Climate damage modeling in LCA – quantitative sustainability assessment of future technologies

    Project Details


    Climate change is a global threat to ecosystems and vast resources are invested to develop new climatically sustainable technologies. However, the assessments of such climatic sustainability are generally hindered by the absence of appropriate assessment tools of sufficiently broad scope. In the project we will develop “a concept for quantitative environmental sustainability assessment of technologies (e.g. renewable energy) from a climate change and climate protection point of view”.

    Financed by the Villum Kann Rasmussen Foundation
    Effective start/end date01/03/201028/02/2012


    • climate change
    • ecosystem damage modeling
    • LCA


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