Design and Manufacture for Sustainable Development 2004
Sustainable development is now becoming a matter that must be addressed at both strategic and operational level, whether driven by legislation, the 'greening of the marketplace', supply chain requirements, or the pressure of events associated with climate change.
Design and Manufacture for Sustainable Development 2004 is an international volume including papers by distinguished authors for academia and industry.
These international papers encompass the holistic study and interchange of ideas on the theory, practice, tools, and methodology for the entire product life cycle within the framework of sustainable development.
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Critical friendships nonGovernment organizations NGOs
Remanufacturing a key strategy for sustainable development
The automation of sustainability via reuse modularization and fuzzy logic
Suprafunctional factors in sustainable products
Strategies Towards Factor 10
Extending product life the forgotten challenge
the changing landscape of learning
The EcoDesign cooperative a global initiative to enhance EcoDesign
MAAP a method to assess the adaptability of products
Exploiting digital enterprise technology in sustainable design
Reduction and reuse of waste design and newgeneration plastics
Solarpowered bus shelter case study design and development