 Systemic changes and sustainable consumption and production: cases from product-service systems
Oksana Mont and Tareq Emtairah

Part 6: Conclusions and integration

22 Conclusions: change management for sustainable consumption and production
Arnold Tukker


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