Life Cycle Impact Assessment (LCIA) is a central element of Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) -- the point in the LCA process where potential environmental impacts of a product or service are identified and quantified.
Good environmental news is always welcome, especially these days.
Supply chains are fragmented - disconnected by all but one thin piece of connective tissue.
A story on NPR this week offered some interesting perspectives on one of the fundamental elements of the discipline of sustainability – our ability to envision the future.
Ever wished for a strong strategic analysis of the value of sustainability, that spoke clearly and effectively to C-level executives and the financial and investment community?
Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) has become an increasingly useful and popular tool for evaluating products’ environmental impact, and identifying opportunities for reducing associated costs, risks and points of vulnerability.
Small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) are one of the most dynamic sectors of the Latin American economy, and anyone interested in getting insights into their present and future would benefit from a look into The Network of Pathways Challenge (La Red de Pathways Challenge.)
The concept of designing for sustainability has been well defined and promoted by groups like the United Nations Environment Program for many years, and product innovation using this concept is undoubtedly a central piece to the sustainability puzzle.