Journal of Industrial Ecology

The Journal of Industrial Ecology is a world-class, peer-reviewed bimonthly journal owned by Yale University, headquartered at the Center for Industrial Ecology and published by Wiley-Blackwell. Founded in 1997 and edited by Reid Lifset, the journal publishes cutting edge research and seeks to provide a forum for continuing exchange of information and opinions through contributions from scholars, environmental managers, policymakers, advocates and others involved in environmental science, management and policy.

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Impacts of biogas production on nitrogen flows on Dutch dairy system: Multiple level assessment of nitrogen indicators within the biogas production chain by Dieu Linh Hoang, Chris Davis, Henri C. Moll, Sanderine Nonhebel

Life cycle assessment of emerging technologies: Evaluation techniques at different stages of market and technical maturity by Joule A. Bergerson, Adam Brandt, Joe Cresko, Michael Carbajales‐Dale, Heather L. MacLean, H. Scott Matthews, Sean McCoy, Marcelle McManus, Shelie A. Miller, William R. Morrow, I. Daniel Posen, Thomas Seager, Timothy Skone, Sylvia Sleep

A life‐cycle assessment model for zero emission neighborhoods by Carine Lausselet, Linda Ager‐Wick Ellingsen, Anders Hammer Strømman, Helge Brattebø

JIE Topics

The Journal of Industrial Ecology addresses a series of related topics:

  • material and energy flows studies ("industrial metabolism")
  • technological change
  • dematerialization and decarbonization
  • life cycle planning, design and assessment
  • design for the environment
  • extended producer responsibility ("product stewardship")
  • eco-industrial parks ("industrial symbiosis")
  • product-oriented environmental policy
  • eco-efficiency

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