Two-day course in Applied Life Cycle Thinking
The life cycle perspective, understanding the environmental impacts of a product or service throughout the value chain, is gaining increased importance in business as well as in puiblic sector and authorities. In this two-day course you will get a deeper understandig on how to apply life cycle thinking in your organization, through real cases and proven methods. You will get sufficient time to practice your new skills during the course and ask the experienced course leaders and guest lecturers for support.
The course is aimed for you who need a better understanding of the life cycle perspective, life cycle assessment (LCA) and its role for sustainable development in your organization. You work for example as a strategist, environmental coordinator / environmental manager, buyer or investigator in public sector or business and focus on sustainability. No prior knowledge in LCA is required.
Date: 21-22 April 2019, 09.00-16:30
Place: Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden
Price: 11 500 SEK ex Moms (Partners get a 20% discount)
The course will primarly be in Swedish. The course can also be given to larger groups / companies as well as in English on request.
For questions, please send an e-mail to email@example.com or call +46 (0) 31-772 49 61.
PhD course: Advances in life cycle assessment, 5 HEC
Welcome to a course for PhD students that will give a deeper understanding of life cycle assessment (LCA) and related tools, including knowledge on state-of-the-art research in selected areas.
The course objectives are to give PhD students a deeper understanding of life cycle assessment (LCA) and related tools, including knowledge on state-of-the-art research in selected areas, to disseminate the expertise of Swedish senior LCA researchers to a new generation of PhD students, and to help the PhD students create an informal network of young LCA researchers.
Date: 2018-10-17 – 2018-12-07
Place: Gothenburg & online
Price: Free of charge
For whom: PhD students
Arranged by: The research school Sustainable Biomass Systems at SLU and Swedish Life Cycle Center through a close collaboration in the Academy group of Swedish Life Cycle Center