Ayres RU (1989) Industrial metabolism. In: Ausubel JH and
Sladovich HE (eds.) Technology and the Environment, pp. 23-49. Washington, DC: National Academy Press. Ayres RU (1997) The life cycle of chlorine, part I. Chlorine production and the chlorine-mercury connection. Journal of Industrial Ecology 1(1): 81-94.
Baccini P and Brunner PH (1991) The Metabolism of the
Anthroposphere. Berlin: Springer. Chertow MR (2000) Industrial symbiosis: Literature and taxonomy.
Annual Review of Energy and the Environment 24: 313-337. Duchin F (1998) Structural Economics: Measuring Change in Technology, Lifestyles, and the Environment. Washington, DC: Island Press.
Duchin F and Lange G (1994) The Future of the Environment: Ecological Economics and Technological Change. New York: Oxford University Press.
Fischer-Kowalski M (1998) Society's metabolism, part I. Journal of
Industrial Ecology 2(1): 61-78. Fisher-Kowalski M and Huttler W (1999) Society's metabolism, part II.
Journal of Industrial Ecology 2(4): 107-136. Graedel TE and Allenby BR (2003) Industrial Ecology, 2nd edn. Upper
Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall. Graedel TE, van Beers D, Bertram M, etal. (2004) The multilevel cycle of anthropogenic copper. Environmental Science and Technology 38(4): 1242-1252. Hertwich E (2005) Life cycle approaches to sustainable consumption: A critical review. Environmental Science and Technology 39(13): 4673-4684. Hertwich EG (2005) Consumption and industrial ecology (special issue). Journal of Industrial Ecology 9(1-2).
Lave LB, Cobas-Flores E, Hendrickson CT, and McMichael FC (1995) Using input-output analysis to estimate economy-wide discharges. Environmental Science and Technology 29(9): 420A-426A. Mageau MT, Costanza R, and Ulanowicz RE (1995) The development and initial testing of a quantitative assessment of ecosystem health. Ecosystem Health 1(4): 201-213.
Moriguchi Y, Kondo Y, and Shimizu H (1993) Analyzing the life cycle impact of cars: The case of CO2. Industry and Environment 16(1-2): 42-45.
Udo de Haes HA, Jolliet O, Finnveden G, et al. (2002) Life Cycle Impact Assessment: Striving towards Best Practice. Pensacola, FL: Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry.
Was this article helpful?
Learning About 10 Ways Fight Off Cancer Can Have Amazing Benefits For Your Life The Best Tips On How To Keep This Killer At Bay Discovering that you or a loved one has cancer can be utterly terrifying. All the same, once you comprehend the causes of cancer and learn how to reverse those causes, you or your loved one may have more than a fighting chance of beating out cancer.