A review of online sources of open-access life cycle assessment data for the construction sector

@article{Pagnon2020ARO,
  title={A review of online sources of open-access life cycle assessment data for the construction sector},
  author={F Pagnon and Alexandre Mathern and Kurien Ek},
  journal={IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science},
  year={2020},
  volume={588}
}
The importance of life cycle sustainability in the construction sector is increasing in the light of rising awareness on sustainability issues in society. A means to identify more sustainable options is to assess and compare their sustainability performance. The standards ISO 21931-2 and EN 15643-1 to 5 establish the framework and requirements for sustainability assessment of buildings and civil engineering works. The standards require life cycle assessment (LCA) to be the basis for the… 

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