Impact Pathways to Address Social Well-Being and Social Justice in SLCA — Fair Wage and Level of Education

@inproceedings{Neugebauer2014ImpactPT,
  title={Impact Pathways to Address Social Well-Being and Social Justice in SLCA — Fair Wage and Level of Education},
  author={Sabrina Neugebauer and Marzia Traverso and Ren{\'e} Scheumann and Yaju Chang and Kirana Wolf and Matthias Finkbeiner},
  year={2014}
}
Social well-being and social justice are meant to create a positive outcome meaningful for people and societies. According to the guidelines of social life cycle assessment, especially well-being should be considered as the main area of protection to assess social impacts of products. In addition, equity and equality need to be addressed in terms of social justice to ensure a fair and ethic society. However, even if a lot of studies focused on the definition social indicators to assess… CONTINUE READING

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