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Summary of Allenby’s ESEM Principles


Abstract In his writings over the past decade, Brad Allenby has proposed (at least) 16 principles of sustainable engineering (see references) that are collectively known as the Earth Systems Engineering and Management (ESEM) principles. These principles have merit and applicability in many disciplines and domains of discourse, but are sometimes awkward to use due to the quantity of words required to accurately express their meaning. In light of this, it has become necessary to formulate a simplified list of “abbreviated tags” for ease of reference in conversation and concise writing. This list of tags also makes the principles immediately accessible to those who may want to pursue the more thorough definitions offered by Allenby. The following tags ... (more)
Created Date 2011-05-20
Contributor Roberts, Tom (Author)
Subject Earth Systems Engineering Management
Series Working Paper Series
Type Text
Language English
Identifier Stock Number: SSEBE-CESEM-2013-WPS-002
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Collaborating Institutions School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment (SSEBE) / Center for Earth Systems Engineering and Management
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