New Insights into Circular Economy and Sustainable Development
Koval, Viktor (editor)
Atstaja, Dzintra (editor)
Skačkauskienė, Ilona (editor)
This reprint is devoted to fundamental and applied research in the field of implementing the principles of the circular economy in energy transition, and it substantiates the need for its transformation in the context of sustainable development. Of particular interest are promising areas for the use of secondary energy resources in the economy to create closed production cycles. Specific technologies are considered, and their environmental and economic assessments of scenarios for the introduction of low-carbon technologies in the circular economy, the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals through the introduction of a circular economy, and the development of regional cooperation are given. Particular attention is paid to the possibility of using eco-innovations for the national transition to decarbonization in the integrated European energy system, Green intellectual capital as a support for corporate environmental development, a sustainable value chain for the industrial consumption of biocomposites, and various options for programs to reduce CO2 emissions.
KeywordsMy Electricity; photovoltaic (PV); LCA; carbon dioxide emission; grants; Poland; renewable energy; renewable energy source (RES); solar photovoltaic; self-consumption; COVID-19; energy consumption; sustainable industrial consumption; sustainable value chain; biocomposite; sustainable packaging; COVID-19 pandemic influence; consumer behavior; green marketing scale; scale development; scale validation; internal marketing; external marketing; strategy; tactics; operations; clean technology; experience circular economy; rational use; resource consumption; sharing model; green intellectual capital; green human capital; green organizational capital; green relational capital; environmental development; sustainable development; ecology; innovative development; decarbonisation; energy efficiency; “green” transition; Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA); factor analysis (FA); circular economy (CE); sustainability; sustainable development indicators (SDI); European Union (EU); circular economy; European green deal; industrial symbiosis; transformation; green organization; performance evaluation; sustainable development goals; resources; value chain; management functions; sustainability-oriented innovation; conceptual framework; energy transition; energy systems modelling; islands; life cycle assessment; low-carbon heating; responsible consumption; green purchase; purchase intention
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2023
Economics, finance, business & management