Ecologie industrielle, gestion des flux et faisabilité des synergies (Vidéo)

Rémi Beulque revient sur plusieurs problématiques qui affleurent lors de la mise en place de symbioses industrielles : adaptation qualitative des flux, quantité de flux, acheminement, réglementation.


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4.4 Discussion

In this second case study, I have described two different trends in energy use by cold appliances over the last few decades. On the one hand the efficiency with which appliances use electrical energy has improved but, in spite of this, their consumption of electricity has increased significantly in recent decades. Since 2000 consumption has started to decline, probably as a result of the introduction of minimum energy standards. The trend will only continue if we demand and use the most energ
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Cholera belt

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Cholera belt

Description: A design for a 'Cholera belt', whose purpose was to prevent the wearer catching Cholera.
Date: 1882
Our catalogue reference: BT 45/30 (65
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3 What would suit me?

You should now have built up a realistic picture about what you want to achieve and what you have to offer and be able to match up all of these against some possible activities.

Here are some different ways to get you started:

Have another look at some of the statements in Section 1.3">Section 1.3.
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Allow 60 minutes for this activity.

You have spent most of this course working with Hofstede's ideas. He is one of the pioneers of the study of national culture and its impact on organisations, and his work has been very influential.

My aim so far has been to help you understand Hofstede's cultural dimensions and to become familiar with how they can be used to analyse one of the main environments within which organisations operate. National culture is also one of the factor
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