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Consumer and user acceptance in the circular economy: what are researchers missing?
(Research in Design Series;9, Chapter; Conference object, 2017)
The circular economy is a platform to transition towards a more resource efficient system. Product service systems (PSS) and remanufacturing have been proposed as strategies to achieve material decoupling. Recent studies ...
A Review of key dimensions for designing environment-driven collaboration practices with external business partners
Environmental sustainability challenges are of growing interest in the business world and collaboration with external business partners is considered a key means to tackle them. Nevertheless, collaborating with external ...
Design for sustainable use using principles of behaviour change
This chapter briefly sketches and visualizes how Design for Sustainable Behaviour (DfSB) has developed into an interdisciplinary research field within the past 10 years. Research within this field has resulted in an ever ...
Dimensions of sustainable behaviour in a circular economy context
Although Design for Sustainable Behaviour research has seen increasing attention over the last decade, limited attention has been directed towards behaviours relevant for a circular economy. To investigate this shortcoming, ...
An exploration of company personas to support customized DFS implementation
The increasing discussion on DfS implementation in companies has shifted the focus to effectiveness of the implementation process. Literature shows that there are certain barriers and challenges that impede the success of ...