Industrial Symbiosis in Malmö: Transitioning into a collaborative network

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Publication 2-year master student thesis
Title Industrial Symbiosis in Malmö: Transitioning into a collaborative network
Author Larsson, Emelie
Date 2020
English abstract
In collaboration with Afry, the focus of this thesis is to facilitate the transition from an Industrial park into an Eco-park using industrial symbiosis strategy, in the industrial harbor of Malmö. To transition into a collaboration where physical exchanges of energy, waste, materials and other by-products between different facilities takes place. Some of the keys to an industrial symbiosis are proximity, government planning and self-organization. The aim of the thesis is to create a digital platform that can facilitate the connectivity between facilities and organizations and to inspire a social transition. Therefore, this thesis uses transition design as an approach, touching upon topics such as organizational collaboration, industrial symbiosis strategy and knowledge sharing. Whilst using Research through design for designing a technology that can inspire collective transition into a more sustainable future. Design methodology from Service design and Interaction design, such as user researching, customer journey mapping and prototyping, is used when designing for a somewhat unexplored area in Sweden.
Publisher Malmö universitet/Kultur och samhälle
Language eng (iso)
Subject Transition design
Interaction design
Knowledge sharing
Industrial symbiosis
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/2043/32820 Permalink to this page
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