Eco-industrial development is born from the realisation that the places where we work waste too much and unnecessarily pollute the land, air and water. This book explores the key issues involved in developing eco-parks and identifies the stakeholders and their roles in such projects.

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PART 1: Introduction

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PART 2: Eco-industrial development for whom? The role of stakeholders

chapter 5|11 pages

The role of local government in eco-industrial park development

ByMaile Takahashi, Harvard University, USA

chapter 6|12 pages

Community engagement in eco-industrial development

ByMary Schlarb, Judy Musnikow, Cornell University, USA

chapter 8|9 pages

The energy of eco-industrial development

ByDaniel K. Slone, McGuireWoods LLP, USA

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PART 3: Key issues in eco-industrial development

chapter 9|10 pages

Legal aspects of eco-industrial development

ByDaniel K. Slone, McGuireWoods LLP, USA

chapter 12|14 pages

Links to the ISO 14000 series at the park and company level

ByAstrid Petersen, Cornell University, USA

chapter 15|11 pages

Evaluating the success of eco-industrial development

ByMarian R. Chertow, Yale University, USA

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PART 4: Eco-industrial compendium of cases

chapter 19|7 pages

Sustainable Londonderry

ByPeter C. Lowitt, AICP, Devens Enterprise Commission, USA

chapter 20|10 pages

The Red Hills Industrial EcoPlex: a case study

ByRon Forsythe, Pickering Inc., USA