The leadership of ISO/TC 207/Subcommittee 1 (Environmental management systems) has sent its congratulations to the experts and the secretariat of WG 7 (Monetary valuation of environmental impacts) for the standardization work on Monetary valuation of…
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Increasingly, companies need to know what environmental damage they make in monetary terms. Among other things, for financial reporting and cost-benefit analyzes. A new standard for monetary valuation of environmental damage costs is now approaching…
We welcome all interested to participate in a survey about communication on monetary valuation of environmental impacts. The survey is carried out within the research project ‘Development of methodology to communicate environmental damage cost data’…
Swedish Life Cycle Center has, through the development of the EPS-method and a number of projects, been discussing monetarization for several years. The center has initiated and contributed to the development of the new ISO standard…
Monetary valuation of carbon dioxide and resources – a report from a seminar at the Swedish Energy Agency
Participants from the project Monetarisation were invited to the Swedish Energy Agency in Eskilstuna on March 11 to give a presentation of preliminary results of the project. Lina Isacs and Göran Finnveden from KTH, Linnea…
Monetary valuation of environmental impacts is increasingly used as a basis for decisions in environmental and sustainability issues. This project aims to develop a methodology to communicate environmental damage cost data.
Type Research project
Time period 2016-10-01 - 2018-06-30
Author Tekie, Haben; Lindblad, Maria
Swedish Life Cycle Center has, through the development of the EPS-method and a number of projects, been discussing monetarization for several years. With this group and related activities we hope to contribute to the discussion and implentation of "right prices".
Type Working group
Time period 2010-01-01 - Ongoing
The project intended to strengthen the long-term competitiveness of the manufacturing industry through a pro-active risk management. It considers both environmental aspects as well as economic value, early in the product development phase.
Type Research project
Time period 2013-11-01 - 2016-10-01
Author Bengt Steen, Anna Wikström, Mia Romare, Jacob Lindberg, Ellen Riise, Tomas Rydberg