TITLE

Emulating nature: The rise of industrial ecology

AUTHOR(S)
Pyper, Wendy
PUB. DATE
February 2006
SOURCE
Ecos;Feb/Mar2006, Issue 129, p22
SOURCE TYPE
Blog Entry
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article discusses the improvements done by industries to provide a stable production and utilization process in Western Australia. Industrial symbiosis started to exist now among ecology-concerned industries. Processes of maintaining efficient resources like exchanging of unused by-products between manufacturers help in attaining the desired outcome. These industries view nature as its main model of regulating advance strategies for a progressive output, simulating its natural, biological, chemical, physical, and geological procedures. Lastly, maintaining a close connection and sharing of creative thoughts among the industries could lead to invasive opportunities for global success.
ACCESSION #
20585622

 

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