Implementing industrial ecology in port cities: international overview of case studies and cross-case analysis

@inproceedings{Cerceau2014ImplementingIE,
  title={Implementing industrial ecology in port cities: international overview of case studies and cross-case analysis},
  author={Juliette Cerceau and Nicolas Mat and Guillaume Junqua and Li Ming Lin and Valerie Laforest and Catherine Cattebeke Gonz{\'a}lez},
  year={2014}
}
Abstract The aim of Industrial ecology (IE) is to optimize resource management by densifying interactions between stakeholders occupying a common geographic area. This article considers ports, understood as platforms of circulation and transformation of material and energy flows. It addresses the role and capacity of ports to foster the implementation of IE in port cities and to contribute to the optimization of resource management in coastal areas. This article presents the result of a… CONTINUE READING

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