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J. Dewulf

215 shared publications

Center for Microbial Ecology and Technology (CMET), Faculty of Bioscience Engineering; Ghent University; Ghent Belgium

Jo Dewulf

137 shared publications

European Commission (EC) - Joint Research Cwentre, Ispra, Italy and Ghent University, Ghent

Reinout Heijungs

91 shared publications

Institute of Environmental Sciences (CML), Leiden University, P.O. Box 9518, Leiden 2300RA, The Netherlands;;; Department of Econometrics and Operations Research, VU University Amsterdam, De Boelelaan 1105, Amsterdam 1081HV, The Netherlands

Manuele Margni

86 shared publications

CIRAIG, Polytechnique Montréal, Montreal, QC, Canada

Joachim Maes

45 shared publications

European Commission; Joint Research Centre; Institute for Environment and Sustainability; Via E. Fermi 2749 21027 Ispra Italy

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Article 2 Reads 15 Citations How well does LCA model land use impacts on biodiversity?—A comparison with approaches from ecology and conservation Michael Curran, Danielle Maia De Souza, Assumpció Antón, Ric... Published: 01 March 2016
Environmental Science & Technology, doi: 10.1021/acs.est.5b04681
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Article 2 Reads 4 Citations Area of concern: a new paradigm in life cycle assessment for the development of footprint metrics Bradley G. Ridoutt, Stephan Pfister, Alessandro Manzardo, Ja... Published: 08 December 2015
The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, doi: 10.1007/s11367-015-1011-7
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Article 2 Reads 4 Citations Resource footprint of Europe: Complementarity of material flow analysis and life cycle assessment for policy support Lucia Mancini, Lorenzo Benini, Serenella Sala Published: 01 December 2015
Environmental Science & Policy, doi: 10.1016/j.envsci.2015.07.025
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Article 2 Reads 6 Citations Session “Midpoint, endpoint or single score for decision-making?”—SETAC Europe 25th Annual Meeting, May 5th, 2015 Thomas Kägi, Fredy Dinkel, Rolf Frischknecht, Sébastien Humb... Published: 20 November 2015
The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, doi: 10.1007/s11367-015-0998-0
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Article 3 Reads 6 Citations Toward an Overall Analytical Framework for the Integrated Sustainability Assessment of the Production and Supply of Raw ... Jo Dewulf, Lucia Mancini, Gian Andrea Blengini, Serenella Sa... Published: 03 June 2015
Journal of Industrial Ecology, doi: 10.1111/jiec.12289
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The sustainable production and supply of raw materials (“nonenergy raw materials”) and primary energy carriers (“energy raw materials”) is a core element of many policies. The natural resource base for their production and supply, and the access thereto, are limited. Moreover, raw material supply is high on environmental and social impact agendas as well. A broad, quantitative framework that supports decision makers is recommended so as to make use of raw materials and primary energy carriers more sustainably. First, this article proposes a holistic classification of raw materials and primary energy carriers. This is an essential prerequisite for developing an integrated sustainability assessment framework (ISAF). Indeed, frequently, only a subset of raw materials and primary energy carriers are considered in terms of their source, sector, or final application. Here, 85 raw materials and 30 primary energy carriers overall are identified and grouped into seven and five subgroups, respectively. Next, this article proposes a quantitative ISAF for the production and supply of raw materials and primary energy carriers, covering all the sustainability pillars. With the goal of comprehensiveness, the proposed ISAF integrates sustainability issues that have been covered and modeled in quite different quantitative frameworks: ecosystem services; classical life cycle assessment (LCA); social LCA; resource criticality assessment; and particular international concerns (e.g., conflict minerals assessment). The resulting four areas of concerns (i.e., environmental, technical, economic, and social/societal) are grouped into ten specific sustainability concerns. Finally, these concerns are quantified through 15 indicators, enabling the quantitative sustainability assessment of the production and supply of raw materials and primary energy carriers.
Article 2 Reads 18 Citations Rethinking the Area of Protection “Natural Resources” in Life Cycle Assessment Jo Dewulf, Lorenzo Benini, Lucia Mancini, Serenella Sala, Gi... Published: 17 April 2015
Environmental Science & Technology, doi: 10.1021/acs.est.5b00734
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