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Session 1: Measuring and Showcasing Resource Efficiency

[Please note that the programme is subject to change and will be continuously updated up to the conference]

Date and Time: Tuesday 24, 11h00 – 13h00

Chairs: Kiichiro Hayashi and Armin Reller

Room: 15

SS 1.1Developing a spatially explicit, global material flow model to trace environmental impacts embodied in international trade by Stefan Giljum, Martin Bruckner, Stephan Lutter (Vienna University of Business and Economics, Austria) 
SS 1.2Structural and production technology-based determinants of resource efficiency by Monika Dittrich1Birte Ewers1, Karl Schoer2, Claudia Kämper1, Sabrina Ludmann1, Jürgen Giegrich1, Christian Sartorius3, Torsten Hummen3, Frank Marscheider-Weidemann(1ifeu GmbH, Germany; 2SSG Sustainable Solutions Germany; 3ISI Fraunhofer Institut für System- und Innovationsforschung) 
SS 1.3Quantifying Potential Anthropogenic Resources through Hot Spot Analysis by Kuang-Ly Cheng1,2,3, Wing-Man Li2, Hwong-wen Ma1,3, Shu-Chien Hsu2,3 (1Graduate Institute of Environmental Engineering, National Taiwan University, Taiwan; 2Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong; 3Research Institute for Sustainable Urban Development, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong) 
SS 1.4Forest carbon stock assessment by a UAV technique: case study in Japanese forest by Kiichiro Hayashi1, Satoru Sugita2, Takashi Machimura3, Ayana Fujimoto3, Hiroaki Takagi1 (1Nagoya University, Japan; 2Chubu University, Japan; 3Osaka University) 
SS 1.5Material Flow Analysis of Mobility in Switzerland by Cecilia Matasci, Marcel Gauch, Viola Ruehlin, Heinz Böni (Empa, Switzerland) 
SS 1.6Transforming infrastructures towards sustainability – lessons learnt from ICT-based peer-to-peer carsharing service Drivy in Germany by Mandy Hinzmann (Ecologic Institute, Germany) 
SS 1.7A system dynamics assessment of supply sufficiency for aerospace technology needs using WORLD6 by Peter Schlyter1, Harald Ulrik Sverdrup2, Anna Hulda Olofsdottir2, Kristin Vala Ragnarsdottir(1Physical Geography, Stockholm University, Sweden; 2Industrial Engineering, University of Iceland, Iceland; 3Earth Sciences, University of Iceland, Iceland) 
SS 1.8How to measure the environmental sustainability: benchmarks LCA based for buildings and construction products by Sara Ganassali, Monica Lavagna, Andrea Campioli (Politecnico di Milano, Italy) 
SS 1.9Multi-criteria decision-making on sustainable interior paints. A qualitative study for the expert users in Germany by Mariia Rochikashvili, Prof. Jan Clemens Bongaerts (TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Germany) 
SS 1.10Manual dismantling of refrigerators and air conditioners: A practical guideline for technicians by Jonathan Heubes1, Nidia Pabón Tello2, Cinthya Berrio Boza(1HEAT GmbH – on behalf of GIZ Proklima and MinAmbiente Colombia; 2Ministerio de Ambiente y Desarrollo Sostenible de Colombia,; 3Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH) 
SS 1.11Life cycle assessment of municipal waste management in China: Analysis of operation of Yuhuan Municipal Solids Processing Facility by Slav Hermanowicz1,2, Yihao Xiang1, Siqing Xia(1University of California, Berkeley – TBSI, United States of America; 2College of Environmental Science and Engineering, Tongji University) 
SS 1.12Reduction in Resource Use and GHG Emissions by Utilising the Biomass Wastes in the Malaysian Oil Palm Industry by Vijaya Subramaniam, Zulkifli Hashim (Malaysian Palm Oil Board, Malaysia) 
SS 1.13Sustainable Recycling Industries Project; Providing the Seed for Sustainable Measurements by Amir Safaei (ecoinvent, Switzerland) 
SS 1.14On the metal contents of ocean floor nodules, crusts and massive sulphides and a preliminary assessment of the extractable amounts by Anna Hulda Olofsdottir1, Harald Ulrik Sverdrup1, Kristin Vala Ragnarsdottir(1Earth Sciences, University of Iceland, Iceland; 2Industrial Engineering, University of Iceland, Iceland)