Life‐Cycle Assessment Practitioner Survey: Summary of Results

@article{Cooper2006LifeCycleAP,
  title={Life‐Cycle Assessment Practitioner Survey: Summary of Results},
  author={Joyce Smith Cooper and James A. Fava},
  journal={Journal of Industrial Ecology},
  year={2006},
  volume={10}
}
. . . today’s LCA practitioners rely heavily on the growing LCA computing infrastructure. results are being used, what benefits have been realized from the use of LCA, and what barriers exist for increased application of LCA. We report on and assess the results of this informal survey in this and the forthcoming columns. The survey results are available at <http://faculty.washington.edu/ cooperjs/Research/lca survey.htm>. This survey is a follow-up to a previous survey on the teaching of LCA in… 

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