Life cycle assessment part 1: framework, goal and scope definition, inventory analysis, and applications.

@article{Rebitzer2004LifeCA,
  title={Life cycle assessment part 1: framework, goal and scope definition, inventory analysis, and applications.},
  author={Gerald Rebitzer and Tomas Ekvall and Rolf Frischknecht and Daniel Hunkeler and Gregory Norris and T Rydberg and W Schmidt and Sangwon Suh and Bo Pedersen Weidema and David W. Pennington},
  journal={Environment international},
  year={2004},
  volume={30 5},
  pages={701-20}
}
Sustainable development requires methods and tools to measure and compare the environmental impacts of human activities for the provision of goods and services (both of which are summarized under the term "products"). Environmental impacts include those from emissions into the environment and through the consumption of resources, as well as other interventions (e.g., land use) associated with providing products that occur when extracting resources, producing materials, manufacturing the… CONTINUE READING
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