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  • Ecodesign : a life cycle approach for a sustainable future
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  • Hanser Publishers, Cincinnati, OH ; Munich : [2021] ©2021
  • 2021
  • Språk: Engelska.
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  • xx, 245 pages illustrationer 25 cm
General Note
  • 5.2.1.1.1 Methodology.
Bibliography, etc. Note
  • Includes bibliographical references.
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  • Intro -- Acknowledgments -- Reading Guide -- About the Authors -- Contents -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Necessity of Ecodesign -- 2.1 Challenges -- 2.1.1 The Explosive Growth of the World Population -- 2.1.2 The Deterioration of the Natural Ecosystem -- 2.1.3 The Depletion of Natural Resources -- 2.2 Limits to Growth -- 2.2.1 Environmental Impact of Human Activity -- 2.2.2 Ecological Footprint -- 2.3 The Alarm Bell Is Still Ringing -- 2.4 Environmental Initiatives over the Past Years -- 2.5 Stakeholders of a Sustainable Society -- 2.6 Conclusion
  • 3 Emergence of Ecodesign and the Circular Economy Model -- 3.1 Ecodesign -- 3.2 Lansink's Ladder -- 3.3 Sustainable Development -- 3.3.1 People, Planet, Profit -- 3.3.2 The Dilemma of Agreement -- 3.3.3 Sustainable Development Goals -- 3.3.4 Eco-efficiency -- 3.3.5 Cradle to Cradle -- 3.3.5.1 Eco-effectiveness -- 3.3.5.2 The C2C Business -- 3.4 The Circular Economy Model -- 3.4.1 The Principles of a Circular Economy Model -- 3.4.2 Value Preservation in the Circular Economy Model -- 3.4.3 The Relation between Ecodesign and the Circular Economy Model
  • 3.5 Bio-(based) Economy - Green Economy - Blue Economy -- 3.5.1 Bio-(based) Economy -- 3.5.2 Green Economy -- 3.5.3 Blue (Marine) Economy by the European Commission -- 4 Design for X -- 4.1 Feedstock and Materials -- 4.2 Technologies (Design for Manufacturing - DfM) -- 4.3 Assembly (Design for Assembly - DfA) -- 4.4 Packaging and Distribution (Design for Logistics - DfL) -- 4.5 Design for Use - DfU -- 4.5.1 Consumer Behavior (Design for Sustainable Behavior - DfSB) -- 4.5.2 Energy Consumption (Design for Energy Efficiency - DfEE) -- 4.5.3 Consumables
  • 4.5.4 Extending Life Span (Design for Longevity - DfLG) -- 4.6 Design for Disassembly (DfD) -- 4.7 Design for Reuse and Repurposing (DfRR) -- 4.8 Design for Repair and Maintenance (DfR - DfM) -- 4.8.1 Dilemma: Repair versus New Product -- 4.9 Design for Remanufacturing or Refurbishing (DfRM - DfRF) -- 4.10 Design for Recycling (DfR) -- 4.10.1 Recyclability of Materials in General -- 4.10.2 Recyclability of Metals -- 4.10.3 Recyclability of Plastics -- 4.10.4 Recyclability of Ceramics and Glass -- 4.10.5 Recyclability of Fibers -- 4.11 Design for Composting (DfC)
  • 4.12 Waste Strategies that Do Not Fit in the Circular Economy Model -- 4.12.1 Incineration -- 4.12.2 Landfill -- 4.13 Design for Circularity (DfCi) -- 5 Ecodesign Tools -- 5.1 Strategy Tools -- 5.1.1 Begin with the End in Mind -- 5.1.2 The Nightmare Scenario -- 5.1.3 The Business Model Canvas -- 5.1.4 The Business Model Innovation Grid (BMIX) -- 5.1.5 The Sustainable Innovation System (SIS) Tool Kit -- 5.1.6 Risk&Race -- 5.1.7 Global Reporting Initiative -- 5.2 Ecodesign Tools Based on Product Life Cycle Thinking -- 5.2.1 Quantitative Tools -- 5.2.1.1 Life Cycle Assessment (LCA)
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  • 1569908613
  • 9781569908617
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Ecodesign means integrating environmental factors into the design process of all types of products, from toys, packaging, household appliances to industrial products like compressors. It requires life cycle thinking, with the environmental impact minimized at all stages of the product cycle, from the extraction of raw materials to end of use. Ecodesign is also a key to success in the transition to a circular economy model. The ecodesign rules of thumb are a guide to develop products that fit in the circular economy. This unique book serves as a key guide for designers, organizations, governments, companies, or anybody else with an interest in a sustainable future, by addressing three main topics: First, ecodesign is explained for what it is and how it fits with the necessity for a sustainable planet. Second, ecodesign is shown to be a coherent and practical process with a plan and tools that can be used to provide solutions for the environmental challenges the world faces. Third, the impact of the ecodesign approach is elaborated for enterprises, governments, and consumers. Both legislation and consumer pressure for more sustainable goods and services require industry and academia to come up with meaningful solutions that consider economic, societal, and environmental aspects alike. This book provides the necessary clarity and tools to assess current products and support and inspire design of new ones to minimize the environmental impact and improve the circularity.

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