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Wealth of Nations : THE FUTURE OF ECO-INNOVATION: The Role of Business Models in Green Transformation

OECD/European Commission/Nordic Innovation Joint Workshop, OECD/European Commission/Nordic Innovation Joint Workshop, 2012년 발간

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Environmental ECO-INNOVATION 없음 Highly Recommand Global

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요약

In their policies to revive industrial activity, job markets and competitiveness, while simultaneously tackling global environmental challenges such as climate change and natural resources scarcity, countries are increasingly seeking more innovative ways to promote economic activity. The OECD Green Growth Strategy (OECD, 2011a) recommends that green growth policies should encourage innovation, as this can enhance efficiency in the use of natural capital and foster new economic opportunities from the emergence of new green activities. The rapid and wider diffusion of “ecoinnovation” can have a leveraging effect on environmental, as well as on economic and social improvements, by enabling win-win synergies both in OECD and non-OECD countries. As incremental innovations alone cannot achieve an absolute decoupling of economic growth from environmental impacts, increasing the market potential for more radical and systemic eco-innovations is becoming of particular importance to enable a long-term transition and transformation towards a greener economy. 

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1. Introduction 

2. Green growth and eco-innovation 

3. Understanding business models for eco-innovations: Insights from the literature 

4.  Preliminary analysis of business eco-innovation cases 

5.  Concluding remarks 


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