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Gabriella Arcese   Dr.  Research or Laboratory Scientist 
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Gabriella Arcese published an article in January 2017.
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Roberto Merli

11 shared publications

Department of Business Studies, Roma Tre University, Via Silvio D'Amico, 77, 00145 Rome, Italy

Maria Claudia Lucchetti

10 shared publications

Università di Roma Tre

Olimpia Martucci

3 shared publications

Serena Flammini

3 shared publications

Giuseppe Campagna

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Article 6 Reads 5 Citations Modeling Social Life Cycle Assessment framework for the Italian wine sector Gabriella Arcese, Maria Claudia Lucchetti, Ilaria Massa Published: 01 January 2017
Journal of Cleaner Production, doi: 10.1016/j.jclepro.2016.06.137
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Article 0 Reads 5 Citations Life Cycle Assessment of Steel Produced in an Italian Integrated Steel Mill Pietro A. Renzulli, Bruno Notarnicola, Giuseppe Tassielli, G... Published: 28 July 2016
Sustainability, doi: 10.3390/su8080719
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The purpose of this work is to carry out an accurate and extensive environmental analysis of the steel production occurring in in the largest integrated EU steel mill, located in the city of Taranto in southern Italy. The end goal is that of highlighting the steelworks’ main hot spots and identifying potential options for environmental improvement. The development for such an analysis is based on a Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) of steel production with a cradle to casting plant gate approach that covers the stages from raw material extraction to solid steel slab production. The inventory results have highlighted the large solid waste production, especially in terms of slag, which could be reused in other industries as secondary raw materials. Other reuses, in accordance with the circular economy paradigm, could encompass the energy waste involved in the steelmaking process. The most burdening lifecycle phases are the ones linked to blast furnace and coke oven operations. Specifically, the impact categories are influenced by the energy consumption and also by the toxicity of the emissions associated with the lifecycle of steel production. A detailed analysis of the toxicity impacts indicates that LCA is still not perfectly suitable for toxicity assessments and should be coupled with other more site specific studies in order to understand such aspects fully. Overall, the results represent a first step to understanding the current levels of sustainability of the steelworks, which should be used as a starting point for the development both of pollution control measures and of symbiotic waste reutilization scenarios needed to maintain the competitiveness of the industrial plant.
Article 1 Read 16 Citations State of the art in S-LCA: integrating literature review and automatic text analysis Gabriella Arcese, Maria Claudia Lucchetti, Ilaria Massa, Cla... Published: 08 March 2016
The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, doi: 10.1007/s11367-016-1082-0
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Article 4 Reads 4 Citations Evidence and Experience of Open Sustainability Innovation Practices in the Food Sector Gabriella Arcese, Serena Flammini, Maria Caludia Lucchetti, ... Published: 24 June 2015
Sustainability, doi: 10.3390/su7078067
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The adoption of an “open sustainability innovation” approach in business could be a strategic advantage to reach both industry objectives and sustainability goals. The food sector is facing a constant increase in competition. In order to address the high competition that involves the food industry, sustainability and innovation practices can be strategically effective, especially with an open sustainability innovation approach. In the literature, we found many examples of open innovation applications and their implications for sustainable strategy. These applications are important for reducing cost and time to market, as well as for a company’s impact on the environment and food security. In this paper, the authors show the evidence of these implications. In particular, starting from the state of the art of the food sector, we highlight the empirical results of ten case studies. By analyzing these cases, we can gain a better awareness on how and why these approaches are currently being applied by food sector companies.
BOOK-CHAPTER 0 Reads 1 Citation Social Life Cycle Assessment Application: Stakeholder Implication in the Cultural Heritage Sector Gabriella Arcese, L. Di Pietro, R. Guglielmetti Mugion Published: 01 January 2015
Social Life Cycle Assessment, doi: 10.1007/978-981-287-296-8_4
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BOOK-CHAPTER 0 Reads 0 Citations Social Life Cycle Assessment in a Managerial Perspective: An Integrative Approach for Business Strategy Gabriella Arcese, M. C. Lucchetti, O. Martucci Published: 01 January 2015
Social Life Cycle Assessment, doi: 10.1007/978-981-287-296-8_7
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