ISIE 2017. science in Support of Sustainable and Resilient Communities

June 25-29, 2017.
Chicago, Illinois, USA

Oral Communication

WS-10 Understanding Industrial symbiosis.  Wednesday 11:30 - 12:45
» David Sanjuan-Delmás, Alejandro Josa, Joan Rieradevall , Xavier Gabarrell Durany
ThS-4 Impacts Associated with Agriculture.  Thursday 08:30 - 09:30
» Ana Nadal , Pere Llorach-Massana, Aniol Alabert, Eva Cuerva , Elisa Lopez-capel, Juan Ignacio Montero, Xavier Gabarrell Durany , Alejandro Josa ,Joan Rieradevall , Mohammad Royapoor

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A new approach of the underestimated consequences of mining sector water use in the LCA inventory data

Xavier Gabarrell Durany; Maria Christina Fragkou; Teresa Vicent Huguet

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Islands and seasonal tourist settlements - Improving the environmental profile of urban wastewater infrastructure.

Anna Petit-Boix; Alejandro Josa; Xavier Gabarrell Durany; joan rieradevall; Defne Apul

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Handprint and Footprint of Growing Food in the Cities

Defne Apul; Cyndee Gruden; Steve Burian; Xavier Gabarrell Durany; Alejandro Josa

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Nutrient balance in hydroponic crops. The case of phosphorus in a vertical farming crop

David Sanjuan-Delmás; Mireia Ercilla-Montserrat; joan rieradevall; Pere Muñoz; Alejandro Josa, Xavier Gabarrell

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The theme of the conference, “Science in Support of Sustainable and Resilient Communities,” emphasizes the crucial role that research in Industrial Ecology and Sustainable Systems plays in the planning, design, and governance of linked human-natural communities, the importance for understanding the complexity of such systems and the responses they exhibit in response to both long term and short term perturbations, and how this knowledge can be applied to devise holistic solutions across multiple spatial and temporal scales, and organizational settings.