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System Design for Eco-efficiency

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Would it be comforting to claim that an approach to product Life Cycle Design (that is, reducing both the consumption and emissions/waste) can also have economically sound results? Here, in fact, we would not have to worry, but unfortunately the degradation and increasing risks to our ecosystems prove otherwise.

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(2008). System Design for Eco-efficiency. In: Design for Environmental Sustainability. Springer, London. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-84800-163-3_10

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