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|Title: ||The role of values in sustainability evaluation: insights from three Dutch approaches|
|Authors: ||De Kraker, Joop|
Cörvers, Ron J. M.
|Keywords: ||sustainability evaluation|
|Issue Date: ||Nov-2006|
|Publisher: ||CIMNE, Barcelona|
|Citation: ||De Kraker, J., & Cörvers, R.J.M. (2006). The role of values in sustainability evaluation – insights from three Dutch approaches. In E. Carrera, J.J. de Felipe, B. Sureda, & N. Tollin (Eds.), ICSMM 2006. Proceedings of the I International Conference on Sustainability Measurement and Modelling. Barcelona: CIMNE.|
|Abstract: ||This paper reviews three recent approaches to sustainability evaluation by Dutch scientists. Conclusions are drawn with respect to the possibility and desirability of excluding normative and subjective elements from the evaluation of sustainability. Suggestions are given on how such elements can best be handled by sustainability scientists supporting policy makers.|
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