Environmental Life-cycle Costing in Maritime Transport

@inproceedings{Luttenberger2015EnvironmentalLC,
  title={Environmental Life-cycle Costing in Maritime Transport},
  author={Axel Luttenberger and Lidija Runko Luttenberger},
  year={2015}
}
  • Axel Luttenberger, Lidija Runko Luttenberger
  • Published 2015
The conventional life-cycle costing (LCC) is based on four categories to be assessed e.g. investment, operation, maintenance and end-of-life disposal expenses, while the environmental LCC method takes into account above mentioned cost also the external environmental costs. Given that maritime operations contribute substantially to global warming and air pollution, the paper analyses the concepts of environmental life-cycle costing and externalities with particular reference to transport sector… CONTINUE READING

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