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About this book
About this book
Many developing and transition economies have not yet undertaken the policy integration measures needed to enhance the impact of industry on sustainable development. In this volume, national experts from Chile, China, the Czech Republic, Pakistan, Turkey, Tunisia and Zimbabwe - countries which all have designated national sustainable development strategies - report on the extent to which recent changes in industrial, environmental and technology policies have more closely aligned industrial development with the aims of sustainable development.
Introduction: sustainable development strategies; the main features of the country reports. Country reports: Chile, Juana Alvarez Arenas and Osvaldo Urzua - broad trends in sustainable development, the manufacturing sector and sustainable development, policies and measures for the development of manufacturing, policies, measures and institutions for (industrial) environmental management, efforts directed at technology transfer, particularly environmentally sound technologies, experience with integrated policies and programmes, major obstacles to enhancing the contribution of manufacturing to sustainable development, priorities for future action; China, Huijiong Wang and Casper van der Tak; the Czech Republic, Jan Kovanda and Pedrich Moldan; Pakistan, Chaudhari Laiq Ali et al; Tunisia, Rachid Nafti and Leny van Oyen; Turkey, Dilek Cetindamar and Sinan Erer; Zimbabwek, Sharon Gomez and Romeo Guarjena. Conclusion: policy domains; policy integration; assessing trends in industry's impacts on sustainable development; the role of stakeholders; the way forward.