Sustainable and Circular Management of Resources and Waste Towards a Green Deal

Editat de Majeti Narasimha Vara Prasad, Marzena Smol
en Limba Engleză Paperback – 22 feb 2023
Sustainable and Circular Management of Resources and Waste Towards a Green Deal highlights the importance of resource recovery, phosphorus management, climate action, clean energy transition, and a circular economy. The world is facing significant challenges, including climate disruption, environmental changes, pollution, and population explosion. Sustainable management of finite natural resources within the carrying capacity of the bio-geo-hydrosphere is the crux of transforming the global economy for a sustainable future. Moreover, keeping raw materials in circulation as long as possible and minimizing the amount of waste generated has grown in significance as a part of transitioning to a circular economy (CE) model.

  • Introduces innovative solutions in green energy transition
  • Provides case studies as examples of a circular economy implementation in selected sectors of the economy, including water and wastewater, raw materials, and construction
  • Suggests actions to counteract climate change and its consequences for people and the planet
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ISBN-13: 9780323952781
ISBN-10: 032395278X
Pagini: 468
Dimensiuni: 216 x 276 mm
Greutate: 1.07 kg


Section 1. Strategies for implementation of Green Deal 1. Achieving sustainable development goals via green deal strategies 2. Farm to fork: sustainable agrifood systems, integrated pest management 3. Global directions for the green deal strategies—Americas, Europe, Australia, Asia, and Africa
Section 2. Circular economy 4. Circular Economy in Green Deal Strategies  5. Circular Economy - the new innovation wave 6. Circular Economy from a Water and wastewater management perspective 7. Mine waste: contributions to the circular economy 8. Waste to energy and circular economy: the case of anaerobic 9. Food waste management in Thailand for sustainable development 10. Sustainable use of construction and demolition wastes in a circular economy perspective Section 3. Sludge management – resource recovery 11. Biofiltration as an ecological method of removing sewage sludge doors by solar drying 12. Sustainable/ Integrated / Sewage Sludge Management 13. Bioleaching of heavy metals from a contaminated soil using bacteria from waste water sludge 14. Sewage sludge valorization in the context of resource recovery
Section 4. Phosphorus management 15. Importance of Phosphorus raw materials in Green Deal strategies 16. Regional strategies for the management of Phosphorus 17. Integrated Nutrient Management as a driving force for the sustainable use of phosphorus 18. Phosphorus raw materials in Sustainable Agriculture 19. Phosphorus-driven eutrophication mitigation strategies 20. Phosphorus recovery - recent developments and case studies Section 5. Climate Action 21. Action toward carbon neutrality - essential elements of the Green Deal 22. Water and climate change in the regional, national and international perspective 23. Water resources and climate change: regional, national and international perspective 24. Environmental footprint as a tool to measure climate neutrality activities 25. How to achieve climate neutrality—the impact of fertilizer usage on climate change Section 6. Clean Energy Transition 26. Energy efficiency to improve Sustainability 27. Green Strategies for Waste to Energy
Section 7. Sustainable management and global agenda 29. Digital technologies and clean energy 29. From waste to value: enhancing circular value creation in municipal solid waste management ecosystem through artificial intelligence-powered robots