Marian Chertow talks about industrial ecology and symbiosis in the developing world



Marian Chertow, Professor of Industrial Environmental Management, talks about industrial ecology and symbiosis in the developing world.

Professor Chertow’s research and teaching focus on industrial ecology, circular economy, waste management, and urban sustainability. Her work has championed the study of industrial symbiosis involving geographically based exchanges of materials, energy, water, and wastes within networks of businesses globally. She also has carried out many studies of industrial ecology in China, India, and other emerging market countries as a way to value environmental benefits alongside economic ones.

Learn more about Marian Chertow.