An Identification Key for Selecting Methods for Sustainability Assessments

@inproceedings{Zijp2015AnIK,
  title={An Identification Key for Selecting Methods for Sustainability Assessments},
  author={Michiel C. Zijp and Reinout Heijungs and Ester van der Voet and Dik van de Meent and Mark A. J. Huijbregts and Anne Hollander and Leo Posthuma},
  year={2015}
}
Sustainability assessments can play an important role in decision making. This role starts with selecting appropriate methods for a given situation. We observed that scientists, consultants, and decision-makers often do not systematically perform a problem analyses that guides the choice of the method, partly related to a lack of systematic, though sufficiently versatile approaches to do so. Therefore, we developed and propose a new step towards method selection on the basis of question… CONTINUE READING

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