Anna Flysjö

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This report accounts for an environmental system analysis of three scenarios for future pig farming systems in Sweden. The three scenarios are focused upon A) Animal welfare; B) Environment and C) Product quality at low prices. The purpose of the study is to gain further knowledge about the environmental impacts of different future farm production systems(More)
In this study, data on resource use and emissions for dairy farms in southwestern Sweden were collected and analysed with Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) methodology. The purpose of the study was to gain increased knowledge of the environmental impact of today´s milk production and of the variations between farms regarding resource use and emissions. Data were(More)
Goal and Scope The goal of this study was to estimate the life cycle greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and the use of energy and land from beef produced in Brazil and exported to Europe (Stockholm, Sweden). A national top-down model approach of Brazilian beef production was applied in the analysis and LCA methodology was used as the primary method. The(More)
The feasibility study was prepared in a multi-stage discussion process within the context of the Task Force "Integration of social aspects into LCA" of the UNEP-SETAC Life Cycle Initiative. The methodology of environmental or biophysical LCA was taken and checked, whether and how social aspects can be integrated or supplemented to conduct a Social LCA(More)
SUMMARY The goal of this study was to estimate the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions related to consumption of animal products in Sweden 1990 and 2005, using a life cycle perspective. The objectives were: ‐ to estimate total and per capita GHG emissions in Sweden caused by the consumption of meat, dairy products and eggs from 1990 and 2005 and ‐ to investigate(More)
This report is conducted within the project Improved Sustainability of Agro-food Chains in Central America. The aim of the project is to identify technological options that make agro-food systems more sustainable from an environmental, food safety and socioeconomic perspective. The project is an INCO (International Scientific Cooperation) Project financed(More)