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Session 8: A Lifecycle Perspective

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

Date and Time: Wednesday 25, 11h00 – 13h00

Chairs: Guido Sonnemann  and David Turner

Room: 18

SS 8.1Advances and gaps in the research of environmental impacts of food packaging applications using LCA by Ankit Aggarwal1,2, Horst-Christian Langowski1,2 (1TUM School of Life Sciences Weihenstephan (WZW), Technical University of Munich, Freising – Germany;2Fraunhofer Institute for Process Engineering and Packaging (Fraunhofer IVV), Freising, Germany)  
SS 8.2Life Cycle Assessment of Two Parchment Coffee Crops in San Francisco de Sales, Cundinamarca, Colombia by Catherine Andrea Guzman,Juliana Andrea Pardo, Kenneth Ochoa (Universidad El Bosque, Colombia)  
SS 8.3Water, food safe and bioenergy, an approach from life cycle assessment and system dynamics models by Sandra Bautista1, Yulia Ivanova2, Paulo Narvaez3, Mauricio Camargo4 (1Universidad El Bosque, Colombia;2Universidad Militar, Colombia;3Universidad Nacional de Colombia;4Université de Lorena, Francia)  
SS 8.4Methodology for the life cycle assessment of clay masonry from energy and water consumption by Sergio Alfonso Ballen Zamora, Liliana Medina Campos, Luz Amparo Hinestrosa Ayala, Adriana Cubides Perez, James Ortega Morales (Universidad Colegio Mayor de Cundinamarca, Colombia)  
SS 8.5Life Cycle Criticality Assessment: Basic methodology with an application to an electronic car by Guido Sonnemann1Steven B. Young2, Alexander Cimprich2, Christoph Helbig3, Andrea Thorenz3, Axel Tuma3 (1Université de Bordeaux, France;2University of Waterloo, Canada;3University of Augsburg, Germany)  
SS 8.6Life cycle assessment of copper production: comparison of primary and secondary supply routes by David Anthony Turner, Arthur Haarman, Roland Hischier (Empa, Switzerland)  
SS 8.7Life Cycle Analysis of gold benefit process in the enterprise Placetas Mining Productions by Elena Regla Rosa Dominguez1, Yuniey Quiala Armenteros2, Susana Diaz Aguirre3, Nydia Suppen Reynaga4, Navarro Perdomo Yessica1, Contreras Moya Ana1 (1Universidad Central “Marta Abreu” de Las Villas, Cuba; 2Ministerio de Ciencia y Tecnología Cuba, Delegación Villa Clara, Cuba; 3Universidad de Pinar del Río “Hermanos Saíz Montes de Oca”; 4Centro de Análisis de Ciclo de Vida y diseño sustentable de México)  
SS 8.8Life Cycle Initiative: Applying Life Cycle Thinking Towards a Sustainable Future by Llorenc Mila i Canals, Feng Wang (UN Environment, France)  
SS 8.9Life Cycle Analysis as an eco-efficiency tool in dairy sector enterprises in Bogotá, Colombia: an analysis of driving factors and barriers towards the promotion of its implementation by by Angela Tatiana Prias Mahecha,Kenneth Ochoa (Universidad El Bosque, Colombia)  
SS 8.10Life-Cycle Inventory Databases as a Support for Sustainable Public Procurement: Opportunities in Brazil by Thiago Oliveira Rodrigues, Tiago Emmanuel Nunes Braga (Brazilian Institute of Science and Technology Information – Ibict, Brazil)  
SS 8.11Identification of most relevant characterization factors to be regionalized in Brazil by Ugaya, Cássia Maria Lie; Cuzinsky, Fernando C. (UTFPR, Brazil)  
SS 8.12Actions for Prevention of Food Loss and Waste by Using a Life Cycle Thinking Approach by Aithza Catalina Giraldo de los Rios (Sustainable Supply Chains, Chile)