Global guidance on environmental life cycle impact assessment indicators : progress and case study. Frischknecht, R., Fantke, P., Tschümperlin, L., Niero, M., Antón, A., Bare, J., Boulay, A., M., Cherubini, F., Hauschild, M., Z., Henderson, A., Levasseur, A., McKone, T., E., Michelsen, O., Milà, L., Pfister, S., Ridoutt, B., G., Rosenbaum, R., K., Verones, F., Vigon, B., Jolliet, O., i Canals, L., M., Pfister, S., Ridoutt, B., G., Rosenbaum, R., K., Verones, F., Vigon, B., & Jolliet, O. International Journal of Life Cycle Assesment, 21:429-442, 2016.
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Purpose The life cycle impact assessment (LCIA) guidance flagship project of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)/Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) Life Cycle Initiative aims at provid- ing global guidance and building scientific consensus on en- vironmentalLCIA indicators. This paper presents the progress made since 2013, preliminary results obtained for each impact category and the description of a rice life cycle assessment (LCA) case study designed to test and compare LCIA indicators. Methods The effort has been focused in a first stage on im- pacts of global warming, fine particulate matter emissions, water use and land use, plus cross-cutting issues and LCA- based footprints. The paper reports the process and progress and specific results obtained in the different task forces (TFs). Additionally, a rice LCA case study common to all TF has been developed. Three distinctly different scenarios of Responsible
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 author = {Frischknecht, Rolf and Fantke, Peter and Tschümperlin, Laura and Niero, Monia and Antón, Assumpció and Bare, Jane and Boulay, Anne-marie Marie and Cherubini, Francesco and Hauschild, Michael Z. and Henderson, Andrew and Levasseur, Annie and McKone, Thomas E. and Michelsen, Ottar and Milà, Llorenç and Pfister, Stephan and Ridoutt, Bradley G. and Rosenbaum, Ralph K. and Verones, Francesca and Vigon, Bruce and Jolliet, Olivier and i Canals, Llorenç Milà and Pfister, Stephan and Ridoutt, Bradley G. and Rosenbaum, Ralph K. and Verones, Francesca and Vigon, Bruce and Jolliet, Olivier},
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