Hanse-Wissenschaftskolleg (HWK) - Institute for Advanced Study
Sustainable Material Life Cycles – Is Wind Energy Really Sustainable?
Pehlken, A., Solsbach, A., Stenzel, W. (Eds.); Sustainable Material Life Cycles – Is Wind Energy Really Sustainable?, Hanse Studies of the Institute for Advanced Studies, BIS Verlag Oldenburg, 2013, ISBN978-3-8142-2283-7
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- Poster by Clayton Burger: An Architecture for Material Efficiency Decision Support
A vehicle can only be described as sustainable and environmentally friendly in production and operation, if the whole life cycle of the first construction planning through ownership cycle has been optimized to complete recycling on a sustainable and efficient use of materials and energy out. The approach of cascade use can make a major contribution.
The PDF-File can be downloaded here (german only).
Author: Alexandra Pehlken and Matthias Kalverkamp (2015)
Source: Thomé-Kozmiensky, KJ; Goldmann, D. (eds.): Recycling and Natural Resources, Volume 8. Neuruppin: TK Verlag Karl Thomé-Kozmiensky 2015, pp 173-181