Stimulating Industrial Innovation for Sustainability

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Edited by Erik J. Frinking, James P. Kahan

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This report, prepared for and funded by the Netherlands Ministry of Housing, Spatial Planning, and the Environment, presents the results of an international analysis of government programs and initiatives aimed at stimulating innovation and sustainable development. The main objective was to find out whether the Dutch government can learn from such foreign initiatives and incorporate certain elements in its own ongoing programs and initiatives.

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