After finishing his Master’s thesis of an Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) of Direct Air Capture, Stefan reflects on the usefulness of the technology. When talking… Read More »On the (non)sense of Direct Air Capture – a commentary
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Interested in learning more about IE/CE Master’s Thesis? Listen to IECEP’s new podcast! Learn about what topics recent graduates explored in their Master’s Thesis, what… Read More »Master’s Thesis Episode 3: Melanie & Greenhouse Gas Inventory
In this series, recent graduates share their experience about their Master’s Theses – the topics they explored, methods used, challenges they encountered and advice to… Read More »Master’s Thesis Episode 2: Emma & Sustainable Transitions
A brief overview of a Masters Thesis from Chalmers University of Technology for the Erasmus Mundus International Master’s Programme on Circular Economy. Here is a… Read More »Storytelling in communicating Circular Economy
Welcome to this amazing family of Industrial Ecologists and Circular Economists, we are excited to make the world a better place together! My name is… Read More »Tips for new Industrial Ecologist & Circular Economists Students!
IECEP now has its own podcast! In the first series, recent graduates are sharing their experience about their Master’s Theses. What topic they explored, their… Read More »Master’s Thesis Episode 1: Thijn & Sustainable Transportation
In our last newsletter, we reported on the developments on LCA requirements for the automotive sector. This time, we report on the Swedish proposal for… Read More »Upcoming LCA regulations for the Swedish building stock?
Did you know… … that there is an Industrial Ecology Network for Industrial Ecologists from French-speaking countries? It has grown from local and regional groups… Read More »Industrial Ecology Network for the French-speaking world
In a recent article in the International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, Saade and colleagues have analysed all papers that draw on data from the… Read More »On transparency and responsibility in LCA practice