Some Danish experience with product-service systems and their potentials and barriers to sustainable development

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This paper is one of the first attempts to scan the Danish experience with product-service systems and analyse the experiences with respect to potentials and barriers to sustainable development, i.e. reduced resource consumption and reduced environmental impact. The scan shows a variety of product-service-systems: some have been around for many years and have not be set up for sustainability purposes, while others are rather new and are attempts to contribute to a more sustainable development. Some of the systems identified are so to say born as product-service-systems (like food catering), while others have been developed from being a product system into being a product-service-systems in order to support the marketing of more environmental friendly products.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSome Danish experience with product-service systems and their potentials and barriers to sustainable
EditorsSuspronet
PublisherSuspronet
Publication date2003
Publication statusPublished - 2003
Externally publishedYes

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Jørgensen, M. S. (2003). Some Danish experience with product-service systems and their potentials and barriers to sustainable development. In S. (Ed.), Some Danish experience with product-service systems and their potentials and barriers to sustainable Suspronet.
Jørgensen, Michael Søgaard. / Some Danish experience with product-service systems and their potentials and barriers to sustainable development. Some Danish experience with product-service systems and their potentials and barriers to sustainable. editor / Suspronet. Suspronet, 2003.
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