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Meeting Programme

Consequential modelling in policy-making, Input-Output databases, and economic models ID Chairs: Michele De Rosa & Guido Sonnemann
8:30-8:35 Welcome and introduction by symposium and session chairs 1 Bo Weidema & Michele De Rosa
8:35-8:53 Direct Disposal vs Reprocessing of Used Nuclear Fuels: A LCA Study for Decision Support in the UK 2 Andrea Paulillo
8:53-9:11 Should policy-makers stimulate the recycling of rare earth elements from fluorescent lamps? 3 Dieuwertje Schrijvers
9:11-9:29 Calculating CFP elasticities. A case study for meat consumption in Spain 4 Germán Forero
9:29-9:47 Future consequences of strategies for household waste management in Copenhagen 5 Jonas Nedenskov
9:47-10:05 Linking the Swiss Times Energy System model to consequential life cycle assessment, the case of stationary batteries and their consequences in the Swiss energy system 6 Laurent Vandepaer
10:05-10:23 A framework for Consequential IO-LCA: cross-sectoral substitution effects due to an increased demand for bioplastics 7 Neus Escobar
10:23-11:00 Moderated plenum discussion 8
11:00-11:30 Refreshment break
Marginal suppliers and temporal aspects of consequential LCI modelling ID Chairs: Matthew Brander & Enrico Benetto
11:30-11:35 Introduction by session chair 9 Matthew Brander
11:35-11:53 Marginal electricity supply mixes and their integration in version 3.4 of the ecoinvent database 10 Christian Bauer
11:53-12:11 Why regional detail is key for consequential LCA and how to improve it – the case of biogas and rail transport 11 Stephan Phister
12:11-12:29 Defining geographical market boundaries of construction materials: a sensitivity analysis of modelling assumptions 12 Matthias Buyle
12:29-12:47 A procedure to sidestep the lack of data for waste-based product systems 13 Romain Sacchi
12:47-13:05 The challenges of time-differentiating life cycle inventories 14 Thomas Gibon
13:05-13:23 Consequential modelling of the carbon footprint of bioenergy technologies in a Danish renewable energy strategy 15 Henrik Wenzel
13:23-14:00 Moderated plenum discussion 16
14:00-16:30 Lunch and Posting Sessions
Views on consequential EPDs and PCRs ID Chair: Bo Weidema
 16:30-16:48 Relevance of attributional and consequential information for environmental product declarations 17 Bo Weidema
 16:48-18:30 Panel discussion and audience participation session:
Panel: [TBD] European Commission JRC, Pere Fullana ESCI-UPF, Marc-André Wolf Maki-consulting, Enrico Benetto LIST, Henrik Wenzel University of Southern Denmark
18 Moderator: Bo Weidema
 20:00-22:30 Walking dinner at the Maritime Museum
Co-product substitution and other aspects of consequential LCI modelling ID Chairs: Guy Castelan & Henrik Wenzel
8:30-8:35 Welcome and introduction by symposium and session chairs 19 Guy Castelan & Pere Fullana
8:35-8:53 Consequential assessment of Greek yogurt acid whey treatment 20 Greg Thoma
8:53-9:11 Micro-scale consequential inventory modeling – a case study from metallurgic production 21 Hendrik Lambrecht
9:11-9:29 Consequential LCI modeling of chemicals in wastewater: including avoided nutrient treatment 22 Ivan Muñoz
9:29-9:47 The enabling effect of ICT including secondary consequences – illustrative case study on videoconferencing 23 Marc-Andree Wolf
9:47-10:05 Consequential LCA of an organic photovoltaic charger – decision support for an environmentally-beneficial product use 24 Edis Glogic
10:05-10:23 Understanding the impact of interventions in food waste prevention, valorisation and disposal 25 Nicole Unger
10:23-11:00 Moderated plenum discussion 26
11:00-11:30 Refreshment break
Model uncertainty and quality assurance in LCA   Chairs: Roland Hischier & Marc-Andree Wolf
11:30-11:35 Introduction by session chair 27 Roland Hischier
11:35-11:53 Error propagation on consequential inventories: Yes We Can 28 Massimo Pizzol
11:53-12:11 Overview of methodological challenges associated with LCI modelling of biofuels: A practitioner’s perspective 29 Ferenc Kiss
12:11-12:29 System boundaries in CLCA and the link with uncertainty – A case study on mobility policies in Luxembourg 30 Paul Baustert
12:29-12:47 Reducing uncertainties in LCA of battery storage by unifying inventory data 31 Jens Peters
12:47-13:05 Climate assessment of energy measures in buildings 32 Tomas Ekvall
13:05-13:23 A mass-balanced approach to reduce modelling uncertainties in LCAs of woody products 33 Michele De Rosa
13:23-14:00 Moderated plenum discussion 34
14:00-16:30 Lunch and Posting Sessions
Challenges for teaching consequential LCA and communication of results   Chair: Massimo Pizzol
 16:30-16:48 Working against intuition: 12 years of experience with unlearning at the Danish Advanced LCA course 35 Søren Løkke
 16:48-18:30 Panel discussion and audience participation session: Panel: Tomas Ekvall IVL, Greg Thoma University of Arkansas, Miguel Brandão KTH, Ralph Rosenbaum IRSTEA 36 Moderator: Massimo Pizzol
 18:30-19:00  Academy award ceremony: International Life Cycle Academy Awards 2017    Moderator: Bo Weidema

Posters Sessions during lunch break on Monday and Tuesday (14:00 – 16:30)

Title ID Presenter
Can consequential LCA stimulate sustainable decision-making? A case study from the recycling of a steel production residue. P01 Andrea Di Maria
Whitdrawn P02 Victor Vladimirov
Consequential and attributional LCA of LNG production P03 Katrien Boonen
Whitdrawn P04 Guido Sonnemann
Consequential or attributional LCA in support of policy making? Strengths and limitations of both approaches to tackle the urban scale P05 Nadia Mirabella
Dynamic LCA of stationary battery systems in a renewable-based decentralized grid P06 Jens Peters
Dynamic Life Cycle Inventories: coupling experimental design and LCA for the eco-design of an extrusion process. P07 Remi Julio
Eco-efficiency of Second Life Applications of Lithium Ion Traction Batteries P08 Michael Flad
Energy demand and greenhouse gases emissions assessment of PV panels recycling process in Spain P09 Israel Herrera
Environmental performance of SIAM technology under Mediterranean climatic conditions P10 Yago Lorenzo
Electricity from biogas in Italy: Environmental consequences related to the elimination of economic subsidies P11 Jacopo Bacenetti
Improved modeling of substitution in consequential LCA by the use of market prices P12 Dieuwertje Schrijvers
Interpreting LCA results in models with high variability and potential scenarios – the wider impact of the AQUAVALENS project P13 Carmen Torres
Investigating mitigation opportunity of switching to organic rice paddy production from traditional method using CLCA P14 Abdun Naqib Jimmy
LCA as tool to direct research in the water cycle P15 Tessa van den Brand
LCA of magnesium recovery processes for decision support in REMAGHIC EU-project P16 Manuel González
Life-cycle assessment of table grapes in Austria – three case studies P17 Iris Kral
Managing uncertainty in LCA of innovative processes to recover rare earth elements in REMAGHIC project P18 Manuel Ignacio Gonzalez Hernandez
Marginal energy carriers – a Swedish perspective P19 Tomas Ekvall
Whitdrawn P20 Hasini Siriwardana
Socio-economic analysis based on a life cycle perspective: the comparison of existing and emerging production process for trimethyl phosphite P21 Birgit Brunklaus
Stochastic modelling using the Monte Carlo simulation for life cycle inventory of the rare earth elements (REEs) in beneficiation rare earth waste from Covas mining site, Portugal case study P22 Boguslaw Bieda
Whitdrawn P23 Hanna Helander
Water-Energy-Food-Climate Nexus approach for food waste management decision: the case study of the fish canning industry P24 Rubén Aldaco