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    Stephan Schmidheiny,Walter Seifritz,Bruno Fritsch
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Authors: Fritsch, Bruno, Schmidheiny, Stephan, Seifritz, Walter.

Authors: Fritsch, Bruno, Schmidheiny, Stephan, Seifritz, Walter. price for USA in USD (gross). figures and diagrams and to the Paul Scherrer Institute for permission to use the illustration, printing and copying facilities during preparation of the manuscript.

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Bruno Fritsch, Stephan Schmidheiny. This book combines three disciplines - economics, physics and international business policy - in an attempt to answer the important questions whether sustainable development is possible and how it might be achieved

Bruno Fritsch, Stephan Schmidheiny. This book combines three disciplines - economics, physics and international business policy - in an attempt to answer the important questions whether sustainable development is possible and how it might be achieved. On the one hand, the concept of sustainability is subject to physical laws, on the other, it implies economic efficiency which is ecologically sustainable - the authors speak of "ecoefficiency". Most importantly, the main economic actors in the field of cost efficient allocation must work together.

book by Stephan Schmidheiny. This book is the work of three specialists from the field of Economics (. ), Business (. and the Natural Sciences (. While each chapter concentrates more or less on one or other of these areas, with varying degrees of complexity, it is hoped that the readers whatever their background will fmd something of value in each.

This book combines three disciplines - economics, physics and international business policy - in an attempt to answer the important questions whether sustainable development is possible and how it might be achieved.

mit Bruno Fritsch, Stephan Schmidheiny : Towards an ecologically sustainable growth society: physical foundations, economic transitions, and political constraints. Springer, Berlin 1994, ISBN 3-540-57598-7. OECD Halden Reactor Project. 1988 im Paul Scherrer Institut aufgegangen.

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B. Fritsch, S. Schmidheiny and W. Seifritz, Towards the ecologically sustainable growth society: physical foundations, economic transitions, and political constraints. Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 1994. J. L. Simon, The Ultimate resource,. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1996. OECD, Conducting sustainability assessment. OECD Sustainable Development Studies. OECD Publishing, 2008.