Indian Life Cycle Assessment & Management Conference 2013

Indian Life Cycle Assessment & Management Conference 2013

 

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    INR 5400
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About The Event

Indian Life Cycle Assessment & Conference 2013

Creating business value through sustainablity strategies

 

 

The life cycle approach holds great potential for environmental and broader sustainability, work. Through its systemic cradle-to-grave approach it reduces risks of sub-optimization and problem-shifting from one part of the life cycle to another or from one type of impact to another. It brings new insights about how action in one stage of the product life cycle may lead to upstream or downstream effects far away from the point of action, perhaps in vastly distant geographical locations as well. In this respect it is an empowering concept that brings new opportunities for influence, beyond organizational or national borders.

 

Worldwide Life Cycle Assessment and Management (LCA/M) is playing an increasingly important role in guiding and shaping business operations, management practices and strategic decision making. Deriving inspiration from Rio+20 Sustainable Development dialogues and suggestions of the ILCM 2012 delegates, ILCM 2013 aims to showcase practical examples implemented across various sectors. In line with this objective, ILCM 2013 invites policy makers, business managers and social scientists to bring in different perspectives and create a richer understanding of the subject.


ILCM 2013 will demonstrate a balance of theoretical discussions, pragmatic case studies and technical workshops. Colleagues across the world will debate on LCA/LCM; deliver lead sessions, workshops and present best practices. ILCM 2013 is the only forum in India that focuses exclusively on Life Cyclerelated work of academicians, industry and policy makers.  


Key speakers:


1.  Sh. Shashi Shekhar, Additional Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India(* TBC)

2.  Dr. Rashid Hasan, Advisor, Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India
3.  Dr. Sonia Valdivia, Programme Officer, UNEP
4.  Clare Broadbent, Manager-LCA, World Steel Association
5.  Guido Sonnemann, PMO Co-chair, UNEP/SETAC Life Cycle Initiative
6.  Dr. Nydia Suppen, Chair WG8/SC5/ISO TC 207


Conference Program will be articulated around 3 themes on Life Cycle Approaches

  1.  Local Vs Global perspectives.

  2.  Business opportunities and challenges  

  3.  An institutional framework for Social LCA in India



Pre-conference technical workshops will be held on:

  1. Water Footprinting 

  2. Application of  LCA software 


 

ILCM 2013:

  1. Combines business seminar with a scientific symposium

  2. Equally relevant to large enterprises and SMEs, policy makers and practitioners, academicians and researchers, national and international experts

  3.  Provides a respected forum to put forth your views on topics that affect your business

  4. Provides face-to-face opportunities to influence and engage with other decision makers



Benefits of Attending ILCM 2013

  1. Network with the best national and international experts on LCA

  2. Free access to workshops to LCA Softwares (Umberto, UseTox Models)

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