The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment
The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment (Int J Life Cycle Assess) is the first journal devoted entirely to Life Cycle Assessment and closely related methods. LCA has become a recognized instrument to assess the ecological burdens and impacts throughout the consecutive and interlinked stages of a product system, from raw material acquisition or generation from natural resources, through production and use to final disposal. The Int J Life Cycle Assess is a forum for scientists developing LCA and LCM (Life Cycle Management); LCA and LCM practitioners; managers concerned with environmental aspects of products; governmental environmental agencies responsible for product quality; scientific and industrial societies involved in LCA development, and ecological institutions and bodies. • Includes papers on LCA methodology; social and political acceptance; governmental activities and examples from industrial applications • Also presents historical sketches, short version of actual LCAs and case studies
Published by Springer.
|Current trends and limitations of life cycle assessment applied to the urban scale: critical analysis and review of selected literature||Journal Article||Mirabella et al. Mirabella, Nadia; Allacker, Karen; Sala, Serenella||2019|
|Book Review: Practical handbook of material flow analysis||Journal Article||Barbara Zeschmar-Lahl Zeschmar-Lahl, Barbara||2004|