1st Life Cycle Innovation Conference (LCIC), August 2018, Berlin

    29-31 August 2018, Tagungswerk, Berlin

    The Life Cycle Innovation Conference will be the FSLCI’s first independently organized conference. Much in line with our objective to promote sustainable innovation through the application of a life cycle perspective, the LCIC’s focus on innovation will be the prominent differentiator from other conferences around the world. For more details, contact: or for more information.

    New Zealand Infrastructure Sustainability Summit, 7 June 2018, Cordis Auckland

    Join ISCA for the inaugural New Zealand Infrastructure Sustainability Summit in Auckland on 7th June. The purpose of this one-day event is to enable sustainability through infrastructure in NZ. There will be a focus on the innovation, challenges and solutions needed in order to drive a culture of sustainability in infrastructure.

    Join thinkstep and Locus Research as they Unlock the Circular Economy Together

    Adopting a Circular Economy is the key to reduce waste, use resources efficiently, and cut carbon emissions. It requires innovation and clever partnerships to succeed. A disruptive approach is needed to redefine products and services, to design waste out and minimise negative environmental impacts. 

    Locus Research and thinkstep are closing the gap between product development and sustainability through formalising their longstanding and successful partnership. Together, we'll enable our clients to fully embrace the circular economy.

    Upcoming 2017 ALCAS Life Cycle Assessment Symposium 26 - 28 November 2017

    The ALCAS LCA Symposium will be held on 26-28 November 2017 at The University of Queensland, Moreton Bay Research Station, 37 Fraser St, Dunwich (off Brisbane).

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    Middle East's largest sustainability event wraps

    Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week (ADSW), the largest gathering on sustainability in the Middle East and a significant platform for international dialogue and cooperation, was held in the United Arab Emirates from 12-21 January. You can watch highlights from the event here.

    The 6th Indian Life Cycle Management Conference: Call for Abstracts

    The sixth edition of ILCM will be held on 9-10 October in New Delhi, India and abstract submissions are now open.

    Deadline for abstract submission is 15 July 2017.

    The objective of ILCM 2017 is to discuss and advance the implementation of Life Cycle Approaches along business value chains, supporting environmental, social and economic sustainability.

    2017 LCA Symposium – Invitation for abstract submissions

    The Australian Life Cycle Assessment Society (ALCAS), in conjunction with The Industrial Ecology Lab, is holding a two-day symposium on the 26th and 27th of November at Stradbroke Island in Queensland. The aim of the symposium is to highlight the advancements in LCA theory and practice in Australia, by offering individuals the opportunity to present papers in the following areas:

    5th EPD International Stakeholder Conference – Registrations Now Open

    The 5th EPD International Stakeholder Conference will take place in London, United Kingdom, on September 20th, 2017.

    The event is primarily aimed at industry (companies, industry associations), LCA practitioners and consultants, EPD verifiers, as well as users of EPD information in different applications, such as certification schemes, environmental labelling schemes, public/private procurement and BIM.

    Registration is now open until September 8th (or until the maximum number of participants har been reached).

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    Impacts of 3D Printing examined at ISIE/ISSST Conference

    EarthShift Global LLC and HP are coming together to outline the environmental, social, and economic impacts of advanced printing technologies, including 3D printing, at the International Society for Industrial Ecology/International Symposium on Sustainable Systems and Technology (ISIE/ISSST) conference in Chicago (25-29 June).

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