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Eco-Efficient Innovation – State of the Art and Policy Recommendations

Hinterberger, F, Hammer, M., Luks, F., Omann, I., Stewen, M., Stocker, A., Hutterer, H., Strigl, A. & Schmidt-Bleek, F. (2004)
Paper for the Informal Environment Council on the 16th to 18th of July 2004 in Maastricht.
Sustainable development requires innovation towards radically dematerialised products, infrastructures and systems, as well as the change of consumption habits. [...]

(Deutsch) Freier Handel, nachhaltiger Handel – ein Widerspruch? Hintergrundpapier für die Debatte um Handel und nachhaltige Entwicklung nach Johannesburg – A study of the Sustainable Europe Research Institute on behalf of the Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung

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Material Flow Analysis, Discourse Analysis and the Rhetorics of (Ecological) Economics

Luks, F. & Hammer, M. (2003)
NEDS Working Paper 1, 03/2003.
Scientific analysis of processes leading to (un-)sustainability often focus on either the material aspects (environmental impact assessment, material flow analysis) or – far less often – on the symbolic aspects of the issue. The concept of discourse offers the chance to pay attention to [...]

Ecological sustainability or regional metabolisms: Material flow analyses of the regions of Hamburg, Vienna and Leipzig

Hammer, M., Giljum, S., Luks, F. & Winkler, M. (2006)
In: Natur und Kultur, 7 (2), 62-78.
The paper describes the material consumption in the regions of Hamburg and Leipzig for the years 1992-2001 and for the region of Vienna for the years 1995-2003. Applying the method of material flow analysis, the total consumption of [...]

Ecological economic policy for sustainable development – Potentials and domains for intervention for delinking approaches

Femia, A., Hinterberger, F. & Luks, F. (1999)
Due to the increasing environmental problems, conventional environmental policy will not suffice to secure a development path that can be sustainable on a global scale. The greenhouse effect, holes in the ozone layer and losses in biodiversity are only some of the most striking damages that have [...]

Ecological economic policy for sustainable development – Potentials and domains for intervention for delinking approaches

Femia, A., Hinterberger, F. & Luks, F. (1999)
Due to the increasing environmental problems, conventional environmental policy will not suffice to secure a development path that can be sustainable on a global scale. The greenhous
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