Workshop: Developing Life Cycle Analysis
The University of Oslo is hosting a workshop on life cycle analysis on 23 April 2018. The event is by-invitation-only, based on this call for abstracts which invites contributions to a book project under the working title: Developing Life Cycle Analysis: Life Cycle Criteria tools and methodologies for public procurement in the EU.
Illustration: NIST - National Institute of Standards and Technology
Those tentatively selected to contribute will be invited to the workshop in Oslo to present and discuss their chapters. Subject to peer-review, contributions will be included in an edited volume published by a high-level international publisher, edited by Ass. Prof. Marta Andrecka University of Copenhagen, Prof. Roberto Caranta, Turin University, and Senior Advisor Anja Wiesbrock, The Research Council of Norway, and member of the Research Group Companies, Markets and Sustainability.
09:00 Registration / Coffee & tea
09:30 Welcome by Marta Andrecka
10:00 Introduction by Anja Wiesbrock
10:20 Raquel Carvalho
Sustainable development, public contracts and Life-Cycle Costing: does one tool meet the goal?
11:00 Steven Van Garsse
Life Cycle Analysis and Public-Private Partnerships
11:40 Jason J. Czarnezki
Life Cycle Costing, Eco-Labels, and Green Public Procurement: Promoting Environmental Interests in
the United States and European Union
13:00 Rodrigo Lozano, Sigrid Petterssen & Anette Jonsall
Quadruple helix collaboration for public procurement: fulfilling real needs in the procurement of lighting
13:40 Deirdre Halloran
Life Cycle Costing within sustainable procurement practices in the EU’s Social Housing Sector
14:20 Dacian Dragos & Raluca Suciu
Developing LCC criteria for ICT products in Romania
15:00 Short break
15:20 Malgorzata Koszewska
The role of Ecolabels in Creation Cycle Criteria Tools for Public Procurement. The Case of Textile and Clothing Products
16:00 CPB comments (Difi or Swedish CPB)
17:20 Closing Remarks by Marta Andrecka, Roberto Caranta, Anja Wiesbrock
Participation at the workshop is by-invitation-only, based on this Call for Papers.