Economics And Industrial Ecology

14 Environmental accounting and material flow analysis 165 Peter Bartelmus

15 Materials flow analysis and economic modeling 177 Karin Ibenholt

16 Exergy flows in the economy: efficiency and dematerialization 185 Robert U. Ayres

17 Transmaterialization 202 Walter C. Labys

18 Dematerialization and rematerialization as two recurring phenomena of 209 industrial ecology

Sander De Bruyn

19 Optimal resource extraction 223 Matthias Ruth

20 Industrial ecology and technology policy: the Japanese experience 232 Chihiro Watanabe

PART IV INDUSTRIAL ECOLOGY AT THE NATIONAL/REGIONAL LEVEL

21 Global biogeochemical cycles 249 Vaclav Smil

22 Material flow accounts: the USA and the world 260 Donald G. Rogich and Grecia R. Matos

23 Industrial ecology: analyses for sustainable resource and materials 288 management in Germany and Europe

Stefan Bringezu

24 Material flow analysis and industrial ecology studies in Japan 301 Yuichi Moriguchi

25 Industrial ecology: an Australian case study 311 Andria Durney

26 Industrial ecology: the UK 323 Heinz Schandl and Niels Schulz

27 Industrial symbiosis: the legacy of Kalundborg 334 John R. Ehrenfeld and Marian R. Chertow

PART V INDUSTRIAL ECOLOGY AT THE SECTORAL/MATERIALS LEVEL

28 Material flows due to mining and urbanization 351 Ian Douglas and Nigel Lawson

29 Long-term world metal use: application of industrial ecology in a 365 system dynamics model

Detlef P. van Vuuren, Bart J. Strengers and Bert J.M. de Vries

30 Risks of metal flows and accumulation 382 Jeroen B. Guinée and Ester van der Voet

31 Material constraints on technology evolution: the case of scarce metals 391 and emerging energy technologies

Björn A. Andersson and Ingrid Râde

32 Wastes as raw materials 405 David T. Allen

33 Heavy metals in agrosystems 421 Simon W. Moolenaar

34 Industrial ecology and automotive systems 432 Thomas E. Graedel, Yusuke Kakizawa and Michael Jensen

35 The information industry 445 Braden R. Allenby

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