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LCANZ AGM 2021

Thursday 9, September 2021

The Life Cycle Association of New Zealand was pleased to host its annual general meeting on Wednesday 25 August 2021. […]

Recording now available: LCANZ-MBIE Methodology Workshop Recording

Thursday 26, August 2021

We are pleased to share a recording of our recent workshop with MBIE’s Katie Symons, giving our members a chance […]

A conversation about life cycle thinking with Emily Townsend

Monday 2, August 2021

Emily Townsend’s journey to where she is today spans multiple continents: from Kenya where she grew up, to the UK […]

Gypsum Association releases revised EPD for glass mat panels 

Sunday 20, June 2021

The Gypsum Association (GA) has released a revised and updated environmental product declaration (EPD) for glass mat gypsum panels. Following […]

New Report Shows 40%+ reduction in aluminum can production carbon intensity since 1990s 

Sunday 20, June 2021

A new comprehensive Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) by sustainability consultancy Sphera shows that the carbon footprint of aluminum cans made in North America has […]

Corn ethanol reduces carbon footprint, greenhouse gases 

Sunday 20, June 2021

A study conducted by researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory reveals that the use of […]

Organic Valley announces low carbon footprint dairy on path to carbon neutrality 

Sunday 20, June 2021

Phase one of Organic Valley’s dairy life cycle assessment (LCA) evaluated on-farm greenhouse gas emissions from dairy farms in a […]

Brave Robot ice cream to feature carbon footprint on pack in planet-positive push 

Sunday 20, June 2021

Brave Robot Ice Cream, owned by The Urgent Company, is set to become the first dairy ice cream in US […]

Bombardier lays out plans to build on Global 7500 EPD 

Sunday 20, June 2021

Bombardier, which last year paved new ground when its Global 7500 became the first business jet to achieve an Environmental Product […]

Finnish firm Metsa’s Kurra fibre gives positive sustainability results 

Sunday 20, June 2021

Finnish industry group Metsa’s Kurra textile fibre has been positively assessed by the Spanish private research organisation, Cartif, focusing on the environmental and social performance. Kuura is […]

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