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F&ES 884 01 (24027) /ENAS645
Industrial Ecology
Thomas Graedel
Marian Chertow
MW 9.00-10.20 S 24
Spring 2014 
3 credits. Industrial ecology is an organizing concept that is increasingly applied to define the interactions of today's technological society with natural and altered environments. Technology and its potential for change are central to this subject, as are implications for government policy and corporate response. The course discusses how industrial ecology serves as an environmentally related framework for technology, policy, and resource management in government and society.