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Title Carbon footprint and the industrial life cycle : from urban planning to recycling / edited by Roberto Alvarez Fernandez, Sergio Zubelzu, Rodrigo Martinez
Imprint Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2017
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Descript 1 online resource (xii, 550 pages) : illustrations, digital ; 24 cm
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Series Green energy and technology, 1865-3529
Green energy and technology
Note Introduction: Sustainability and urban planning -- 2 Methodology for calculating industrial carbon footprints -- 3 Industrial activity categories and urban master plan -- 4 Characterization of industrial GHG emission sources in an urban planning context -- 5 Carbon footprint calculation and industrial urban planning procedures -- 5.1 Potable water infrastructure -- 5.2 Waste water management infrastructure -- 5.3 Electricity supply infrastructure -- 5.4 Gas supply infrastructure -- 5.5 Waste management infrastructure -- 5.6 Transport infrastructure. - 6 Metrics for the Sustainability of Infrastructure Projects -- 7 Modelling a Low-Carbon City: Eco-City and Eco-Planning -- Tools for Urban Sustainability Designers -- 9 Urban planning policy implications -- 10 Case Study -- 11 Case study -- 12 Conclusions and further recommendations
This book analyzes the relationship between large-scale industrial activity and the carbon footprint, and provides a theoretical framework and tools to calculate the carbon footprint of industrial activities at every stage of their life cycles, including urban-planning master plans, recycling activities, project and building stages as well as managing and manufacturing. Discussing the main preventative and corrective measures that can be utilized, it includes case studies, reports on technological developments and examples of successful policies to provide inspiration to readers. This book collects the contributions of authors from four continents, in order to analyze from as many as possible points of view and using many different approaches, the problem of sustainability in today's globalized world
Host Item Springer eBooks
Subject Sustainable engineering
Product life cycle
Environment
Sustainable Development
Energy Policy, Economics and Management
Energy Technology
Landscape/Regional and Urban Planning
Waste Management/Waste Technology
Industrial Pollution Prevention
Alt Author Fernandez, Roberto Alvarez, editor
Zubelzu, Sergio, editor
Martinez, Rodrigo, editor
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