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«Life Cycle Management»

What Is Hotspots Analysis?From Life Cycle Assessment to Life Cycle EngineeringNational Level: From Territorial Inventory to Including Burdens of Imported and Exported ProductsBecome a Champion for Life Cycle AssessmentLife Cycle Management Responsibilities and Procedures in the Value ChainExamples of Assessments and ApplicationsSpace to Coordinate Efforts Around the WorldIdentifying the Issues: Major Methodological ChallengesCommunication and Collaboration as Essential Elements for Mainstreaming Life Cycle ManagementDefining the Strategy of Sustainable Value CreationWhat's Next: How to Tackle This Chasm?Due Diligence: Assessment Through LCSA?Results and DiscussionBrazilian Business Network for Life Cycle AssessmentChanges in Available Household Resources and Consumption ConstraintsA Growing Number of UsersGovernments: Facilitating Sustainable Consumption and LifestylesLife Cycle Management and Life Cycle Sustainability Management: A Clarification of TermsMethodologyDuration of SalesEvaluating Product Sustainability, a Contribution from CEFICDoLink Life Cycle Assessment with Business ObjectivesLife Cycle Management: Implementing Sustainability in Business PracticeDiscussionCase Study of Spun-Dyed Modal Fibers from Lenzing AGLife Cycle Management: Labelling, Declarations and Certifications at the Product Level – Different ApproachesUnderstanding the LCA Community ItselfPerson or Household Level: Sustainable LifestylesSustainability as a Motivation GeneratorLinking Life Cycle Assessment with Financial Value DriversLCA Studies and LCA DatabasesOutlineCommonalities and Differences Among MethodologiesIdentification of Policy OptionsCorporate Practice in Life Cycle ManagementSector Maturity AssessmentMainstreaming Life Cycle Sustainability Management in Rapidly Growing and Emerging Economies Through Capacity-BuildingGas NetworkOthersImplementationNetworkingTaking Up Social Responsibility in the Value ChainMaking It HappenSewer NetworkTowards a New Measure of the Environmental Life Cycle Performance of Products from Consumption PerspectiveAudiences and Lessons LearnedImplementing Life Cycle Engineering in Automotive Development as a Helpful Management Tool to Support Design for EnvironmentValue Creation and Life Cycle ManagementAttributesOverview on Different ApproachesAnalysis and Derivation of Measurable Technical TargetsUnderstanding “Alternatives” to Life Cycle AssessmentLife Cycle Management as a Way to Operationalize the Creating Shared Value Concept in the Food and Beverage Industry: A Case StudyCapacity-Building for Life Cycle Sustainability ManagementApproaches of Hotspots AnalysisThe Overarching MessageGapsAudience and ApplicationLife Cycle Management at VolkswagenLife Cycle Management in Regional DevelopmentLife Cycle Sustainability Assessment: A Tool for Exercising Due Diligence in Life Cycle ManagementGender AspectsBuilding Organizational Capability for Life Cycle ManagementMethodsImplementation and Follow Up of Due Diligence Through LCM?Mainstreaming Conditions in Selected CountriesFrom Project to ProcessCase Study of Vitamin C Business Development by Royal DSM NVBenchmarkData Issues: Generating Electricity Life Cycle Inventory DatasetsInitial BriefDevelopment of the Life Cycle Management Capability Maturity ModelFrom Sustainable Production to Sustainable ConsumptionCitizen: Sustainable Consumption Decisions and LifestylesChallenges and Next StepsTowards Smart Grids and Self-sufficiencyLinking with ManagementEffective Communication with a Wider Set of StakeholdersActOrganizational ChallengesIntegration of Life Cycle Engineering into Company ProcessesDeveloped Policy OptionsOutlookII Advancing the Implementation of Life Cycle Management in Business PracticeFrom Trial to MaturityLong-Term Management Commitment to SustainabilityQuantitative DeclarationsUsing Plastics Europe LCI InformationActors in Sustainable Consumption and Their Possible RolesThe Risk of Ignoring These TrendsPlanWater Supply NetworkDescription of Sustainable Value Framework for Chemical IndustryImplementation Procedure for Business Value Creation Based on Life Cycle Assessment in CompaniesOpportunities for Sustainable Value CreationFrom Pioneers to Industry StandardsMoving Towards Better CollaborationResults and DiscussionOpportunities: The User PerspectiveBusiness Functions/ActivitiesOther Tools Used to Identify Sustainability ImpactsEnvironmental Profile of Urban Fabric ElementsUser Perspective: Using Electricity Life Cycle Inventory DataManaging Life Cycle Sustainability Aspects in the Automotive IndustryMainstreaming the Use of Life Cycle Management in Small and Medium Sized Enterprises Using a Sector Based and Regional ApproachThe Role of Life Cycle ManagementV Implementation and Case Studies of Life Cycle Management in Different Business and Industry SectorsAbout “Due Diligence”Scale of ApplicationSocial and Economic PerformancesChallengesPotential for Mainstreaming Life Cycle Sustainability Management in Developing Countries: A Global Status AssessmentMarket for LCA ProfessionalsResults and DiscussionSustainable Supply Chain to Reduce RisksEvolution in Assessment, Management and Reporting StandardsSelection of ApproachesHotspots Analysis: Providing the Focus for ActionSustainability Improvements Support with Eco-Efficiency Studies: Pavement Preservation TechnologySustainable Value Creation with Life Cycle ManagementExploring Challenges and Opportunities of Life Cycle Management in the Electricity SectorQualitative ApproachesHappiness or Harm Due to Need (Over-) FulfilmentA Brief History of Life Cycle ApproachesLife Cycle Assessment of a CarLooking into the Life Cycle Management AgendaApplications/Use of Hotspots AnalysisIII Life Cycle Management as Part of Sustainable Consumption and Production Strategies and PoliciesFrom Process Integration to Sustainable Supply Chain and Product ManagementOpportunities: The Research PerspectiveBackground and Literature ReviewExample: Hot Stamped SteelPaths to Operationalize Sustainability Through Life Cycle Management in a Company: Illustrated ApplicationsAbout Social Responsibility of OrganizationsLimitations of the Suggested Approach and Life Cycle ManagementIV Mainstreaming and Capacity Building on Life Cycle ManagementCheckOperating Margin and Capital ExpenditureMissing LinksBeyond LCANeeds IdentificationLife Cycle Assessment as a Tool to Implement Life Cycle Management at VolkswagenImplementing Life Cycle Assessment and Life Cycle Management Within CompaniesSpace to Develop a Coherent MessagingAction PlanScoping to Grow Project PhaseImplementation of Life Cycle Sustainability ManagementThe Urban FabricI Introducing Life Cycle ManagementScaling to Prepare Process PhaseEase of UseUnderstanding Major Product Sustainability TrendsLightweight DesignContext of Corporations and ProductsHotspots Analysis Versus Other ToolsMental Secondary ConsequencesImplementing EcodEX: A Product Design Tool at NestléCalculating Targets for Hot Stamped SteelSustainability to Increase Brand PerceptionEnvironmental BenchmarkingLife Cycle Management Applied to Urban Fabric PlanningImprove Collaboration Among the Life Cycle Community Across the GlobePromoting Life Cycle Thinking, Life Cycle Assessment and Life Cycle Management Within Business in BrazilMethodology and Criteria for the Assessment of Mainstreaming ConditionsSystems and Tools for Life Cycle ManagementCompany Case StudiesKey ObservationsPaved Skin: Sidewalks and Light-Weight Traffic Road PavementLife Cycle Inventory Data Platforms of AssociationsSustainability Improvements and Life Cycle Approaches in Industry PartnershipsCompanies: Sustainable ProductsSpace to Identify New Contacts, Apart from ConferencesCharacteristics of the Prioritized Policy OptionsUse of Freed Household ResourcesTaking Life Cycle Management Mainstream: Integration in Corporate Finance and AccountingSecondary Consequences of Consumption DecisionsShared LanguagePolicy Options for Life Cycle Assessment Deployment in LegislationSpace to Collaborate with ColleaguesCross Category EffectsKey OpportunitiesSome Exemplary Information Transmission ApproachesLink with Other Sustainability Management InitiativesConcluding RemarksTypical Steps to Conduct Hotspots AnalysisOptimizing the Urban Fabric DesignProduct Level: From Functional Unit to Needs FulfilmentSelf-Declared Environmental ClaimsSuccess Factors for Life Cycle Engineering Within the CompanyLife Cycle Management and Business OrganizationsFramework for Capacity-Building and Developing Capabilities to Mainstream Life Cycle Sustainability ManagementFrom Projects to Processes to Implement Life Cycle Management in BusinessTogether for Sustainability (TfS)Life Cycle Management: Concepts and DefinitionSteering Product Portfolio to Foster Sustainable SolutionsGlobal Level: The Sum of All Consumption Versus the Planetary BoundariesCase StudiesApproachIdentification and Description of Characteristics of the Policy OptionsLife Cycle Management as a Way to Operationalize Sustainability Within OrganizationsSustainable Consumption on Different LevelsHow to Implement Life Cycle Management in Business?Higher Order Consequences of Economic TransactionsContext for the StudyHow to Make the Life Cycle Assessment Team a Business PartnerSustainability Value Creation FrameworkCollective Model for Life Cycle ManagementDiscussionScreening to Identify PathwayBox 20.1: A Practical Example: Renault's Efforts to Inform Their Consumers About Their Life Cycle Management WorkMethodsMethodologyGrowth of SalesOverviewCommonalitiesJointly Explore New ApplicationsThe Business ContextAutomotive Life CycleIndustry and Associations InitiativesAssessing Sustainability Performance Within a Vehicle Life Cycle
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