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GSBN:MIPS ecoaccounting for materials



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GSBNers
 
"Eco<font size="-1">"<font color="#000000">
Schmidt-Bleek</font></font>  and the Wuppertal Institute in
Germany have done a great job of developing material intensity per
service data (MIPS). This is the ecological rucksack or footprint of
materials. Worth knowing - and a place where clay/straw, straw bale,
earth and straw/mud really shine.
 
Can someone spare the time to do a careful MIPS for these?