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Francesca Farioli, Sergio Barile, Marialuisa Saviano & Francesca Iandolo

In: The SAGE Handbook of Nature: Three Volume Set

Chapter 2: Re-Reading Sustainability through the Triple Helix Model in the Frame of a Systems Perspective

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Re-Reading Sustainability through the Triple Helix Model in the Frame of a Systems Perspective
Re-Reading Sustainability through the Triple Helix Model in the Frame of a Systems Perspective
Francesca FarioliSergio BarileMarialuisa SavianoFrancesca Iandolo
Introduction

The concept of sustainability has acquired an ever more central role in governing processes, both of institutions and business organizations. Adopting a sustainability perspective, in fact, implies evaluating the different alternatives that arise from the representation of the specific constraints and rules that have to be followed in the different contexts that are taken into account: the economic, social and environmental contexts.

Although since the beginning of the development of the theory of sustainability, about fifty years ago, there have been several attempts to consider the interrelation of environmental aspects with economic and socio-cultural ...

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