Tag Archive for 'Life Cycle Assessment'

PwC appoints China climate policy specialist to UK Sustainability team

February 25th, 2012 by PwC

PwC have appointed Allan Zhang, a specialist in China climate change policy and sustainable business to the firm’s UK Sustainability and Climate Change team. Allan previously led the PwC sustainability and climate change team based in Beijing, China and joins the UK team on a two year secondment.

CO2 emissions from biomass combustion should be included in Life Cycle Assessment studies

March 16th, 2011 by Norwegian University of Science and Technology

The article “Bioenergy and its actual mitigation of climate change: Does carbon neutral mean climate neutral?” in Global Change Biology Bioenergy proposes a new method to account for CO2 emissions from biomass combustion in bioenergy systems. CO2 emissions resulting from bioenergy production have traditionally been excluded from most emission inventories and environmental impact studies because […]