- Consumption measuring
- Geomatic monitoring
- Information sharing
- Online sharing
- Setting up sustainable strategy
- Setting up synergies
- Building and construction
- Eco-innovation and Eco-efficiency indicators
- Circular and social economy
- Energy efficiency
- Environmental impact reductiony
- Knowledge sharing
- Management of resources
- Marine environment
- Renewable energy
- Sustainable lifestyle
- Sustainable manufacturing
- Sustainable transport
- United Kingdom
- Confocal microscope
- Electronic logger
- Extrusion Melt Spinning
- Flocculating reactant
- Hyperspectral imaging system
- Infrared cameras
- Magnetic Density Separation
- Multi-spectral camera
- Near-infrared detector
- Neutral cluster and Air Ion Spectrometer
- Scanning electron microscopy (SEM)
- Stirling engine
- Sustainable absorbent
- The Ultrasound system
- X Ray Diffraction (XRD)
- X-ray detector
- Level beyond 9 – Market introduction
- Level 9 – System ready for full scale deployment
- Level 8 – System incorporated in commercial design
- Level 7 – Integrated pilot system demonstrated
- Level 6 – Prototype system verified
- Level 5 – Laboratory testing of integrated system
- Level 4 – Laboratory testing of prototype component or process
- Level 3 – Critical function, proof of concept established
- Level 2 – Applied Research: technology concept and/or application formulated
- Level 1 - Basic Research: basic principles are observed and reported
This library gives you access to case studies of policies supporting the development and diffusion of eco-innovation and the circular economy. The topics covered include sustainable public procurement, innovative public-private partnerships, financing schemes, regulation and standards, support to technology transfer and partnerships, etc…
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The “suggested readings” appearing on the right side of the screen are articles from the other libraries (policies, eco-innovations, financing) that contain some similar tags and might be of interest for you.
This library gives you access to case studies of policies supporting the development and diffusion of eco-innovations. The topics covered include sustainable public procurement, innovative ...
Hawai‘i Green Growth partnership
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Promoting Green Purchasing in Japan
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Ecuador Fund for Water Protection – FONAG
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Green Economy Scoping Study Barbados
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Guyana Low Carbon Development Strategy
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Tokyo Cap-and-Trade Program
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Western Cape Industrial Symbiosis Programme (WISP)
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