Table of contents for The international handbook on environmental technology management / edited by Dora Marinova, David Annandale, and John Phillimore.

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CONTENTS
PART I. INTRODUCTION
1. Understanding environmental technology management as a move to sustainability /
Annandale, Marinova and Phillimore
PART II. ECOMODERNIZATION AND TECHNOLOGY TRANSFORMATION
1. Industrial ecology / van Berkel
2. Remaking the way we make things: creating a new definition of quality with cradle to 
cradle design / McDonough and Braungart
3. Users as a source of learning in environmental technology management / Rohracher
4. Cleaner production and eco-efficiency /van Berkel
5. Natural capitalism: path to sustainability? / Lovins
6. Sustainable strategies towards human resources / a way forward / Gollan
7. Innovation impacts of environmental policies / Foxon and Kemp
8. Sustainable production and consumption policy development: a case study from 
Western Australia / Higham and Verstegen
9. Managing research for sustainable development: different countries, different 
contexts / Turpin
10. Technology transfer and uptake of environmentally sound technologies / Halls
PART III. ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT IN 
BUSINESS PRACTICES
1. Life cycle assessment /Evans and Ross
2. The Natural Step framework: from sustainability fundamentals to innovation / 
Herbertson and Tipler
3. Integrating human and ecological factors: a systematic approach to corporate 
sustainability / Benn, Dunphy and Griffiths
4. Using network approaches to engage small and medium-sized enterprises in 
environmental management systems / Hillary
5. Green marketing and green consumers: exploring the myths / Connolly, McDonagh, 
Polonsky and Prothero
6. Business, environmental management and the triple bottom line / Schilizzi
7. Environmental management and audit scheme in sustainable tourism / Querini and 
Bizzarri
PART IV. MEASURING ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY 
MANAGEMENT 
1. Measuring the true productivity gains from environmental technology improvements 
/ Repetto
2. Environmental accounting / Schaltegger and Burritt
3. Indicators for environmental innovation: what and how to measure / Arundel, Kemp 
and Parto
4. International trends in socially-responsible investment: implications for corporate 
managers / Borsky, Arbelaez-Ruiz, Cocklin and Holmes
5. Comparison of international strengths in sustainable technological solutions / 
Marinova and McAleer
6. Sustainability assessment / Newman
7. Trends and Volatility of ecological and anti-pollution technology patents in the USA 
/ Chan, Marinova and McAleer
PART V. CASE STUDIES IN NEW TECHNOLOGIES FOR THE 
ENVIRONMENT
1. Integrated waste management / Hughes, Anda, Ho and Mathew
2. Renewable Energy technologies: key to sustainable futures / Lowe
3. Internet tools for environmental technology management learning / Maor and 
Marinova
4. Russian greenhouse gas emissions: options for sustainable reduction / Hill
5. Environmentally-friendly energy development and use: key capacities in the building 
and construction industry in Australia / Marceau and Cook
6. Tools for Environmental impact assessment / Jones
7. Technology transfer and adoption by small-scale women farmers: a case study in 
Qwaqwa District in South Africa /Yokwea, Nell and Dora Marinova
8. Waste streams to value streams / compiled by Hargroves and Smith
PART VI. ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT AND THE 
FUTURE
1. Environmental technology management: insights from holistic science / Harding
2. The value loop; a new framework for business thinking / Tibbs
PART VII. CONCLUSION
1.	Environmental technology management / lessons from today for a more 
sustainable future / Marinova

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Industrial management -- Environmental aspects.
Environmental protection -- Technological innovations -- Management.
Environmental management.
Technology -- Management.
Sustainable development.