Peter S. Hofman

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Over the last few years major attempts have been made to transform small and mediumsized enterprises (SMEs) into more sustainable companies. In essence, these attempts aim at improving the organisational and technical capabilities of companies. Whereas larger companies have been able to appropriate the concept of pollution prevention, in many cases SMEs(More)
The research project CondEcol is structured as a multidisciplinary study of the conditions for moving existing production and consumption patterns in the direction of sustainable development. Working closely in the initial phase with two industrial partners, Norsk Hydro and Renewable Energy Corporation, the project has been given access to high-profile(More)
A key element of climate change mitigation and adaptation is the transfer of more effective and efficient low-carbon technologies between developed and developing countries. Although several policy mechanisms for technology transfer are in place most observers agree that these have not been very effective in accelerating the rate of diffusion of energy(More)