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Practical Aspects of Social Life Cycle Assessment

International Workshop on May 25, 2012

In cooperation with the Federal University of Technology of Paraná and the Öko-Institut e.V. we organized an international workshop about Social Life Cycle Assessment (S-LCA) in Berlin.

Purpose was to demonstrate the application of S-LCA and related tools and to collaborate with interested scientists, economists, and consultants, on how social impacts caused by product life cycles can be managed based on the approach proposed by the UNEP/SETAC Life Cycle Initiative.

During the workshop the UNEP/SETAC S-LCA method was introduced. International S-LCA experts presented case studies and methodological aspects, with a focus on practical application. Further, S-LCA was compared with other tools that are used and proposed for addressing the social dimension of sustainability. A panel discussion with recognized experts closed the day.

We want to thank all speakers and participants for their interest!

Presentations

Andreas Ciroth, GreenDelta
Comparison of S-LCA with other social management tools

Juliane Franze, GreenDelta
Handbook for S-LCA

Siddharth Prakash, Öko-Institut e.V.
Application of S-LCA: From artisanal mining to complex products
Introduction to the UNEP/SETAC Guidelines for Social Life Cycle Assessment of Products

Cassia Maria Lie Ugaya, Federal University of Technology of Paraná
S-LCA of cocoa soap

Sonia Valdivia, UNEP/SETAC Life Cycle Initiative
Evolution of the UNEP/SETAC work on S-LCA - News on Phase 3 of the UNEP/SETAC Life Cycle Initiative

Christine Schneider, Henkel
Measuring progress in sustainability on product/process level: The Sustainable Consumption Index

Antonio da Luz Veloso, Deutsche Telekom
Corporate responsibility along Deutsche Telekom´s supply chain

Peter Saling, BASF
AgBalance - measuring agricultural sustainability

Elisabeth Ekener Petersen, Royal Institute of Technology
S-LCA of a generic laptop

Brigitte Biermann, triple innova
Social Hot Spot Analysis. Prioritizing social problems along the entire value chain in order to foster sustainable product innovation

Cesar Alberto Teran Velazco, University of Bologna
Social impacts of gold mining in Peru

João Fontes, PRé Consultants
An approach for measuring and managing social impacts at product level

Kossara Bozhilova-Kisheva, Technical University of Denmark
Combining S-LCA with E-LCA